Aging, Metabolism, Stress, Pathogenesis and Small RNAs in C. elegans

Important Dates

Registration open:
January 23

Abstract deadline for contributed talk and poster presentations:
February 13

Early Bird Registration deadline:
March 13

Registration deadline:
May 8

Lodging deadline:
May 21

Cancellation deadline:
May 21

For conference updates follow @wisconferences #trvs2015

Thank you for attending TRVS 2015!

246 scientists from around the world attended TRVS 2015. Award recipients were:
TRVS Lifetime Achievement Award:  Thomas Elsaesser, Max Born Institute
TRVS Young Investigator Award: David McCamant, University of Rochester
Chemical Physics Robin Hochstrasser Young Investigator Award:  Chong Fang, Oregon State University
Infrared Systems Development Poster Award: Luigi de Marco, University of Chicago
The Journal of Chemical Physics Poster Award: Eric Muller, University of Colorado-Boulder
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Poster Award: Masato Kondoh, Osaka University
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Poster Award: Kacie Rich, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

The abstract book, the conference photo, and an assortment of pictures of the meeting can be found here: http://zanni.chem.wisc.edu/content/trvs-conference-2015

 

Thank you again to all of our sponsors who helped make this meeting vibrant.


Thank you to our sponsors

Sponsors

UW MRSEC Princeton Instruments Thermo ScientificPolyScience Spectra-Physics Phase Tech InfraRed Associates, Inc. Infrared Systems Development Corp.

TRVS is a biennial international conference that gathers experts in the field of time-resolved vibrational spectroscopy. It is the premier meeting for learning about and discussing the latest advances in the field. The history of TRVS traces back to 1982 when the first meeting was held in Lake Placid, USA. After the second meeting in 1985, TRVS has been regularly held every two years in the USA, Europe, and Japan. TRVS 2013 was held in Beppu Japan and organized by Tahei Tahara. Some of the topics covered in this 2015 meeting will be:

Time-resolved vibrational spectroscopy in molecular biophysics and photobiology

Proton and electron transfer studies for energy conversion and storage

Dynamics of liquids, solids, interfaces, and nanostructured materials

Chemical, vibrational, and hydrogen bonding dynamics

Topics in multi-dimensional vibrational spectroscopy

Theoretical and computational spectroscopy

Advances in femtosecond stimulated Raman scattering

The scientific session of TRVS consists of invited talks, contributed talks, and poster presentations. Abstracts will be accepted for contributed and poster presentations.