Saint-Petersburg State University

18-th International School-Conference

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Spinus 2021

Magnetic resonance and its applications

Online in St. Petersburg, Russia

March 29 — April 2, 2021

News

Dec 7The registration for Spinus-2021 is open!

Dec 21 First announcement

Feb 12 The announcement of key reports

Mar 21 Schedule 2021 and Table

Mar 25 Proceedings Spinus-2021

Mar 30 You can start to get acquainted with the presented poster presentations on the conference website in the poster section

Important dates

Mar 1 Abstract submission deadline

Mar 7 Extended abstract submission deadline (strict deadline)

Mar 29 Organizing Committee strongly recommends uploading posters (only PDF)

Files

Book of Proceedings 2019

Book of Proceedings 2020

Schedule 2021

Table of Schedule 2021

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Abstract submission

DOC-formatted abstracts up to 3 pages (including tables and figures) according to the conference template should be uploaded to participant account until the March 7, 2021.

Please note that abstracts will be published only after fee payment.

All accepted abstracts will be placed in Russian Science Citation Index and be available on the www.elibrary.ru

Template.

Paper submission

Selected participant's papers will be published in a special issue of Applied Magnetic Resonance Journal with the standard reviewing process (indexed by Web of Science and Scopus). The journal site: http://www.springer.com...

Registration fee

The registration fee is 2 000 RUB (≈22 €) for active participants. For Russian citizens, the fee is 1 000 RUB due to Russian funds support.

Registration fee includes organizing costs, participation support, and conference materials.

About Spinus

Spinus Conference is the platform for young scientists to learn and discuss of actual magnetic resonance methods and techniques.

It is a good place to share any kind of research ideas and enrich knowledge in adjacent fields.

The number of participants is limited by 200 persons including 120 young participants (students and scientists under 35 years old).

Scope

Computational and theoretical approaches for solving of fundamental and applied problems in physics, chemistry, medicine and biology.

  • Modern trends in NMR, EPR and NQR
  • Magnetic resonance for fundamental science
  • Magnetic resonance imaging
  • Computer Modeling
  • Earth's field NMR
  • Magnetic resonance in industry
  • Related areas

Sponsors

Partners

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Scientific Adviser

Vladimir Chizhik, Honored Scientist of Russia, prof., SPbU

Program Committee

Balevicius V. Professor, Vilnius, Lithuania
C. Cabal Professor, Havana University, Cuba.
Chizhik V.I. Professor, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russia
Dvinskikh S.V. Professor, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
Fraissard J. Professor, University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France
Grunin L.Yu Associate Professor, CEO, Resonance Systems, Russia
Lahderanta E. Professor, Lappeentanta Technical University, Finland
Michel D. Professor, Leipzig University, Germany
Rameev B. Professor, Gebze Technical University, Turkey
Skrynnikov N.R. Professor, St. Petersburg University, Russia, Purdue University, USA
Tagirov M.S. Professor, Kazan Federal University, Russia
L.M. Varela Professor, University Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Vasiliev S. Professor, University of Turku, Finland

Organizing committee

Chairman: Prof. Denis Markelov, SPbU
Vice-chairman: M. Sc. Alexander Ievlev, researcher, SPbU
Committee members:

Dr. Andrey Egorov, associate professor, SPbU

Dr. Andrey Komolkin, associate professor, SPbU

Prof. Marina Shelyapina, SPbU

Dr. Pavel Kupriyanov, assistant, SPbU

Dr. Konstantin Tyutyukin, senior teacher, SPbU

M. Sci. Timofey Popov, SPbU

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