Period: 8th(Tue) - 10th(Thu) November, 2022
Tutorial course: 7th November 2022
Location: Kochi Prefectural Culture Hall (4-3-30 Honcho, Kochi city, Kochi, 780-0870 Japan)
Organizer: Kazuhiko Yamada (Kochi University)

The Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Society of Japan was established based on the NMR meeting in Japan, which has been annually held as a forum for NMR researchers since 1961.
The aims of the Society are to promote the basic and applied research on NMR as well as enlightenment and educate the field of NMR spectroscopy. It performs annually a necessary academic meeting and the publication of the bulletin, and other services for the achievement.

Our New Distributor in Japan

On the occasion of the NMR Society of Japan 2022, it's our great pleasure to announce L.A.Systems Incorporated (LAS) as our sales representative for the range of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR or ESR) equipment and Quantum Diamond AFM in Japan. LAS will work closely with the CIQTEK team to provide complete service to Japanese-speaking customers. Check the CIQTEK products on the LAS website:

Meet Us at the Booth

CIQTEK will be hosted by our new partner LAS at the booth in the Kochi Prefectural Culture Hall. 
Come to meet us and learn about the EPR (ESR) Spectroscopy and Quantum Diamond AFM, and explore why our solutions can help you achieve your research goals.
We look forward to meeting you!

CIQTEK EPR (ESR) Spectroscopy


Originating from the Key Laboratory of Microscopic Magnetic Resonance of the Chinese Academy of Sciences at the University of Science and Technology of China, CIQTEK has been deeply engaged in the field of high-end scientific instruments such as electronic paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy for more than ten years, and has now launched a comprehensive X-band series for commercial use, and has successfully advanced to W-band high-frequency EPR (ESR) spectroscopy. 


EPR (ESR) spectroscopy is a method to study the structure, dynamics, and spatial distribution of unpaired electronics. It can provide in-situ and non-destructive information on electron spins, orbitals, and nuclei at the microscopic scale. They are particularly useful for studying metal complexes or free radicals.