General Information

Speakers are asked to bring their presentation on an USB stick or email them to before their presentation. Please come to Conference Auditorium 2 in the break preceding your session to ensure it is correctly loaded and ready for you talk. All oral presenters are requested to present from the lectern PC. If you would rather present from your laptop, VGA and HDMI connections are available, but you are requested to bring the relevant adapter.

Posters should be A0 (portrait) or smaller in size. Please note, A0 landscape posters will not fit on the poster boards. Posters will be presented in the Edge and will be accessible during all coffee breaks and lunches to promote scientific interactions. Posters can be hung on arrival and remain in place for the duration of the conference. Please check your poster number on the programme upon arrival/registration and hang your poster on the corresponding board, Velcro will be provided. Poster presenters are expected to be available during their poster session to discuss their work.

An additional Satellite Symposium will take place on Monday 27th March, (11.30am – 1pm) to honour Peter Heathcote’s lifetime contributions in using Bio-EPR approaches to study photosynthetic and respiratory chain proteins. This event will take place in the Conference Auditorium 2 during the RSC ESR registration on Monday morning, and will be free for all delegates to attend.

Key Dates
The conference runs from lunchtime 27th March to the afternoon 30th March
Oral Abstract submission CLOSED.
Poster Abstracts CLOSED
Notification of oral abstract acceptance – concluded.
Registration CLOSED

Abstract Submission Information

Abstract submission (below) has deadlines of
[1] Oral Abstracts CLOSED.
[2] Poster Abstracts CLOSED.


All abstracts should be submitted using the abstract submission template. Abstracts should be no longer than one page. Abstracts longer than a page will not be accepted for presentation.
Abstracts submitted for oral presentation may also be presented as posters at conference. If you select an oral presentation as your preferred presentation format, you will be asked if you also wish to present your abstract as a poster.
All posters will be considered for the poster prize.

JEOL Student Award

As part of the abstract submission process authors can choose if they wish for their presentation to be included in the JEOL sponsored session.

Please note, to be considered you must meet the following criteria:
• You are a doctoral student (typically in year 2 or beyond) Or
• You are a first year post-doctoral scientist and
• You have not previously been selected to present in the JEOL sponsored session

Abstract submission template (right-click, Save link as…, opt to Keep download if untrusted)


There are currently no coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions in the UK although if you have COVID-19 you should try to stay at home. Please feel free to wear a mask if it makes you feel more comfortable. Disposable masks will be available on request.