Invited speakers

No.SpeakerTitle
  1

Michael Ashfold

University of Bristol,UK

Molecular photofragmentation dynamics in the gas and condensed phase: similarities and differences
  2

Maurizio Becucci

University of Florence, Italy

Non bonding interactions in molecular cluster

  3

Hugh D. Burrows

University of Coimbra, Portugal

Transient absorption spectra and theoretical studies of excited and charged states of organic materials for optoelectronics
  4

Alexandre Dazzi

University Paris-Sud, France

Infrared Nanoscopy applied to microbiology
  5

Pavel Hobza

Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Prague, Czech Republic

Noncovalent interactions: theory and applications
  6

Harold Linnartz

University of Leiden, The Netherlands

Molecular astro-spectroscopy; bridging gas phase and solid state processes in space
  7

Con Mallidis

University of Muenster, Germany

Medical applications of confocal raman microspectroscopy
  8

Leo Meerts

Radboud University Nijmegen,

The Netherlands

Novel strategies for solving highly complex NMR spectra of solutes in liquid crystals
  9

Sonia Melandri

University of Bologna, Italy

Conformations and Dynamics of flexible molecules, biomolecules and molecular complexes by rotational spectroscopy
10István Pálinkó
University of Szeged, Hungary
Pristine and functionalised layered double hydroxides - syntheses, structural characterisation and catalytic applications
11Eberhard Riedle
LMU München, Germany

Understanding complex reactive molecular procceses: from kinetics to comprehensive transient spectroscopy on all relevant time scales.

12

Anouk Rijs

Radboud University Nijmegen,

The Netherlands

The use of intense FIR radiation for molecular structure and dynamics experiments
13

Melanie Schnell

Center for Free-Electron Laser Science (CFEL), Hamburg, Germany

Enantiomer identification of chiral molecules using broadband microwave spectroscopy
14

Andrzej L. Sobolewski

Polish Academy of Sciences,

Warsaw, Poland

Juggling with protons: molecules and light in action
15

Matteo Tommasini

Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Digging out molecules from vibrational spectra of complex systems with DFT and statistical analysis

16

Siva Umapathy

Indian Institute of Science,

Bangalore, India

Time resolved stimulated Raman spectroscopy

17

Ozan Ünsalan

Istanbul University, Turkey

Applications of Vibrational Spectroscopy in Cultural Heritage, a case study: Valence Aqueduct (İstanbul)
18

Hervé Vezin

University of Lille, France

Ancient carboneous matter in the context of origin of life. Memory of the past. Perspectives to Mars Mission.
19

Georg Voyiatzis

Foundation for Research and Technology, Hellas (FORTH), Greece

Polarized raman spectra: opportunities & challenges - What about polarized SERS?