Welcome to EUROMAR 2015

After thirteen years, the largest European congress on magnetic resonance returns to Prague, city of a hundred spires, a UNESCO monument, and one of the most beautiful European capitals.  In 2002, Prague hosted the 16th European Experimental NMR Conference - EENC. This year, EUROMAR 2015, a joint congress established in 2004 as a unified forum of its predecessors (EENC, Congress Ampere, and International Meetings of the British NMR Discussion Group), is back to the Prague Congress Centre, a place with stunning panorama view of Prague Castle. The Congress Centre is close to the Prague downtown and Old Town Square, the heart of its historic core, with colorful baroque buildings, gothic churches, and scenic bridges crossing the Vltava River. Prague as a cosmopolitan city is used to welcoming foreigners. Please, experience.

EUROMAR 2015, gathering leading scientists from all around the world, is offering a unique opportunity to report and witness the latest scientific breakthroughs in magnetic resonance in broad range of scientific fields, stretching from physics and chemistry to biology and medicine. The conference will present new methods and instrumentation developments in established areas, as well as novel technologies and applications in emerging fields. The congress is prepared to provide a stimulating forum for sharing experience, exchanging ideas, and establishing fruitful collaborations.

On behalf of the local organizing and programme committees and the EUROMAR board, I am delighted to cordially welcome you to EUROMAR 2015 in Prague. We will be very happy if you help us to make this congress a memorable scientific and personal event.


Vladimír Sklenář
Chair EUROMAR 2015





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