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Swiss national 'Future Day' offered children a glance into their possible professional futures
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Time Resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy, TRVS 2017

Date So, 16.07.2017 - Fr, 21.07.2017
Time All day
Speaker
Location Churchill College, Cambridge University, UK
Program The Time Resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy Meeting (TRVS) is a biennial international conference that gathers experts in the field of time-resolved vibrational spectroscopy and provides them with a forum for exchanging ideas and knowledge about the latest advances in the field. 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 between America, Europe, and Asia. The conference is typically in a single residential site allowing close interaction among all attendees.

The conference covers 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


The scientific session of TRVS consists of plenary talks, invited talks, contributed talks, and poster presentations. Awards are made to TRVS fellows, two awards for young scientists and a number of poster prizes.
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