3rd nano-MRI research conference
Exploring the Frontiers of Magnetic Resonance Imaging

12-16 July 2010, Domaine du Tremblay
78490 Le Tremblay sur Mauldre, France


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Registration for 3rd nano-MRI is open (deadline : March, 31st 2010)

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
After the first two editions organized by the Kavli conferences at Cornell, the 2010 nano-MRI International conference will be held near Paris, France from July 12 to July 16. The goals are to identify the experimental and theoretical breakthroughs that are required to enable magnetic resonance imaging at the nanometer scale as well as the scientific opportunuities open by these near field techniques.

FORMAT:
The format is a four days session in a remote location near Paris with invited talks and posters. Because of space limitation, a selection of the attendees will be performed by the scientif committee, with the aim of bringing the broadest spectrum of scientists together to discuss their current research and build networks with their peers. Ample time for questions and discussions will be reserved to promote the exchange of ideas. The conference will be preceded by a one-day tutorial on MRI microscopy that will be held at the ENS Cachan.

ORGANIZATION:
The conference is co-organized by the Service de Physique de l'Etat Condensé (CEA, Saclay) and the Laboratoire de Photonique Quantique et Moléculaire (ENS, Cachan).

The meeting will take place between Monday July 12th to Friday July, 16th at the Domaine du Tremblay 78490 Le Tremblay sur Mauldre, France.



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