Conference

Save the date. Our next meeting will be 8th - 12th April 2018, Queen Mary University of London.

Committee

The current Chairman is Prof Eric McInnes, University of Manchester.

Click here to see the list of all committee members.

Newsletter

The December 2016 newsletter is now available here.

For previous newsletters please visit the archive.

Links

Related RSC interest groups:
Molecular spectroscopy group
NMR discussion group

ESR Spectroscopy Group

Conference Photo 2017

Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry

epr_spectrometerThe ESR Group was founded in 1968 as a forum within the Chemical Society for scientists to share, disseminate and promote knowledge about electron spin resonance. In 1980 the Chemical Society and the Royal Institute of Chemistry, together with the Faraday Society and the Society for Analytical Chemistry were amalgamated to become the Royal Society of Chemistry, so that we became a special interest group of the RSC. We are also affiliated to the European Federation of EPR Groups.

The main aim of the RSC ESR Group is to promote innovation, share and advance knowledge, and to encourage applications of electron spin resonance in chemistry, as well as in physical and biological sciences and their applications. These aims are achieved with the aid of an annual international meeting, often followed by publication of proceedings in peer-reviewed international journals. At the meetings, the Group awards industry-sponsored prizes to highlight excellence in electron spin resonance research (the Bruker Prize and Lecture) and to encourage promising young scientists at the start of their career (the JEOL Prize and JEOL Student Lecture and Bruker Thesis Prize).