Plenary Speakers


Prof. Keith C. Gordon
Department of Chemistry

Otago University, New Zealand
Speech Title: Resonance Raman Spectroscopy and Computational Chemistry: The Dynamic Duo in Understanding Donor-Acceptor Interactions


Prof. Koichi Iwata
Chairman, Department of Chemistry

Gakushuin University, Japan
Speech Title:Electronic and Vibrational Relaxation Examined with Femtosecond Time-resolved Absorption and Stimulated Raman Spectroscopy in Near-infrared

Prof. Laurence A. Nafie
Department of Chemistry

Syracuse University, USA
Editor-in-Chief of J. Raman Spectroscopy
Speech Title: Raman Optical Activity: Fundamentals to Frontier Applications


Prof. Giulietta Smulevich

Department of Chemistry

University of Florence, Italy
Speech Title:Resonance Raman of heme proteins: Cytochrome c as a paradigm for the structure-function relationship