[NMR] Please join us for PERM 2020 the first Parahydrogen Enhanced Resonance Meeting


(Virtual) Parahydrogen Enhanced Resonance Meeting 2020

1st annual PERM, Monday, July 27th- Wednesday, July 29th on Zoom


We would like to invite you to submit an abstract to the first annual Parahydrogen Enhanced Resonance Meeting, PERM 2020. The first instance of this (PERManent) meeting will be online with the benefit of zero registration cost. Not only are we making hyperpolarization affordable, but also the scientific conferences that go along with it! The meeting will feature invited educational talks, promoted research talks, plus brief “power pitches” that may provide previews to virtual poster sessions organized in parallel zoom meetings. (Food and Drinks will have to be provided privately.) All recorded materials will be made publicly available on a PERM YouTube channel within 2 weeks after the conference. Students (and those new to parahydrogen-enhanced NMR/MRI) are especially encouraged to participate!

Please submit an abstract (pdf format) with a maximum of 300 words in 12pt font along with 1 Figure (plus title and author list) to the PERM Organization Committee by Monday, June 1st 2020 – detailed abstract instructions will be posted on the conference web-site soon. Please indicate whether you are willing to have your lecture/power pitch recorded. If yes, your recorded lecture will be featured on the conference’s YouTube channel (PERManently).

Important dates:

Abstract Deadline: Monday, June 1st

Invitations for Presentations: Monday, June 22nd

Acceptance Deadline: Wednesday, July 1st

Registration Closes: Monday, July 20th

Conference Dates Monday, July 27th-Weds July 29th 

Notice that exact presentation times will take into account presenters time zones. Relax, we will not make you give a talk in your nighttime! It’s a jet-lag free conference. Welcome to the future! Submit your abstracts at http://perm-conference.org/. Finally, we encourage you to forward this message to any other scientists and students who may be interested.

Sincerely, your PERM Organization Committee.

Thomas Theis (North Carolina State University)

Patrick TomHon (North Carolina State University)

Sören Lehmkuhl, (North Carolina State University)

Premila Jayaratne (North Carolina State University)

Eduard Chekmenev (Wayne State University, USA & Russian Academy of Science)

Boyd Goodson (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)

Matthew Rosen (Massachusetts General Hospital)


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