Gordon Research Conference on Molecular Energy Transfer

18 - 22 January 2009, California, United States

Understanding the flow of energy within and between molecules is essential to the development of a fundamental understanding of the nature of all chemical processes. Furthermore, the deepest understanding can be achieved when phenomena are dealt with at the molecular level, connecting quantum-state, time-resolved and other modern methods of experimentation to ab initio theoretical study. The Gordon Research Conference on Molecular Energy Transfer will bring scientists together concerned with a wide variety of interests spanning chemistry, physics and biology, yet unified by the idea that developing a molecular picture of chemical dynamics is a central goal of their endeavors. An important aspect of this field is the fact that nearly every forefront topic of inquiry is well represented by experimental and theoretical advances. Topics of interest to this community are remarkably diverse, as the emphasis on deriving fundamental understanding often leads to insights in real world phenomena or even development of novel technologies.
Four Points Sheraton Harbortown

Four Points Sheraton Harbortown, 1050 Schooner Drive, Ventura, California, 93001, United States

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H. Floyd Davis, Anna I. Krylov
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