Introduction

Welcome to the website for the seventh annual North Carolina Photochemistry Symposium (NC Photochem). This year’s event will be a two day virtual event held on October 8th and 9th, 2020. As in previous years, the symposium will encompass topics in all areas of photochemistry, from natural to artificial systems.

The goals of this symposium are,

  • To foster new connections and collaborations among the photochemistry researchers at NCSU, UNC Charlotte, UNC Chapel Hill, and other local/regional institutions.
  • To broadly strengthen the photochemical sciences in North Carolina focusing especially on early career investigators.
  • To provide students and researchers the opportunities to present their work in a smaller collaborative environment.

Registration

Registration for the symposium will be open thru September 28th, 2020.

NC Photochem 2020 Schedule

NC Photochem 2020 Invited Speakers

 

Virtual Poster Session and Prizes!

Student “elevator-pitch” poster presentations will be posted asynchronous from the event and will be available for viewing by registered attendees before and during the event using Flipgrid. (Flipgrid is a website that allows users to post short videos for viewing). Presenters will have 3-minutes to present their research with power point slides.

Awards will be given to student poster presenters (two for undergraduate students, two for graduate students, and one “people’s choice award.”

Presentation prizes are being sponsored this year by Chemical Physics Review. ($100 Amazon e-gift cards) Thank you CPR and AIP!

We look forward to seeing you online in October!

Michael Walter (UNC Charlotte) – michael.walter@uncc.edu

Elena Jakubikova (NC State) – ejakubi@ncsu.edu

Mike Hambourger (App State) – hambourgerms@appstate.edu

Jillian Dempsey (UNC Chapel Hill) – dempseyj@email.unc.edu

Alex Miller (UNC Chapel Hill) – ajmm@email.unc.edu

Aaron K. Vannucci (USC) – vannucci@mailbox.sc.edu

Natalia Shustova (USC) – shustova@mailbox.sc.edu

Scott Geyer (Wake Forest) – geyersm@wfu.edu

Phil Castellano (NC State) – fncastel@ncsu.edu