Edition 2022

The 12th Conference on Fast Field Cycling NMR relaxometry was held in the historic city of Cambridge, UK. Since the first meeting, which was held in Berlin in 1998, the Fast Field Cycling NMR Relaxometry community has been growning in

Edition 2019

The 11th Conference on Fast Field Cycling NMR Relaxometry was organized by the University of Pisa and ICCOM-CNR. The Conference took place in the beautiful historical city of Pisa, from Wednesday 5th June to Friday 7th June 2019. Since the

Edition 2015

The First symposium on Field Cycling NMR Relaxometry was held in Berlin in 1998; subsequently the editions from 2001 to 2013 took place in Turin every two years, while the ninth was held at the University of Aberdeen, in North-East

Edition 2013

As in the past editions, the meeting provided a most opportune setting for discussion by scientists from a broad range of disciplinary and geographic origins. Chemists, physicists and engineers exchanged ideas, while incubating the seeds for the future development of

Edition 2011

The 7th workshop attempted to strengthen and broaden the objectives of past editions, specifically gathering people with active interests in nuclear and electron spin relaxation, fast magnetic field switching experiments, low field magnetic resonance, nuclear quadrupole resonance, and magnetic imaging.

Edition 2009

Following the success of the previous meetings, the 6th symposium wanted to congregate again the fast growing and enthusiastic community of FC users & developers. This year was particularly special in keeping with these objectives and it also followed another

Edition 2007

This Conference edition, held again in Turin, aimed at gathering people with active interests in nuclear and electron spin relaxation, fast magnetic field switching experiments, low field magnetic resonance, nuclear electric quadrupole resonance, and magnetic imaging. The purpose The discussion

Edition 2005

This symposium on Field Cycling NMR Relaxometry, following the big success of the previous meetings, the 4tht symposium wanted to congregate again the fast growing and enthusiastic community of FC users & developers. The purpose of this 4th workshop was:

Edition 2003

The third symposium held in Turin congregated again the growing and enthusiastic community of FFC users & developers, joined together for the discussion of new issues and insights. The symposium consisted of lectures and poster presentations on the following topics:

Edition 2001

This meeting was a continuation of the first symposium with an aim of strengthening the interaction between the FC users, making possible the exchange of new ideas or techniques and if possible, forming an electronic discussion forum (FCNMR information server)