The Specialized group of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (GERMN) of the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry (RSEQ) will be holding the 11th NMR biennial meetingin-person in Almería, Spain from 13 to 15 October 2022 at the campus of the University of Almería.

The GERMN Biennial Meetings started in 2002 in Calella de Mar (Barcelona) as a forum to exchange innovative ideas, advance knowledge and discuss research challenges and key issues in the field of NMR spectroscopy, boosting effective collaborations and promoting the establishment of networks among the Spanish and international NMR community. In this edition, particular attention will be given to advances and recent developments on biomacromolecules, solid-state NMR, metabolomics, small molecules and methodological aspects. The scientific program will include a number of invited conferences given by internationally renowned researchers, scientific oral and flash communications, poster sessions and a satellite workshop to the conference in the afternoon of Saturday October 15th. The participation of young researchers is a distinguishing feature of GERMN Meetings. To encourage the involvement of PhD and postdoc students in the Conference, prizes will be awarded to the best five oral, flash and poster presentations of a value each of 500 €, 300 € and 100 €, respectively, together with the availability of a number of bursaries to support cost associated with their participation in the Meeting. The recovered face-to-face environment will facilitate the interaction among delegates. To this end, social activities including a welcome reception, sponsored luncheons and the conference dinner have been planned. All necessary precautions will be taken to ensure the health and safety issues for the duration of the conference.

Almería is Andalusia’s most eastern capital. Known to the Moors as Al-Marīyah (Mirror of the Sea), salient city attractions include the Alcazaba, Cathedral, Wells of Jayrán, Air-Raid Shelters, various museums and art galleries or simply stroll along the seafront promenade. The rich gastronomy of Almería provides a spectacular variety of food and dishes that can be tasted at an abundance of restaurants, cafes or bars where the most varied tapas are served accompanying every drink. The mild and sunny climate is ideal to enjoy year-round swimming in the long and peaceful excellent beaches of crystal-clear waters of the city and its surroundings.

We are looking forward to welcoming you on GERMN-2022!

Organizing Committee.

Bruker-GERMN Award for excellence in magnetic resonance

Prizes will be awarded to the best five oral, flash and poster presentations of a values each of 500€, 300€ and 100€, repectively


April 1, 2022
Registration Opens
Abstract Submission Opens
September 11, 2022
Submission Deadline
September 18, 2022
Early Registration Ends
Registration remains open through the meeting.

University of Almería
Specialized Group of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (GERMN) and Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry (RSEQ)