The conference will focus on the frontiers (or cutting-edge) of research in the photochemical sciences. Topics to be discussed are:
- Biological and Bio-Inspired Photochemistry
- Photocatalytic Mechanisms
- Photoactive Materials
- New Chromophore Design
- Upconversion/Singlet Fission
- Ultra-fast Processes
Take advantage of this fantastic opportunity for students! Register an academic at the earlybird rate of $1,835 and bring a student for only $850. Unfortunately, Postdocs are not eligible for this offer. Both registration packages include; accommodation for the 22, 23, 24 February 2020 (on a shared basis for students) and a 24hour all-inclusive food and beverage package for the conference period. Academic registrations must be completed by 7th September 2019. Once registered, please contact Chloe Trundle to obtain a special registration link for your student.
Scientists working in the broad field of photochemical sciences will be interested in the conference. This may include those from academia, national laboratories, research institutes, and/or related industries. We expect a good mix of both young, emerging chemists and established leaders in the field. Additionally, efforts will be undertaken to provide representation across Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
1. Introduce the newest advances (discovery, approaches, etc) in the field of photochemistry through presentations (oral and poster) and lively discussion.
2. Develop a deeper understanding of photochemical principles, current research challenges, and the future of the field.
3. Provide an environment for cross-talk between photochemical disciplines and to promote collaborations.
Confirmed Invited Speakers
Jessica Anna (University of Pennsylvania)
Lisa Berreau (Utah State University)
Sylvestre Bonnet (Leiden University)
Phil Castellano (North Carolina State University)
Alexis Dee Ostrowski (Bowling Green State University)
Jillian Dempsey (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
PHOTOTRIGGERING PROTON-COUPLED ELECTRON TRANSFER REACTIONS
Gordana Dukovic (University of Colorado Boulder)
ELUCIDATING HOW PHOTOEXCITED SEMICONDUCTOR NANOCRYSTALS DRIVE REDOX ENZYME CATALYSIS
Matthew Fuchter (Imperial College London)
Phoebe Glazer (University of Kentucky)
Leif Hammarström (Uppsala University)
PROTON-COUPLED ELECTRON TRANSFER IN ARTIFICIAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS
Ken Hanson (Florida State University)
PHOTON UPCONVERSION AT DYE-METAL OXIDE INTERFACES: THE ROLE OF MOLECULAR AND MULTILAYER STRUCTURE
Jier Huang (Marquette University)
Prashant Jain (University of Illinois)
Elena Jakubikova (North Carolina State University)
James McCusker (Michigan State University)
Ana Moore (Arizona State University)
Amy Prieto (Colorado State University)
Gwénaël Rapenne (Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse/NAIST)
MOLECULAR MOTORS AND GEARS BASED ON COORDINATION AND ORGANOMETALLIC COMPLEXES
Javier Read de Alaniz (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Matthew Sfeir (The City University of New York)
Hannah Shafaat (Ohio State University)
Matthew Shores (Colorado State University)
Petra Tegeder (University of Heidelberg)
Claudia Turro (Ohio State University)
EXCITED STATE OF DIRHODIUM COMPLEXES FOR PHOTOCATALYTIC HYDROGEN PRODUCTION
Tony Vlcek (Queen Mary University of London)
Elizabeth Young (Lehigh University)
Jianzhang Zhou (Dalian University of Technology)
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