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The objective of the EUROPEAN PHOTOCHEMISTRY ASSOCIATION (EPA) is to promote the development of photochemistry in Europe and contacts among photochemists.

The Association is concerned with various experimental and theoretical aspects of the interaction of light with molecular systems, ranging from basic knowledge and practical know-how in photochemistry to application in areas such as chemical synthesis, electronics, material science, nanotechnology, biology and medicine. more

2016 Porter Medal Winners

The EPA is delighted to announce that Professor Jim Barber of Imperial College is the winner of the porter Medal for 2016. Jim has been a leading light in the photosynthesis research community and is currently working on artifical photosynthetic energy storage.

The prize was awarded jointly with Professor Frederick D Lewis. Fred has been a leading figure in the field of organic photochemistry for more than four decades.

The award ceremony will take place at the 9th Asian Photochemistry Conference 2016 (Singapore 4-8 December 2016), where the attendants will enjoy a lecture delivered by the winners related to their high level research.


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October 2016: Updated Newsletter. November 2015- June 2016
October 2016: Updated EPA Executive Committee
June 2016: Newsletter
May 2016: HRSMC Photochemistry School, Maastricht, The Netherlands
March 2016: Updated Meetings and Conference Page
January 2016: New Postdoctoral Position. Amsterdam, The Netherlands
January 2016: New Conference Announcements
December 2015: New PhD Positions. Frankfurt, Germany
November 2015: Newsletter
November 2015: New Conference Announcements
October 2015: Italian Photochemistry Group. New Web Site
July 2015: Year of Light Online Resources
June 2015: Newsletter
June 2015: EPA Prize for PhD Thesis in Photochemistry


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