49th Southeast Megnetic Resonance Conference Oct 22-24, 2021

OVERVIEW:

The 49th Southeast Magnetic Resonance Conference (SEMRC) will occur between Oct. 22 and 24, 2021. Due to safety consideration, the event has been converted to a virtual format in response to the development of the pandemic. No registration fee will be charged.

The SEMRC is held every year and rotates among locations in the southeastern region. The conference has a long history of bringing together leading scientists to discuss NMR, EPR, and MRI. The conference's focus is the exchange of ideas and recent magnetic resonance research highlights, including new applications and technique development. Traditionally, the SEMRC encourages the participation of young scientists (students and postdocs).

REGISTRATION:

Important dates:

  • Online registration begins: Aug. 23, 2021
  • Last date of submission to be considered as a talk: Sept 29, 2021
  • Online registration closes: Oct. 8, 2021
  • Last date to withdraw your registration: Oct. 8, 2021

REGISTRATION AND ABSTRACT SUBMISSION:

To register and submit your abstract for a poster or talk, download the abstract submission form (click for the link) and submit to semrc@lsu.edu..

STUDENT AND POSTDOC AWARDS:

Multiple best poster awards and a best talk award will be provided for graduate student and postdcoc presenters.

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

(updated on Sept 6, 2021)

Mei Hong, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Rob Tycko, National Institutes of Health
Song-i Han, University of California, Santa Barbara
Charles Sanders, Vanderbilt University
Robert Schurko, NHMFL and Florida State University
Stephen Hill, NHMFL and Florida State University
Kendra Frederick, UT Southwestern
Matt Eddy, University of Florida
Michael Latham, Texas Tech University
Nick Fitzkee, Mississippi State University
Leah Casabianca, Clemson University
Will J. Placzek, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Woonghee Lee, University of Colorado Denver
Fred Mentink-Vigier, NHMFL
Zhehong Gan, NHMFL
Alexander Nevzorov, North Carolina State University
Samuel C. Grant, NHMFL and Florida State University
Yanyan Hu, Florida State University
David Vingard, Lousiana State University
Alex Smirnov, North Carolina State University