Workshop Details
Breaking and Making Bonds with Light (registration includes Monday lunch)
07/02/2012 - 07/06/2012
Meeting Description:

The scientific focus of the proposed workshop is photochromic compounds and materials. The purpose of this workshop is to bring academic and industrial researchers together from North America and Europe to discuss research highlights and trends in the multidisciplinary field of photochromic compounds and materials. The field is inherently interdisciplinary requiring synthetic expertise in both inorganic and organic chemistry techniques as well as a variety of characterization methods that involve both linear and non-linear laser spectroscopy in chemistry and physics. Moreover, photochromic compounds and materials have genuine applications in biology and materials science. Aside from the International Symposium on Photochromics there is no other meeting dedicated solely to these interesting compounds and their applications.

Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Ave Telluride CO 81345

Breaking and Making Bonds with Light (registration includes Monday lunch) Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Bardeen, Chris U.C. Riverside
Boggio-Pasqua, Martial CNRS/University of Toulouse
Bohne, Cornelia University of Victoria
Bruening, Hauke University of Osnabrueck
Burkey, Ted The University of Memphis
Cole, Jacqueline University of Cambridge, UK & University of New Br
Fujiwara, Tomoko University of Memphis
Gust, Devens Arizona State University
Kosa, Tamas AlphaMicron, Inc.
Kucharski, Timothy MIT
MacGillivray, Leonard University of Iowa
Masunov, Artem University of Central Florida
McCurdy, Alison CSU Los Angeles
Rack, Jeffrey University
Raymo, Francisco University of Miami
Saltiel, Jack Florida State University
Springfeld, Kristin University of Osnabrueck
Webster, Charles Edwin The University of Memphis
Wolf, Michael University of British Columbia

Telluride Science Research Center
Post Office Box 2429, Telluride CO 81435
Tel: + 970.708.4426
Email: info@telluridescience.org
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