Please note the upcoming registration deadline for the Annual Meeting of the Spectroscopy and Dynamics Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
January 4th - 6th, 2012
University of Leicester, UK
Registration deadline: November 25th, 2011
The Annual Meeting of the Spectroscopy and Dynamics Group of the RSC will take place at the University of Leicester from the evening of January 4th to the afternoon of January 6th, 2012. There will be six invited lectures (see below), with the remainder of the programme reserved for contributed talks and posters. Further details and online registration are available at the conference website:
***We are delighted to announce that we are able to offer substantial discounts at source to the registration fee for ALL students who attend, with student RSC members getting a further discounted rate. Students who can prove by the date of the conference that their membership application is being processed by the RSC will qualify as members for this purpose. Please see the website for details of the rates.***
The invited speakers are:
Eleanor Campbell, University of Edinburgh
Ken McKendrick, Heriot Watt University
Hans Jakob Wörner, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich
Steve Bradforth, University of Southern California
Philipp Kukura, University of Oxford
Martin Paterson, Heriot Watt University
Philipp Kukura's talk will also constitute the Royal Society of Chemistry's 2011 Harrison-Meldola Memorial Prize Lecture
Postgraduate students and postdocs are particularly encouraged to present their work, either as contributed talks (~20 min) or posters. Please submit titles via the on-line registration form. We will try to include as many contributed talks in the programme as possible.
Please register by the deadline of 25th November.
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