COST Action TD1103 EuroHyperPol satellite meeting 28&29 June on Crete

The COST Action TD1103 EuroHyperPol (European Network for Hyperpolarisation Physics and Methodology in NMR and MRI) has its second open annual meeting scheduled as a satellite meeting to the EUROMAR 2013 conference in Hernessios, Crete. 

The satellite meeting will start on Friday 28th June and finish on Saturday 29th June with the closed management committee meeting on the morning of Sunday 30th June. The meeting will offer a broad overview of research activities related to spin hyperpolarisation physics and methodology and will provide plenty of opportunities for information exchange and discussions. 

Please visit for the preliminary list of speakers and the provisional program. 

The satellite meeting is limited to 175 participants. The registration fee is 85 ? and includes all plenary, poster and workgroup sessions, coffee breaks and the lunch and social evening on Saturday. 

Registration and booking of accommodation can be performed through the EUROMAR website. Please be aware that accommodation bookings can only be guaranteed if received by 1st April 2013. After this date all types of accommodation from the EUROMAR hotel-list will be on request and subject to availability only. 

There will be an opportunity to discuss the activities of this network in smaller working groups during the satellite meeting. You can find more details about the working groups on the network webpage:


Prof. Dr. Joerg Matysik

skype: joerg.matysik


Institut fuer Analytische Chemie 

Universitaet Leipzig 

Linnéstr.3 (visit) 

Johannisallee 29 (mail) 

D-04103 Leipzig 

Tel: +49-341-9736112 (direct) 

Tel: +49-341-9736100 (Secr.) 

Fax: +49-341-9736115 


Leiden Institute of Chemistry, University of Leiden 

PO Box 9502, 2300 RA Leiden (mail) 

Einsteinweg 55, 2333 AC Leiden (visit/courier) 

The Netherlands 

Tel: +31-71-5274198 

Fax: +31-71-5274603 



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