6th HRSMC/EPA Advanced Summer School on Photochemistry

July 9-12, 2020 Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands

It is our pleasure to announce the 6th HRSMC/EPA Advanced Summer School on Photochemistry, an advanced course covering various aspects of photochemistry. This school is the sixth in a series organized every four years by the Holland Research School of Molecular Chemistry, a cooperation between the Chemistry Departments of the University of Amsterdam, Leiden University, and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, under the auspices of the European Photochemistry Association. This year the School is organized just before the IUPAC Symposium on Photochemistry in Amsterdam (PhotoIUPAC2020). The preliminary programme will be published soon.

This post-graduate school is intended for PhD students, postdocs, and interested scientists active in the field of photochemistry, and for those who make use of photochemical or photophysical methods in their research. 

The school will cover several essential topics in photochemistry, ranging from the fundamentals of photoreactions, to spectroscopy and computation, as well as applications such as solar energy conversion and photomedicine.


Participants are invited to present their own research as a poster. Of the submitted abstracts the best two will be selected for an oral presentation. The location of the school, Hotel de Witte Raaf in Noordwijkerhout, will give ample opportunity for interaction between students and invited experts.

Again, as said in the intro: This year the School is organized just before the IUPAC Symposium on Photochemistry in Amsterdam (PhotoIUPAC2020).  For more information follow this link:

We look forward to meeting you in Noordwijkerhout in 2020!
With kind regards,
The Organizing Committee
 
Sylvestre Bonnet (Leiden University), chairman
Fred Brouwer (University of Amsterdam)
Elizabeth von Hauff (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Rachel Scheffelaar (University of Amsterdam)
Ineke Weijer (HRSMC secretariat)

Published by  Holland Research School of Molecular Chemistry

8 July 2019