Dear colleagues and friends,


Here is a brief report on the part meeting.

The teaching program has included 15 lectures (6 introductory lectures + 9 lectures on various subjects) followed by discussions, a tutorial, self-presentation of the students and 6 virtual poster sessions. All sessions have been held online. The School has thus served the goal of keeping active international scientific events in the field of magnetic resonance.

There have been 81 students from 16 countries; 42 students have presented their work during the virtual poster sessions. 6 poster prizes have been given by the organizers to the following students:

Natalya Sannikova (Novosibirsk, Russia), Agnes Thorarinsdottir (Cambridge, USA), Taichi Sato (Saitama, Japan), Arnau Bertran (Oxford, UK), Fabio Santanni (Florence) and Giuseppina Magri (Cardiff, UK)

A special prize of the organizing committee has been given to Georges Menzildjian (Lyon, France) for his scientific contribution and active work during the School.

We cordially acknowledge all teachers for excellent lectures and thank the students for their interest, nice scientific contributions and active participation in discussions. The organizers are grateful to AMPERE Society for constant support and also to the sponsors of the meeting: Humboldt Foundation, ISMAR and Wiley.

We hope to organize a traditional School with physical presence in Roshchino next year.

Sincerely yours,

Dmitri Stass, Leonid Kulik and Konstantin Ivanov.


Report on this meeting can also be found in the AMPERE bulletin, No. 279-280 (2020), see pp. 8-9.

Contact Us


    • homeVI International School for Young Scientists 2020
    • phone+7-383-333-3152
    • mapRoshchino,St. Petersburg, Russia