on Ultrafast Condensed Phase Dynamics
Wednesday 14th September, 13:30-17:30
Lecture Theatre 2 (LT2), School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, BS8 1TS, UK
Light driven chemical reactions, energy or charge transfer occur on rapid timescales in liquids, proteins and solids necessitating ultrafast spectroscopic techniques to probe their evolution. This half-day symposium will highlight some of the latest cutting-edge work in the field of ultrafast condensed phase dynamics from world-renowned scientists.
Registration for the event is free, but required via Eventbrite for room capacity and catering purposes.
For more information please contact Dr Tom Oliver (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|13:35-14:25||Solvent effects on ultrafast photochemical pathways|
Professor Andrew Orr-Ewing (University of Bristol), LT2
|14:25-15:15||Triplet pair states: from fundamentals to their role in organic optoelectronics and photosynthesis|
Dr Jenny Clark (University of Sheffield), LT2
|15:15-15:45||Tea and Coffee Break, East Block Foyer|
|15:45-16:35||Sub-picosecond photo-isomerisation of retinal proteins and rhodopsin-mimicking photo-switches|
Professor Stefan Haacke (Strasbourg University), LT2
All participants are required to abide by the School of Chemistry’s Code of Conduct
The symposium is supported by