Phishing warning 01-May-2024
We are aware of phishing emails targeting speakers of events whose names appear on our events pages. If you are unsure if an email regarding event registration or accommodation has come from us please contact us and do not provide any credit card details or personal information

Spin Hyperpolarisation Meeting

27 April 2023 10:00 - 28 April 2023 16:00, Nottingham, United Kingdom

The 2-day Symposium on Spin Hyperpolarisation serves as the Royal Society of Chemistry NMR Discussion Group Spring 2023 meeting and also the first user meeting of the UK DNP MAS NMR Facility. The programme comprises theory,  method development and applications of spin hyperpolarisation and aims to provide an overview of current exciting  new developments in this field. Sessions will focus on spin hyperpolarisation applications to solid and liquid state NMR, the use of NV centres of diamonds to create hyperpolarised samples and also medical imaging applications using spin hyperpolarisation. Details of the programme will be published on the symposium webpage

Talks will be given by 16 Invited Speakers and additional speakers selected from submitted abstracts. Selected speakers will be reimbursed part of the registration fee.

ConnectNMRUK will be offering a number of studentships to attend this meeting.

The venue is the School of Physics and Astronomy in the University Park of the University of Nottingham. Accommodation will be provided in one of the students halls on Campus in walking distance to the Physics building. Early registration is advised.

  • Ashok Ajoy UC Berkeley, United States
  • Alexander Barnes ETH Zürich, Switzerland
  • Danila Barskiy JGU Mainz, Germany
  • Gaël de Paëpe CEA Grenoble, France
  • James Eills IBEC Barcelona, Spain
  • Stefan Glöggler Max Planck Institute, Germany
  • Clare Grey University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • Meghan Halse University of York, United Kingdom
  • Anne Lesage CNRS/CRMN Lyon, France
  • Michal Leskes Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
  • Malcolm Levitt University of Southampton, United Kingdom
  • Giulia Mollica CNRS/ICR Marseille, France
  • Ilai Schwatz Nvision-Imaging, Germany
  • Graham Smith University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
  • Nikita Sushentev University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • Jim Wild University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

Sponsorship & supporting organisations
University of Nottingham

University of Nottingham, School of Physics and Astronomy, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD, United Kingdom

Contact information
Showing all upcoming events
Start Date
End Date
Subject area
Event type


E-mail Enquiry