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19th International Conference Time Resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy

Date So, 08.09.2019 - Fr, 13.09.2019
Location University of Auckland campus, New Zealand
Program On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee, we are pleased to invite you to take part in the 19th International Conference Time Resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy to be held in Auckland, New Zealand, on the University of Auckland campus. The history of TRVS traces back to 1982 when the first meeting was held in Lake Placid, USA. Since the second meeting in 1985 TRVS has been held every two years, circulating among America, Europe, and Asia.

Information concerning the venue, programme, accommodation and events can be found at the conference website:

TRVS 2019 will convene sessions on the following topics:
- Dynamics of liquids, solids, interfaces, and nanostructured materials
- Chemical, vibrational, and hydrogen bonding dynamics
- Time-resolved vibrational spectroscopy in molecular biophysics and photobiology
- Proton and electron transfer studies for energy conversion and storage
- Advances in multi-dimensional vibrational spectroscopy: Infrared, Raman, and terahertz
- New infrared and terahertz laser sources and spectrometers
- Single molecule vibrational spectroscopy
- Theoretical and computational spectroscopy

Oral and poster presentations will be welcomed. Abstract submission and registration can be found on the conference website.

Abstract submission deadlines: 1 August, 2019 to be considered for oral presentations; 15 August, 2019 for poster presentations.

Registration deadlines: 1 August, 2019 for early-bird rates; up until the conference for standard registration rates.
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