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For almost 200 years spectroscopy has been one of the primary methods to probe the properties and dynamics of atoms and molecules. Despite its long history, it continues to be one of the most vigorous and active disciplines in the physical sciences. In recent years a number of technological and methodological advances have opened up new exciting areas of study. Examples include biomolecules in the gas and condensed phases, molecules in extreme environments such as ultracold gases, metrology using frequency combs, THz spectroscopy and probes of fast molecular and electronic dynamics using femtosecond and attosecond laser sources. The impressive progress in the experimental domain has been going hand in hand with the advancement of theoretical methods to compute molecular structure, properties and spectra with increasing accuracy in ever larger systems. This new volume will provide a forum to discuss cutting-edge developments and future challenges in molecular spectroscopy. The topics addressed at the meeting include biomolecules in the gas and condensed phases, high and ultrahigh-resolution spectroscopy, studies of molecular dynamics in the time and frequency domain and progress in computational methods.
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Introductory Lecture; Optical frequency comb spectroscopy; tailored molecular samples for precision spectroscopy experiments; towards measuring the ionisation and dissociation energies of molecular hydrogen with sub-MHz accuracy; Synchrotron-based highest resolution fourier transform infrared spectroscopy of naphthalene (C10H8) and indole (C8H7N) and its application to astrophysical problems; Spectroscopy of molecules in very high rotational states using an optical centrifuge; General Discussion; Potential for the detection of molecular compexes and detemination of interaction geometry by 2DIR: Application to protein sciences; State-resolved THz spectroscopy and dynamics of crystalline peptide---water systems; Exploring hydrophobicity by THz absorption spectroscopy of solvated amino acids; Single-conformation spectroscopy and population analysis of model g-peptides: New tests of amide stacking; Structural studies of biomolecules in the gas phase by chirped-pulse Fourier transform microwave spectroscopy; Spectroscopy of mobility-selected biomolecular ions; General discussion; Time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy from first principles: Excited state dynamics of benzene; The effect of microhydration on ionization energies of thymine; Quantitative vibronic coupling calculations. The visible spectrum of propadienylidene; Charge-transfer and the hydrogen bond: Spectroscopic and structural implications from electronic structure calculations; Application of time-independent cumulant expansion to calculation of Franck---Condon profiles for large molecular systems; Structural characterization of spectroscopic substates in carbonmonoxy neuroglobin; General discussion

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