International Workshop on
Ultrafast Chemical Physics
& Physical Chemistry
The International Workshop on Ultrafast Chemical Physics (UCP ’11) will be held at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow on 14-16 December 2011. The two-day workshop (final programme here) aims to encompass the current state of the art in ultrafast chemical physics & physical chemistry and to include invited seminars and contributions from leading international researchers.
The plenary speaker this year:
- Dwayne Miller (Toronto)
Invited overview talks will be given on the first day by:
- David Klug (Imperial): Multidimensional Infrared Spectroscopy
- Michael Först (Center for Free Electron Laser Science, Hamburg): fs-Xray spectroscopy
- Klaas Wynne (Glasgow): Terahertz techniques
- John Tisch (Imperial): Attosecond spectroscopy
Additional invited talks by leading international speakers:
- Martin Wolf (Fritz-Haber Inst)
- Villy Sundstrom (Lund)
- Erik Nibbering (Max Born Inst)
- Huib Bakker (AMOLF)
Registration is now open and can be accessed via the University of Strathclyde online shop following links to Conferences, Science Faculty and Physics. The registration fee is £90 and will cover administration costs and includes lunches/tea/coffee during the programme. Optionally, there will be a conference dinner priced at £35 per person. The conference is a non-profit making and we will use any surplus funds to provide travel bursaries to graduate students attending the conference. Students wishing to apply for a bursary should indicate so during the registration process.
The deadline for registration is 31 October 2011.
We also invite submission of abstracts for both oral and poster presentations. Abstracts should not exceed one page of A4 including any figures and references and be emailed to ucpphys.strath.ac.uk. Please use this Word template to make your abstract and submit as a one-page PDF.
The deadline for abstract submission is 30 September 2011.
The Organising Committee of UCP’11: