19th IUPAC Symposium on Photochemistry, 14-19 July 2002, Budapest,
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This symposium, continuing in the tradition of previous conferences
in the series, will serve as a forum to assess the "state of the art"
of international photochemistry as well as new developments and future
trends in the field. Photochemists from 30 or more countries will have
an opportunity to meet in formal and less formal settings, exchange
ideas, gauge the progress of ongoing international collaborations, and
explore the possibility of new collaborations.
Plenary lectures will cover generation and reactions of reactive intermediates
in cryogenic matrices, laser-induced optoacoustic spectroscopy in the
study of biological photoreceptors, unidirectional photoinduced E to
Z and Z to E isomerization of hindered chiral ethylenes, mesogenic interaction
dynamics of liquid crystalline polymers studied by fluorescence, primary
photosynthetic processes studied by pulsed EPR techniques, two-photon
induced polymerization for 3D optical storage, application of azo polymers
for photonics, homogeneous photocatalysis of generating molecular hydrogen,
single molecule detection of biomolecules, and photogeneration and conversion
of stable triplet carbenes.
Approximately 500 scientific participants from around the world are
expected to attend the symposium. For further information, contact Prof.
Heinz D. Roth, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Rutgers
University, 610 Taylor Road, New Brunswick, New Jersey 08854-8087,USA;
E-mail: roth@ rutchem.rutgers.edu;
Tel.: +1 732 445 5664; Fax: +1 732 445 5312; Web site: http://www.photoiupac.hu.
> Published in Chem.
Int. 23(3), 2001
* Sponsorship by IUPAC attests to the quality of the scientific program
and indicates the host country's assurance that scientists from all
countries may participate.
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