Abstract Deadline: 22nd March 2023 (extended from 15th March)

**Poster submission deadline has been extended to 17th May 2023**

**Please note that if you submit an abstract from 23rd March, it will only be considered as a poster**

Notification of acceptance for oral presentations only:  14th April 2023

Presenter registration deadline: 30th April 2023

Guidelines for the submission of abstracts

Authors wishing to present an oral presentation or poster are invited to submit an abstract of a maximum of 300 words (not including title and author names and affiliations).

  • The required format of the abstract is: Introduction – Aims – Methods – Results – Conclusions. If these headings are unsuitable for your submission, you are invited to amend these as necessary.
  • All submissions must be made in English.
  • Abstracts are not edited by the organisers and author corrections will not be accepted after the abstract deadline date. Abstracts should be checked carefully for accuracy prior to submission.
  • The body of the abstract may be a maximum of 300 words.
  • The abstract should be as informative as possible and should include an explanation as to why the paper meets the conference theme.
  • The biography of the presenting author is required.
  • Abstracts will be blind reviewed.

Flash talks (PhD students only)

  • Flash talks (1 min each) will be selected from PhD students with accepted poster abstracts, who indicate that they would also like to present a 1-minute Flash Talk.
  • If you would like to be considered for a Flash Talk you will be able to indicate this during the submission process.

Congress Theme and Topics

The 19th European Magnetic Resonance Congress takes as its broad theme “magnetic resonance in all its rich diversity”, showcasing the latest in magnetic resonance technology and innovation. It will embrace diversity and inclusion and will take care to ensure gender balance in all its activities. The Congress will especially promote early career stage engagement and support new and emerging talent across all sectors represented by the Congress theme. Being considerate of a green agenda, we encourage delegate and partner participation with this ethos in mind.

As well as the themes listed below, the congress will also cover Tutorial Session on Scientific Publishing, Tutorial Session on Artificial Intelligence in Magnetic Resonance and Foundations of Machine Learning


  1.  Benchtop / Low Field Magnetic Resonance
  2. BioNMR
  3. Theory and Computation
  4. EPR / ESR
  5. Hardware
  6. Hyperpolarization
  7. Materials
  8. Metabolomics
  9. MRI and In-Vivo
  10. Single Molecule/NV
  11. Small Molecule / Drug Discovery
  12. Solution NMR Methods
  13. Solid-State NMR Methods and Applications
  14. Paramagnetic NMR