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18th ISMAR Meeting 2013

     
In the name of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance (ISMAR), the Brazilian NMR Users Association (AUREMN) and the Organizing Committee, I am happy to invite you for participating at the ISMAR 2013, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from May 19th to 24th.

The ISMAR Meeting is one of the most important events of the world because it covers all the topics and applications of magnetic resonance in all areas of science. Accordingly, this meeting will be conducted with ten plenary lectures and four parallel sessions of different topics, with the participation of world wide scientists, technicians and students, as well as the exposition of several important companies dedicated to magnetic resonance in science, applications and commerce. I also invite you to participate in the two satellite meetings; the Vth Iberoamerican NMR Meeting and the Biomedical Imaging Symposium.

Magnetic resonance is a fundamental scientific method and research area, with great impact in physics, chemistry, biochemistry, biology, biophysics, geology, material sciences and medicine. Until now, ten scientists working on the development of magnetic resonance were awarded with Nobel prizes, indicating the strength and importance of this research area. At this meeting, it will be presented several of the most innovative and important contributions in magnetic resonance, leading to a strong motivation of development on science and technology.

Rio de Janeiro is a beautiful city, with several attracting locations and activities for tourists. This meeting will be at the Royal Tulip Hotel, located 14 km away from Copacabana, in front of Pepino beach, at São Conrado. The meeting organization will provide shuttle buses for all ISMAR attendants from Leme, Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon to the conference site. In this event there will also be several social activities, such as the welcome cocktail, and the Brazilian Night, a special confraternization party that includes dinner, Brazilian music and dance.

I expect your participation and scientific contribution, where I am sure that you will find a beautiful and friendly environment to gather and exchange scientific information.

Please do not hesitate to ask for help or information on any details of the event and other related activities. It will be a pleasure to meet you here and share this event with you.

 

José Daniel Figueroa-Villar
Chairman

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