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Dear Colleagues,

 
It is our pleasure to announce the 30th International Symposium on Free
Radicals that will be held July 25 - 30, 2009 in Savonlinna, Finland. The
conference dates coincide with the world renowned Savonlinna Opera Festival.
In the tradition of this meeting, the focus will be on the chemical and
physical properties of free radicals broadly defined, including paramagnetic
molecules, ions, molecules in excited states and other transient species. 

 
Please visit our conference website for the most current information:
http://www.helsinki.fi/kemia/FRS2009 

IMPORTANT DATES

Symposium: July 25 - 30, 2009, Savonlinna, Finland
Deadline for registration: April 1, 2009 
Deadline for abstract submission: May 1, 2009

 
The format of the symposium includes invited lectures, hot topic
presentations and posters. The preliminary list of speakers with topics and
titles will include

SPECTROSCOPY AND STRUCTURE OF FREE RADICALS
Evan Bieske (Univ. Melbourne, Australia): Molecular hydrogen attached to
metal cations: gas phase spectroscopic studies
John Brown (Univ. Oxford, UK): The measurement of the electric dipole moment
of a charged molecule
Michael Morse (Univ. Utah, USA): Laser spectroscopy of metal-containing free
radicals
Dan Neumark (Berkeley, USA): Photodissociation of free radicals
Rich Saykally (Berkeley, USA): pH of the liquid water surface: selective
adsorption of hydroxide and hydronium ions
Yoshihiro Sumiyoshi (Univ. Tokyo, Japan): High-resolution spectroscopy of
atom-diatom radical complexes

CHEMICAL KINETICS AND REACTION DYNAMICS
Jim Lin (Academia Sinica, Taiwan): Low energy routes from closed-shell
molecules to free radicals
Timothy Minton (Montana State Univ., USA): Crossed-beams studies of
hyperthermal O(3P) reactions: unusual mechanisms that may not follow the
minimum energy path
David Osborne (Sandia National Lab, USA): Isomer-resolved chemical kinetics:
uncovering the hidden nature of chemical reaction products

FREE RADICALS IN ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY
Henrik Kjaergaard (Univ. Otago, New Zealand): Spectroscopy of reactive
radical complexes
Mitchio Okumura (Caltech, USA): Cavity ringdown studies of atmospheric free
radicals
Akkihebbal Ravishankara (NOAA, Colorado, USA): Atmospheric free radicals:
instigators of chemistry that impacts climate and air quality

FREE RADICALS IN COMBUSTION CHEMISTRY
Marcus Alden (Univ. Lund, Sweden): Development and application of new laser
spectroscopic techniques for measurements of radicals in combustion
Larry Harding (Argonne National Lab, USA): Theoretical treatments of free
radical kinetics relevant to combustion
Katharina Kohse-H鰅nghaus (Univ. Bielefeld, Germany): Investigating
intermediate species chemistry in combustion

INTERSTELLAR SPECTRA AND CHEMICAL PROCESSES
Eric Herbst (Ohio State Univ., USA): The chemistry of stellar and planetary
formation
Mats Larsson (Univ. Stockholm, Sweden): Molecule formation in interstellar
space by dissociative recombination
John Maier (Univ. Basel, Switzerland): Electronic spectra of carbon chains,
rings and ions

COMPUTATIONAL AND THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY OF FREE RADICALS
Joel Bowman (Emory Univ., USA): Reactions involving "roaming" radicals
Anna Krylov (Univ. Southern California, USA): title to be announced
Jean-Claude Rayez (Univ. Bordeaux, France): Modelisation of chemical
processes involving radicals in homogeneous and heterogeneous chemistry.

ULTRACOLD SYSTEMS
Dieter Gerlich (Univ. Chemnitz, Germany): Cold ions in traps: applications
in interstellar chemistry
Edward Hinds (Imperial College London, UK): Fundamental physics with polar
radicals



Please accept my apologies for any cross-posting!



Best regards and we hope to see you in Savonlinna,

 
Lauri Halonen, Chair of the Local Advisory and Organizing Committees

 

Local Advisory Committee:

Chair, Lauri Halonen, University of Helsinki
Vice-Chair, Raimo Timonen, University of Helsinki
Jouko Korppi-Tommola, University of Jyv鋝kyl?
Henrik Kunttu, University of Jyv鋝kyl?
Helge Lemmetyinen, Tampere University of Technology
Pekka Pyykk? University of Helsinki 
Dage Sundholm, University of Helsinki 

 
 
For further information please contact:

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Professor  Lauri Halonen
Laboratory of Physical Chemistry
PO Box 55 (A.I. Virtasen aukio 1)
FIN-00014 University of Helsinki
Finland
 
Email: free-radicals@helsinki.fi
Tel: +358 (0)9 19150280
FAX: +358 (0)9 19150279

http://www.helsinki.fi/kemia/fysikaalinen/research/molspec/index.html
http://www.helsinki.fi/kemia/fysikaalinen/research/kinetics/index.html  
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