Magnetic resonance

Who we are - What we do

The network for all subject areas of magnetic resonance

The GDCh Division of Magnetic Resonance (FGMR) has approx. 520 members and has been promoting scientific and technical progress in magnetic resonance since it was founded on September 12, 1978 in Ettal Abbey, represents the interests of the members and communicates the importance of the method for science, Research and Development.

The FGMR brings together everyone interested in magnetic resonance methodology from science, practice and theory, from universities, industry and research institutes. Due to the interdisciplinary character of the method, the extensive network extends over the subject areas of chemistry, physics, biology, life sciences, medicine, food chemistry and technology as well as polymer and materials science. The methodology includes


  • in their classic classification: EPR, MRI and NMR,
  • spectroscopy as well as relaxometry and time-domain magnetic resonance,
  • Experiments on gases, liquids and solids,
  • in the zero and earth magnetic field as well as in the highest and also pulsed fields,
  • measurements with spatial resolution/imaging and
  • experimental development of hyperpolarization.

Well-known fields of application include analytics, dynamic structural biology, pharmacy, medical diagnostics, metabolomics, materials research, battery development, catalysis, and process and quality control. The FGMR combines all these facets under one roof and is excellently networked with German and international scientific specialist organizations.

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Advantages for student Divisions members


44th FGMR Annual Discussion Meeting

Chair: M. Drescher

45th Conference Practical Problems in Nuclear Resonance Spectroscopy

Frankfurt am Main


GDCh Office
dr Carina S. Kniep
Phone: +49 69 7917 499

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