The conference was initially planned to take place in Geneva, Switzerland. Given the present health situation and the large uncertainty concerning its evolution over the coming months, the organising committee decided to shift to a fully virtual format. The virtual conference will be as similar as possible to an event happening onsite and will offer many new opportunities.
The conference program covers the most recent advances in photochemical and photophysical sciences in their broadest sense, and reflect the new frontiers in these fields.
The conference offers a platform for the exchange of ideas between scientists and industry representatives from all over the world in a vibrant and relaxed environment. In addition to the scientific program, the participants will have the chance get a glimpse of the Swiss cultural heritage during the welcome reception, conference banquet and social activities.
Chi-ming Che, University of Hongkong
Roberta Croce, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Thomas Ebbesen, University of Strasbourg
Leticia Gonzalez, University of Vienna
Katja Heinze, University of Mainz
Kris Mc Neill, ETH Zürich
W. E. Moerner, Stanford University
Garry Rumbles, NREL
Hiroko Yamada, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
- Eric Vauthey, Chair
- Natalie Banerji
- Silvio Canonica
- Kurt Dietliker
- Alexandre Fürstenberg
- Tatu Kumpulainen
- Jacques Moser
- David Tilley
- Oliver Wenger