What is ECSBM?

The European Conference on the Spectroscopy of Biological Molecules (ECSBM) was founded in 1985 and is held every two years in a different European country. The meetings are attended by researchers using traditional spectroscopic techniques (Raman, IR, UV-Vis, fluorescence, NMR, EPR), as well as those who work on imaging techniques applicable to the study of biomolecules, cells, or tissues. Recently, particular attention has been devoted to the applications of biomolecular spectroscopy in the fields of biomedical imaging, anticancer research, drug characterization for pharmaceutical applications, drug delivery and nano-biotechnology. Researchers not only from all countries of Europe attend the conference, but also from North Africa, Israel and Middle East countries, India, Japan and Australia, United States, Middle and South America.
For its qualified attendance and for the broadness of scientific topics covered, ECSBM has become during the last years a leading conference located at the crossroad of three fundamental scientific fields: Physics, Chemistry, Biology.

Previous Conferences:

1985 Reims, France
1987 Freiburg, Germany
1989 Rimini, Italy
1991 York, United Kingdom
1993 Loutraki, Greece
1995 Lille, France
1997 Madrid, Spain
1999 Enschede, the Netherlands
2001 Prague, Czech Republic
2003 Szeged, Hungary
2005 Aschaffenburg, Germany
2007 Paris, France
2009 Palermo, Italy
2011 Coimbra, Portugal
2013 Oxford, United Kingdom
2015 Bochum, Germany
2017 Amsterdam, the Netherlands