Photonics in Chemical Physics

September 26-28, 2021 | Virtual Conference

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The field of photonics, broadly defined, ranges from basic physical work on lasers and ultrashort laser pulses to applications in healthcare, communications, and materials. With its increasingly diverse disciplines and subdisciplines, photonics has become a key component in modern society. The scientific program consists of cross-disciplinary researchers, including chemists, physicists, and engineers, in both theory and experimentation. These researchers will discuss this rapidly expanding field and cover topics that address the latest advances in photonics related research and debate the current needs and priorities, as well as the emerging areas.

Conference Program Organizing Committee

Phil Castellano – Conference Chair
Professor, Goodnight Innovation Distinguished Chair
North Carolina State University
Editor-in-Chief, Chemical Physics Reviews


Aram Amassian
Associate Professor
North Carolina State University


Ken Hanson
Associate Professor
Florida State University


Kenan Gundogdu
North Carolina State University

Matt Beard
Director, Center of Hybrid Organic Inorganic Semiconductors for Energy (CHOISE)
National Renewable Energy Laboratory


Chantal Andraud
Research Director
ENS Lyon


Joanna Atkin
Assistant Professor
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

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