Molecular Reaction Dynamics: call for abstracts

Molecular Reaction Dynamics in Gases, Liquids and Interfaces
Faraday Discussion 157
25 – 27 June 2012
Assisi, Italy

Deadline for Oral Abstracts: 26 August 2011

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 Molecular Reaction Dynamics: FD157 aims to define the state-of-the-art and to outline the future prospects for this whole exciting area of research, with impact in many fields of science. The discussion will follow these key-themes:

  • Bimolecular reaction dynamics in the gas-phase
  • Photodissociation dynamics in the gas and liquid-phase
  • Reaction dynamics at interfaces (gas-liquid and gas-solid)
  • Ultrafast reaction dynamics in the condensed phase         

 Confirmed invited speakers:

  • Fleming F Crim (Introductory) – University of Wisconsin, USA
  • Richard Zare (Closing) – Stanford University, USA
  • Rainer Beck - EPFL, Switzerland
  • Joel M Bowman - Emory University, USA
  • Stephen Bradforth – University of Southern California, USA
  • Martin Gruebele – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
  • Kopin Liu, IAMS – Academia Sinica, Taiwan
  • Todd Martinez - Stanford University, USA
  • Daniel Neumark – University of California, Berkeley, USA
  • John Tully – Yale University, USA

Faraday Discussions are a long-established series of meetings which provide a unique international platform for the exchange of views and newly acquired results in developing areas of physical chemistry, biophysical chemistry and chemical physics. The Discussion is a dynamic forum for developing and exchanging exciting new ideas, and both the papers and discussion will be published in a final printed volume. The latest Impact Factor is 4.5.

We invite you to submit an abstract for an oral presentation by 26 August 2011 to Events adding ‘FD157 abstract’ in the subject line. We hope that this conference is of interest and that you will attend this exciting Faraday Discussion next year. 

FD157

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