PCCP Asian Symposia: final leg Seoul

Photograph of KCS-PCCP celebration cake

The beautiful cake to celebrate the Korean Chemical Society becoming the 18th Owner Society of PCCP.

The final leg of the PCCP Asian Symposia series took place in Seoul Korea yesterday.

A large audience listened to the excellent scientific talks including on graphene by Professor Byung Hee Hong, on the excited-state dynamics porphyrins and other large molceules probed by single molecule spectroscopy by Professor Dongho Kim, and on very high power energy storage by Professor Sang Bok Lee.

A talk by Professor Zee Hwan Kim of Korea University on “Plasmonics for single-molecule photochemistry and optical nanoscopy” generated much discussion.

The symposium also included a special cake cutting ceremony to celebrate that Korean Chemical Society becoming PCCP‘s 18th Owner Society. This means that now every time a Korean author publishes in PCCP, the KCS will receive a financial sum.

You can find more details about the other symposia in Beijing, China and Tsukuba, Japan in our previous posts. Thank you to everyone who took part in these excellent events.

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