!!! Important News !!!

  • The program of the conference is now available here !! and you can download the Book of Abstracts here.
  • The laureate of the eighth Olivier Kahn International Award is Dr. Mauro Perfetti.
    see details here !
  • Announcement for late inscriptions: Please, note that excursion and INSA campus rooms are sold out.


Dear colleagues and friends,

We are happy to welcome you in Rennes for the 8th European Conference on Molecular Magnetism (ECMM 2022). This event is organized under the auspices of the European Institute of Molecular Magnetism (EIMM) with the support of local partners.

The 1st European Conference on Molecular Magnetism was organized in 2006 in Tomar (Portugal). Since then, ECMM was organized on a biennial basis with ECMM2009 in Wroclaw (Poland), ECMM2011 in Paris (France), ECMM2013 in Karlsruhe (Germany), ECMM2015 in Zaragoza (Spain), ECMM2017 in Bucharest (Romania) and ECMM2019 in Florence (Italy). While postponed for a year due the pandemy, Rennes team aims to continue this series of International Conferences.

Indeed, molecular Magnetism remains a very active area at the international level, particularly in Europe where some of the major discoveries have been made. Owing to its multidisciplinary nature, this area has been constantly renewed thanks to the intimate collaborations between scientists belonging to different disciplines. One of the objectives of this conference is not only to gather researchers active in the area of Molecular Magnetism, but also to take this opportunity to broaden the perspectives of the field by inviting outstanding researchers working on subjects that are of interest to our community.

The program will include 3 plenary and 8 invited lectures focusing on hot aspects of the field. Numerous contributed talks and posters presentations will complete a rich program.

In addition, ECMM 2022 will host the 8th Olivier Kahn International Award (OKIA) and a lecture will be given by the recipient. 

We hope to see you in Rennes next summer to share a few days of stimulating science in a friendly atmosphere. In parallel, the conference center being located in the heart of the city, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the capital of Brittany.


An excursion at the end of the conference will give you the opportunity to visit the Mont Saint-Michel and its bay, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, as well as Saint-Malo, an historic French port with a long history of piracy.

 MtStMichel StMalo


Kevin Bernot (Chair)

On behalf of the organizing committee



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