Tetsuro Majima, Osaka University, Japan
The XXVIth IUPAC Symposium on Photochemistry will be held on April 3 - 8, 2016 at Osaka City Central Public Hall, Osaka, Japan.
We are happy to inform the XXVIth IUPAC Symposium on Photochemistry (2016 IUPAC Photochem) at Osaka City Central Public Hall, Osaka, Japan, on April 3 - 8, 2016.
The IUPAC Symposium on Photochemistry was initially started in 1964 in Strasburg, France, and has been held every two years, ….. in Sweden (2008), Italy (2010), Portugal (2012), and France (2014). Thus, the IUPAC Symposium on Photochemistry is one of the most successful conference series in the field of photochemistry.
The scientific program of 2016 IUPAC Photochem will cover all of the major disciplines of contemporary photochemistry-related science including physics, biology, medicine, materials science, engineering, and technology. The scientific committee represents a broad diversity of interests in photochemistry and, with their input, we are organizing an exciting array of scientific events composed by plenary lecture, invited talk, oral presentation, and poster session. To generate new research ideas, this conference will provide the unique opportunity for scientific interaction and exchange of ideas among the participants.
The venue of 2016 IUPAC Photochem will be Osaka City Central Public Hall: http://osaka-chuokokaido.jp/english/index.html. It is located at the Yodoyabashi station (subway Mido-Suji line) in the center of Osaka City. Osaka City Central Public Hall has main hall, poster session hall, conference rooms, communication rooms, and a reception hall and is designated as a nationally important cultural property in 2002.
Osaka is located at the center of Japan and easily accessed by limousine bus and/or train through Kansai airport from many cities in abroad. The symposium attendees will be able to enjoy not only the scientific program but also the culture of Japan.
We are welcoming you to Osaka with many cherry trees in full bloom and we hope all participants enjoy the exciting scientific and cultural program in April 2016 in Osaka.