scientific programme

The Scientific Programme of EUCMOS 2018 will take five days and include:
Plenary Lectures, Invited Keynote Lectures, Oral Contributions and Posters.
The working language of the congress is English.
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INVITED LECTURERS

Robert McMahon
(University of Wisconsin, USA)
otational Spectroscopy, Molecular Structure Determination, and Radioastronomy
Michael Schmitt
(HHU Düsseldorf, Germany)
Excited State Dipole Moments from High Resolution Spectroscopy
Harold Linartz
(Leiden University, Netherlands)
Solid State Spectroscopy in Support of Interstellar Chemistry
Eberhard Riedle
(Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Germany)
From Lasers to High Power LEDs, from Photochemistry to Photocatalysis
Peter Gilch
(University of Düsseldorf, Germany)
Photo-Addition of Psoralen to DNA Traced by Time Resolved Spectroscopy
Klaus Gerwert
(Ruhr University Bochum, Germany)
A Preclinical Alzheimer Blood Test Using an Immuno-Infrared Sensor
Mischa Bonn
(Max-Planck Institute Mainz, Germany)
Novel Terahertz Molecular Spectroscopies
Wybren Jan Buma
(University of Nijmegen, Netherlands)
Tailoring Photoactive Materials: Light on the Dark Side of the Force
Martin Suhm
(University of Goettingen, Germany)
Vibrational Spectroscopy at the Service of Quantum Chemistry
Andrzej Sobolewski
(Institute of Physics PAS Warsaw, Poland)
Burning Water with Sunlight: Insights from Computational Chemistry
Marco van de Weert
(University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
The Trials and Tribulations of Becoming a Spectroscopy Specialist
Nancy Pleshko
(Temple University Philadelphia, USA)
Non-Destructive Applications of Infrared Spectroscopy for Assessment of Tissue Pathology and Regeneration
André Peremans
(University of Namur, Belgium)
Non Linear Optics at Interfaces: Sensitive Probing of Biomolecular Recognition by Sum Frequency Generation and the Quest of Super Resolution Infrared Microscopy of Biological Tissues
Tito Trindade
(University of Aveiro, Portugal)
Developing the Surface Chemistry of Hybrid Nanomaterials for SERS Applications
José Gaspar Martinho
(IST University of Lisbon, Portugal)
Biphotonic Materials for Imaging
Nigel Young
(University of Hull, UK)
Matrix Isolation Studies of Transition Metal and Main Group Fluorides
Mike Ashfold
(University of Bristol, UK)
Exploring Photoinduced Molecular Ring-Opening in the Gas and Solution Phase
Cláudio Nunes
(University of Coimbra, Portugal)
Spectroscopic Observation of Quantum Tunneling: Discoveries on the Potential Energy Surfaces of Phenylnitrenes
Jan Lundel
(University of Jyváskylá, Finland)
Vibrational Excitation Induced Chemistry
Anna Gudmundsdottir
(University of Cincinatti, USA)
Using Transient Spectroscopy to Understand Photosalient Behavior of Vinyl Azides Crystals
Jaan Laane
(Texas A&M University, USA)
Spectroscopic Investigations of Intramolecular π-Type Hydrogen Bonding of Cyclic Molecules in Their Ground and Excited Electronic States
Frederic Merkt
(ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Precision Spectroscopy in Cold Samples of Few-Electron Molecules
Igor Reva
(University of Coimbra, Portugal)
Calculations of Spectra and Kinetics in the Context of Matrix Isolation
Michael Oshtrakh
(Ural Federal University Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation)
Ordinary Chondrites: What Can We Learn Using Mössbauer Spectroscopy?
Michael Heise
(University of South Westphalia, Germany)
Infrared Spectroscopy for Clinical Chemistry and Medical Diagnostics - Techniques and Chemometrics for a Successful Marriage of Two Fields
Markus Arndt
(University of Vienna, Austria)
New Avenues in Matter-Wave Assisted (Bio)Molecule Spectroscopy
Hugh Byrne
(Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland)
Advancing Vibrational Spectroscopy for Cellular and Subcellular Analysis
Mustafa Çulha
(Yeditepe University Istanbul, Turkey)
Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) for Single Cell Analysis
Luís Arnaut
(University of Coimbra, Portugal)
Spectroscopic Determinants in Photodynamic Therapy
Henry Mantsch
(NRCC Ottawa, Canada)
Spectroscopy in the 21st Century: The Future of Molecular Spectroscopy
Luca Evangelisti
(University of Bologna, Italy)
Investigation of Non-Covalent Interactions by Microwave Spectroscopy
Otto Dopfer
(Technical University Berlin, Germany)
Geometric and Electronic Structure of Flavins
Leonardo Alvarez
(University of Léon, Mexico)
Towards High Resolution Phosphorescence Spectroscopy




SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS

Abstracts of the communications to be presented in EUCMOS 2018 shall be sent by e-mail to the Congress Secretariat (e-mail: eucmos2018@gmail.com) as attachment in WORD FOR WINDOWS FORMAT.
Only documents respecting the layout of this TEMPLATE will be considered. Notification of reception of the abstract by EUCMOS 2018 will be sent afterwords.

Abstracts must arrive not later than MAY 31st, 2018 to the Congress Office. Please note that an accepted paper will be included in the final programme of EUCMOS 2018 only if an author has formally registered and paid his registration fee.

After April 30th only communications in the form of poster can be accepted.

All abstracts will undergo a review by subject experts, who also will take the final decision regarding the type of presentation (oral or as poster for Abstracts submitted before April 30th; after this date only posters presentations are acceptable).
Abstracts of all lectures and posters will be published in the BOOK OF ABSTRACTS, which will be available at the Registration Desk.


austin barnes' prize for the best posters presented at EUCMOS 2018

A Prize for the best two posters presented at EUCMOS by a young researcher will be awarded. The prize will consist in a Diploma and Registration waiving for the presenter to participate in EUCMOS 2020.