International Hyperpolarization Conference

University of Leipzig

24–28 September 2023

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We are pleased to host HYP23, the International Hyperpolarization Conference at the University of Leipzig from September 24-28, 2023!

The conference will provide a forum for fruitful scientific exchange, a valuable tool for competence building and knowledge transfer between the different methods of hyperpolarization. The program will consist of invited lectures and contributed papers. The conference language will be English.

As you may have recognized, we may use the same logo that was designed  for HYP-21 in Lyon. Why? Because Leipzig is also a "lion city",  because hyperpolarization is the "lion of magnetic resonance" and  because we hope that future conferences will also use this beautiful  logo, so that it becomes the logo for this series of conferences.

Soon you will find here more information about topics, deadlines, program, and city.

We are looking forward to welcoming you at HYP23 in Leipzig!


Jörg Matysik,

on behalf of the organizers


We cordially would like to thank our sponsors:





Nottingham, England, 2007 (Walter Köckenberger)

Königstein, Germany, 2009 (Thomas Prisner)

Lausanne, Switzerland, 2011 (Geoffrey Bodenhausen)

Copenhagen, Denmark, 2013 (Jan Henrik Ardenkjær Larsen)



Novosibirsk, Russia, 2011 (Konstantin Ivanov & Hans-Martin Vieth)

Leiden, The Netherlands, 2012 (Brunner, Ivanov, Kentgens, Matysik)

Crete, Greece, 2013 (Bela Bode)*

Zürich, Switzerland, 2014 (Matthias Ernst)*

Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands, 2015 (Marc Baldus & Arno Kentgens)*

HYP18, Southampton, England, 2018 (Malcolm Levitt & Giuseppe Pileio)

HYP21, Lyon, France, 2021 (Anne Lesage & Sami Jannin)

*The three meetings from 2013 to 2015 were organized within the COST Action TD-1103.




  • Jean-Pierre Ansermet (EPFL Lausanne)
  • Dmitry Budker (Gutenberg Universität Mainz)
  • Silvia Cavagnero (University of Wisconcin)
  • Peter Hore (Oxford University)
  • Matthilde Lerche (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet)
  • Yoh Matzuki (Osaka University)
  • Fred Mentink-Vigier (Tallahassee)
  • Thomas Prisner (Goethe Universität Frankfurt)
  • Anna Parker (NVision Imaging Technologies)
  • Warren Warren (Duke University)
  • Jim Wild (University of Sheffield)