Single molecules: photochemistry and photophysics in isolated molecular systems; Extended systems: photochemistry and photophysics of chromophores in proteins, solution or clusters; Controlling molecular dynamics: controlling photochemistry using sequences of light pulses, shaped light pulses or bond selection prior to photoexcitation; Applications of molecular dynamics to global challenges: photovoltaic cells, photodynamic therapy, imaging.
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