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Saint Petersburg State University continues the Annual International Symposium and Summer School “Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Condensed Matter” (NMRCM). The eleventh meeting under the subtitle “Biomolecular NMR and related phenomena” will be opened on Monday, July 7, 2014 and will be closed on Friday, July 11, 2014.

The goal of the meeting is to provide a platform to scientists and students for the use of all aspects of nuclear magnetic resonance methods and techniques as well as computational and theoretical approaches for the solving of various problems in the aria of medicine and biology. The Organizing Committee kindly invites you and your colleagues to Saint Petersburg to participate in the International Symposium and Summer School NMRCM 2014.

Scientists and students from all countries are invited to make plenary lectures, oral reports and poster presentations.

Organizing Committee founds two prizes for the best oral and the best poster poster reports, made by a student, post-graduated student or young scientist without Ph.D. under 30.

The official language of the Symposium and School is English.


NMRCM 2014 will take place at the Peterhof Campus of Saint Petersburg State University. Peterhof is a charming town, former summer residence of Russian Tsars, a place famous for its parks, palaces and fountains. Peterhof is located at the South Coast of the Gulf of Finland at a distance of 30 km from the center of Saint Petersburg.

Saint Petersburg is the cultural capital of Russia, world-famous for its architecture, monuments, museums, and art galleries as well as for its theatres and concert halls.

Main Topics

The 11th meeting NMRCM 2014 will cover all aspects of nuclear magnetic resonance in life sciences. Some of the important topics are:

  • NMR in biology and medicine
  • MR imaging
  • Ecology and environmental research
  • Food science, cosmetics, etc.
  • Micellar systems and lyotropic liquid crystals
  • Computer simulations and model systems
  • Metal-organic systems
  • Novel NMR techniques


On-line registration form available at
Please note that all accompanying persons should be registered as separate participants.

Number of participants is limited to 150 persons.

Abstract and Paper Submisson

Please find abstract template and rules you may find on a special page.

Symposium Proceedings

The NMRCM 2014 Symposium Proceedings will be published in a special issue of the journal Applied Magnetic Resonance with the normal reviewing process. Deadline for manuscript submission: July 10, 2014.

Letter of acceptance and Visa support

Letter of acceptance will be sent to participants before June 02, 2014. This letter will not be enough to obtain visa to Russian Federation!
The List of accepted reports will be available on the Symposium web-site after June 6, 2014.

Detailed information about Visa support.

Registration fee

Important information for participants from Russia and CIS.

See Fee section for more information.

  • Active participants — 350 €
  • Students — 150 €
  • Members of the Groupement AMPERE have a discount of 25 €
  • Accompanying persons — 200 €

The fee includes organization costs, NMRCM 2014 materials, visa support and registration, welcome-party, and coffee breaks.

International Advisory Board

A. S. Arseniev (Moscow, Russia)
V. Balevicius (Vilnius, Lithuania)
V. I. Chizhik (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
J. Fraissard (Paris, France)
H. Haranczyk (Kraków, Poland)
S. Jurga (Poznań, Poland)
M. V. Kovalchuk (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
O. B. Lapina (Novosibirsk, Russia)
D. Michel (Leipzig, Germany)
V. I. Minkin (Rostov-on-Don, Russia)
K. V. Ramanathan (Bangalore, India)
R. Z. Sagdeev (Novosibirsk, Russia)
K. M. Salikhov (Kazan, Russia)
A. V. Skripov (Ekaterinburg, Russia)
N. R. Skrynnikov (Purdue, USA)
M. S. Tagirov (Kazan, Russia)

Sponsors and Grants

Science Center

St. Petersburg State University Bruker Rus RFBI
Saint Petersburg State University Bruker Rus Russian Foundation
for basic research

Organizing Committee

V. I. Chizhik
M. V. Kovalchuk
R. Z. Sagdeev

A. V. Donets
M. G. Shelyapina

Yu. S. Chernyshev
A. V. Egorov
V. V. Frolov
A. V. Komolkin
V. V. Matveev
S. O. Rabdano
S. M. Sukharzhevskii
P. M. Tolstoy


Sevastyan O. Rabdano (ref.: NMRCM 2014)
Lab: Quantum Magnetic Phenomena
St. Petersburg State University
Ulyanovskaya str., 1
Petrodvorets, 198504, Saint Petersburg,

Phone: +7-(812)-428-4362
Fax: +7-(812)-428-7240