Call for Abstracts and Second Announcement
CMDS 2014 is an international forum for discussion of the latest and most important results in multidimensional spectroscopy. The program of CMDS2014 will consist of invited and contributed oral presentations as well as posters.
Abstract Submission Guidelines:
Abstracts should be submitted as a one page word document using Times New Roman text following these gudelines (also see attached sample abstract):
The Abstract Submission deadline is April 15, 2014. Notification of acceptance will be made by May 1, 2014. Conference attendees must register by May 21, 2014. Excellent submissions may be upgraded to invited talks.
Abstract Submission: April 15, 2014
Registration: July 1, 2014
Conference housing: June 15, 2014
Information on registration and housing is available at the CMDS 2014 website.
The CMDS conferences are held every two years and are a major international forum for discussion of the latest and most important results in multidimensional optical spectroscopy. CMDS has become the premier event for researchers developing and applying state-of-the-art multidimensional optical, infrared, and THz spectroscopic methods to address problems in chemistry, biology, physics, and material science.
The venue of CMDS 2014 is the University of Oregon Ford Alumni Center, which is located in scenic Eugene, Oregon USA.
Local Organizer: Andrew H. Marcus, University of Oregon
CMDS 2014 International Organizing Committee:
Minhaeng Cho, Korea University
Venue: University of Oregon Ford Alumni Center
Location: Eugene, Oregon, United States