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The International EPR (ESR) Society has been an internationally active group since its inception in 1989.
The Society aims to stimulate scientific development of electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), also known as
electron spin resonance (ESR) spectroscopy, facilitate communication among EPR (ESR) researchers, and encourage
the use of EPR (ESR) techniques across a wide variety of research fields. The Society maintains a large database
of members who are active in EPR (ESR) research. These members have access to a quarterly newsletter, too.
At their annual meetings the Society also presents awards for research in various areas.
Call for Nominations - 2015
Nominations are invited for:
IES Young Investigator Award
Fellowship of the Society
Nominations, accompanied by curriculum vitae, are due by 15 October 2014. For more information, see our Awards page.
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We thank our corporate sponsors for their participation in the Society. We could not exist
without your support.
Subsequent to the unfortunate passing away of late Professor Yamauchi, President of
IES, the Executive has appointed new Presidents in place for the remainder
of the current term 2012-14, as follows:
Professor H. Ohta: October 4, 2012 until June 30, 2013
Professor L. Berliner: July 1, 2013 until 31 March 2014
Professor K. Moebius: 1 April 2014 until 31 December 2014
The EPR Newsletter is available by visiting the Newsletter website. There the members of the
Society can download the most recent issue or peruse the older ones. (Each year, one issue is
free -- available public issue.)