The annual CCPN conference usually takes place in the summer and is specifically aimed at PhD students and post-docs (predominantly from the UK). It is a small, friendly conference with an emphasis on practical details, lots of time for discussion and plenty of opportunities to get to know other scientists, especially during the now legendary CCPN walk on the afternoon of the middle day. Poster presenters from the UK receive a generous discount to make attendance as affordable as possible for young scientists.

2022 Conference in Bath

This year’s CCPN conference ran from Wed 20-Fri 22 July 2022 on the Bath University campus on the edge of town. It was run as an in-person conference with live-streaming of the plenary sessions for those who weren’t able to attend in person. It also included two traditional poster sessions, with Poster Flash Presentations during in the plenary sessions. The conference was proceeded by a CcpNmr Analysis workshop on the Wednesday morning. Some of the talks are now available for viewing online.

Session Topics & Speakers

Large Complexes

Theo Karamanos (University of Leeds)
Florent Delhommel (Technical University of Munich)
Eszter Najbauer (MPI Göttingen)
Agnes Adler (Utrecht University)

Sparse Data and AlphaFold

Jonas Adler (DeepMind)
Nick Fowler (University of Leicester)
Angus Robertson (University of Lund)
Theresa Ramelot and Guy Montelione (RPI, Troy NY)


Magnus Kjaergaard (University of Aarhus)
Laura Marino Perez (IBS Grenoble and University of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca)
Janet Kumita (University of Cambridge)
Rebecca Beveridge (University of Strathclyde)


Thank you to Connect NMR UK for providing five bursaries for students and early career researchers to attend the CCPN conference.

Thank you to Merck for sponsoring 3 poster prizes, won this year by Ben Rowlinson (University of York) and Amy Mickleburgh (University of Bristol) for their posters and Karen Chau (University of East Anglia) for her flash presentation – well done to the three of you!


for our 2022 Conference is now closed.


showing timings and locations.

Travel Details

for getting to the University of Bath’s Claverton Campus by public transport or car.

Past Conferences

See details of our past conferences, including presentation slides.