Registration open: CCPN Conference 10-12 July 2024

We are delighted that in-person and online registration for the 2024 CCPN conference at the University of Kent in Canterbury is now open at Conferences - CCPN - Collaborative Computing Project for NMR

Join us for a lovely opportunity to hear and learn about some interesting science and present a poster in a friendly environment. As usual there will be a countryside walk on the middle afternoon which is an excellent opportunity to meet and speak to other scientists in an informal environment.

The conference will be followed by a symposium to celebrate 25 years of Biomolecular NMR at the University of Kent. There will be more details to follow. You will be able to sign up to this event as part of your CCPN registration or independently.

Dates and Timings

Wednesday 10 - Friday 12 July 2024

CcpNmr Analysis V3 workshop on the morning of 10 July

Conference starts at 13:30 with lunch from 12:30 on 10 July

Conference finishes with lunch at 12:30 on 12 July

‘25 years of Biomolecular NMR at the University of Kent’ Symposium on the afternoon of 12 July

Early Bird Registration Deadline: Monday 3 June 2024

Final Registration Deadline: Monday 24 June 2024

Sessions & Confirmed Speakers


Teresa Carlomagno, University of Birmingham
Celestine Chi, Astra Zeneca Gothenburg
Giancarlo Abis, King’s College London
Hesna Kara, University of Leicester


Marie Phelan, University of Liverpool
Jonathan Swann, University of Southampton
Christian Ludwig, University of Birmingham
Fay Probert, University of Oxford

Ultra-high field NMR

John Kirkpatrick, University of Birmingham
Marco Schiavina, University of Florence
Vaibhav Shukla, University College London


We’ll be running an in-person CcpNmr Analysis V3 workshop on the morning of 10 July.

Connect NMR UK bursaries

Once again UK-based students and postdocs will be able to apply for Connect NMR UK bursaries to cover registration and travel costs.

More information and registration on our Conferences webpage.

Hope to see many of you in Kent!