ANZMAG 2019 Program

The ANZMAG 2019 Conference will run from 25 - 28 November 2019 - Download The Program

The Conference will be preceded by the Bruker Users' Meeting and the ssNMR and MRI workshops.

On 29 November, there will be a guided tour of the Australian National Phenome Centre at Murdoch University."

Sunday 24 November 2019
Bruker Users' Meetings Part I (1.30 pm - 6 pm)- Bruker User Meeting Registration

 Monday 25 November 2019
Bruker Users' Meetings Part II (8.15am-12pm)
ssNMR Workshop (12.30pm-4.30pm)  - 
ssNMR Educational Workshop Flyer
MRI Workshop (1.30pm-4.30pm)
Conference Opening & Welcome to Country (starts at 4.50 pm)
Evening Session
Welcome Function & Poster Session 1

Tuesday 26 November 2019
AM Sessions

PM Sessions 
Magritek Lunch Workshop - See below for details 
Poster Session 2

Wednesday 27 November 2019
AM Sessions
Lunch Forums - Click here for details
Free Afternoon
Wine Tasting & Conference Dinner 6pm-10pm

 Thursday 28 November 2019
AM Sesssions
JEOL Lunch Seminar - See below for details

PM Sessions
Conference Closing (ends 3pm)


Friday 29 November 2019

Dr Sze How Bong will be conducting a tour of the new Australian National  Phenome Centre (ANPC)

at Murdoch University from 10 am to 12 pm.

Limited to 30 participants. Please tick box on ANZMAG 2019 registration form to register

Contact Ann ( for enquiries.


A first draft of the program will be released in early October. For further information on the conference inclusions, please contact Promaco Conventions via


 Social Functions

Welcome Function

The Welcome Function will be held from 7.00 pm-9.30 pm at Pullman Bunker Bay Resort and includes the first poster session

The combined Welcome Function and Poster Session provides the opportunity to catch up with colleagues, visit posters and talk to poster presenters. Drinks and canapes will be provided with registration available for delegates to collect their name badges for the Conference.


Conference Dinner

The Conference Dinner will take place at Pullman Bunker Bay Resort, providing delegates with the opportunity to capture one of the magnificent Western Australian sunsets over the ocean. The Dinner will run from 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm allowing delegates to enjoy a three course meal and beverages whilst networking with peers.

Lunch Workshops

Benchtop NMR systems have become popular analytical lab instruments in the last few years. With the recent launch of the Spinsolve ULTRA, magnetic field homogeneity has been improved to match a line's shape that is comparable to superconducting magnets, while the Spinsolve 80 MHz pushes the limits in chemical shift spreading and sensitivity for a benchtop system.

During the workshop an overview of applications that can be addressed with benchtop NMR systems in academic and industrial environments will be given. There will be time for Q&A.

Attend this workshop and you will:
• Learn how chemistry students are applying Spinsolve benchtop NMR to everyday problems in both the classroom and research lab.
• Discover the latest applications of Spinsolve NMR that are fundamentally changing how Industry can use NMR to define and deliver quality.
• See how benchtop NMR can be used for reaction monitoring and determining reaction endpoints in real time




JEOL will be hosting a lunch seminar on Thursday November 28th 


JEOL NMR spectrometers have been an indispensable analytical tool for structural analysis of proteins, protein/drug interaction, organic synthesis and genetics.
We invite you to join to the JEOL luncheon seminar to hear firsthand about the latest NMR offerings from JEOL.
Topics covered include:
NMR and TEM complementary analysis for pharmaceutical and battery research.
JEOL’s latest products - simplify your analytical work for fluorinated compounds.
3 new JEOL NMR systems in one lab - hear from a JEOL user on this recent installation and the process involved.