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2015 International Year of Light Symposium - From Solar Light to Chemical Energy: a Look into the Future

Date Fr, 27.11.2015 - Fr, 27.11.2015
Time All day
Location University of Zurich, Campus Irchel, Zurich, Switzerland
Program The main objectives of the URPP Solar Light to Chemical Energy Conversion are to discover and develop new molecules, materials and processes for the direct storage of solar light energy in chemical bonds.

Our goals are to foster the exchange of new ideas and of the latest scientific results in the field of direct storage of solar energy into fuels. We started in 2014 with a combined symposium and summer school, which will again be proposed next year 29.8-2.9.2016. For this year’s symposium we were able to gain a series of outstanding speakers from academy and industry. They will speak about their latest research results and about the reasons why they are interested in sustainable and light driven energy technology.
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