Registration is now open. The button below will redirect you to the GDCh website, which is responsible for registration and processing registration fee payments on behalf of EUROISMAR 2019. Please return to our website for abstract submission.
Mid February 2019: registration and abstract submission opens.
30 April 2019: early bird registration (with payment) closes
13 May 2019: abstract submission for consideration of an oral presentation closes
24 May 2019: student stipend application closes
1 July 2019: abstract submission for poster presentation closes
1 July 2019: deadline for oral and poster presenters to register and make payment, in order to confirm attendance of the conference.
Those who have an abstract selected for an oral presentation must confirm their attendance by email, register, and make payment by 1 July 2019, otherwise we reserve the right to select alternative speakers.
Those who would like to present a poster must register and make payment by 1 July 2019, otherwise they will be excluded from the list of posters as well as the abstract book.
Please note that participants who register after 1 July 2019 may not be guaranteed to be included in the printed list of attendees and contact details in the abstract book.
8 July 2019: regular registration closes
24 July 2019: late registration closes
Students, who have not yet defended their PhD thesis by the start of EUROISMAR 2019, are eligible for the Students rate.
Accompanying persons (adults) can register at €125, which enables them to partake in the catering provided.
We reserve the right to increase registration fees for regular and late/on-site registrations.
The billing and payment of registration fees and other fees for EUROISMAR 2019 is carried out by the GDCh (German Chemical Society). You will be directed to their website for registration and payment. Payment can be made by credit card (Amex, MasterCard, VISA) or by bank transfer to the GDCh bank account.
Abstract submission will be opened on this website at the same time as the opening of registration. All areas of research pertaining to magnetic resonance, from theoretical studies to specific applications, are welcome.
The abstract will be judged by the scientific committee. The content, language, and novelty of the abstract will all be considered. The abstract must not be longer than 300 words. Please do not include any graphics or figures.
Creating an account on our system (known as "Indico") is necessary for submitting an abstract.
Please see our privacy statement regarding your data protection rights in using the abstract submission system.
The conference dinner will take place on Thursday, 29 August 2019 at Clärchens Ballhaus, Auguststraße 24, 10117 Berlin.
Clärchens Ballhaus is a classic Berlin location in the city centre. Comprised of a Ballroom, a Hall of Mirrors, and a Winter Garden that have survived two World Wars as well as the division of the city, it epitomizes the city where all walks of life can come together.
The buffet menu will comprise of Italian and German local favourites. A welcoming drink as well as a drink with your meal is included. A DJ will ensure a relaxed atmosphere for catching up with old friends and meeting fellow NMR-enthusiasts.
Places are limited -- don't forget to book yours during registration!