Images and downloads from the 2006 conference are here

The UK Royal Society of Chemistry NMR Discussion Group, AMPERE Congress and the EENC have joined their International NMR conferences to form an annual Magnetic Resonance Meeting, called EUROMAR.  The programme includes all areas of Magnetic Resonance and is intended to appeal to the whole Magnetic Resonance Community including practitioners of ESR, Imaging and NMR.

EUROMAR York 2006

The 2006 conference will be held in York, situated in the United Kingdom, approximately 300 km north of London.  The walls of the old city are still complete and enclose an area containing York Minster, the Castle (Clifford’s Tower) and innumerable fine buildings from the medieval period and from the eighteenth century. York Minster is one of the great masterpieces of Gothic architecture. Attractive museums (The Castle Museum, Yorkshire Museum, Jorvik Centre, Fairfax House) allow the visitor to explore local history including outstanding archaeological finds in Roman, Anglian and Viking times.  The National Railway Museum is extremely popular and will be the venue for the conference dinner. York is within easy range of other sites of interest, including Castle Howard and Fountains Abbey.  The coast, the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales may be reached with in a 1 or 2 hour drive.


All the lectures and the poster sessions take place at the University of York on the main campus.  This is located in Heslington and forms a 200-acre landscaped park, well-known for its lake and wildfowl. The colleges and academic buildings are on a level site within walking distance of each other. Proximity to the historic city of York makes the University a popular choice and provides a pleasant working and residential environment.  See for more information about the venue.


For a list of deadline dates for applications and submissions please look at the deadlines page here.


Methodological developments Advanced Application Areas
  • New liquid state NMR experiments for biological application
  • New methods in solid state NMR
  • New ESR experiments
  • Developments in Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Materials research
  • Nanoscience research
  • Systems biology
  • Dynamic and transport phenomena
  • Screening and metabolomics
  • Analytical application of MR
Exploiting polarisation Computational aspects - Calculation of NMR/ESR parameters
  • Broad line NMR/ESR
  • Dynamic Nuclear Polarization
  • Sensitivity enhancement in Magnetic Resonance
  • Spin relaxation
  • Calculation of NMR/ESR parameters
  • From experimental data to information

Emerging technologies

  • Ultra-fast NMR
  • Quantum Computing
  • Molecular imaging

Magnetic Resonance Prizes

Ampère prize
Russell Varian Prize
E.R. Andrew award