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.
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.
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).