Since its inauguration in 1988, AUREMN has been working continuously for the dissemination of NMR and its scientific and technological advancement in Brazil. During this period, the number of superconducting spectrometers in Brazil increased from 1 to 160, approximately. The number of NMR experts has been growing steadily, driven initially by the AUREMN courses, which are offered annually since 1988. Due to these advances catalyzed by AUREMN, Brazil now occupies a prominent role in NMR worldwide, being one of the most developed countries in NMR in Central and South America.

The 19th NMR Users Meeting will be held at the Riale Brisa Barra Hotel,  beachy of Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 25 to 29 September 2023.

The meeting brings together senior and junior scientists, post-docs as well as graduate and undergraduate students, from academia and industry, creating a unique integrative atmosphere for networking. We expect an attendance of about 200 participants from chemists, physicists, biophysicists, biochemists, biologists, pharmacists, geologists, researchers, and industry experts. We also expect the participation of companies that supply spectrometers, accessories and reagents necessary for NMR.

The scientific program has significant international participation and covers a broad range of state-of-the-art interdisciplinary research in various areas of NMR spectroscopy, such as organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, theoretical chemistry, analytical chemistry, environmental chemistry, biochemistry, physics, material science, geology, physiology, and medicine. At the meeting, new advances in theoretical and experimental aspects of different NMR applications will be presented, including the study of natural products, pharmaceuticals, food, biomolecules, polymers, catalysts, oil, and biofuels. In addition, the conference covers various topics in other Magnetic Resonance techniques, such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Multinuclear Magnetic Resonance, Electronic Paramagnetic Resonance, Double Resonance Electron Nucleus, Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance, and Mössbauer spectroscopy.

We are certain that the diffusion, research, understanding, and use of Magnetic Resonance techniques are essential for the technological development of our country. This is undoubtedly the largest NMR event in Latin America and a great opportunity for the exchange of ideas and technologies, fostering new partnerships among participants.

We are looking forward to greeting you in Rio!

Yours sincerely,


  • Anderson de Sá Pinheiro (UFRJ), President
  • Luzineide Wanderley Tinoco (UFRJ), Vice-President
  • Marcos Batista Machado (UFAM), Secretary
  • Valdemar Lacerda Jr (UFES), Treasurer

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