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Event NameRSC 2013 Photo-initiated Quantum Molecular Dynamics: Faraday Discussion 163
Event Date(s) Monday, April 15, 2013  to Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Event Location TBD
Nottingham,
United Kingdom
Costn/a
DescriptionPhotochemistry and molecular photophysics have been highly active fields of research for more than half a century; however, during the last two decades synergistic advances in experimental technology and computational methodology have led to a renewed interest in understanding photochemistry and photophysics at the quantum level - photo-initiated quantum molecular dynamics. One of the grand challenges for the 21st century is to develop such a detailed understanding of energy flow in molecules, following the absorption of a photon, that we can begin to develop the knowledge and tools to control photochemistry.

Photo-initiated quantum molecular dynamics is not only core fundamental science, it has potentially wide impact. Perhaps one of the most compelling reasons for developing a more detailed understanding of energy flow in molecules between light, electrons and chemical bonds, is to enable us to contribute to some of the challenges in designing light harvesting systems for clean energy generation - thus addressing one of the big problems facing society. There are also important applications in fields such as photocatalysis, the design of efficient light-driven molecular devices for data storage and processing, and photomedicine.

In an attempt to address these complex problems all the discussion sessions at this meeting will involve spectroscopy and dynamics, experiment and theory. The Scientific Committee warmly invites you to take part in the Discussion and looks forward to welcoming you in Nottingham.

SponsorN/A
Host CompanyRoyal Society Of Chemistry
Contact Information Phone: 44-0-1223-432380/432254
Fax:   44-0-1223- 423623 
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