First advanced courses

This year the international meeting will be followed by the First advanced courses. The lectures will be given by:

- A. Moore and T. Moore (Arizona State University, USA).
"Combining Biology and Technology for Solar Energy Conversion."

- W. Lubitz (Max-Planck-Institut, Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany)
" Recent advances in spectroscopic techniques to study metalloproteins: Electron magnetic resonance (EMR) methods"

- L. Hammarström (Uppsala University, Sweden)
"Artificial Photosynthetic Routes Towards Solar Fuel Production"

- W. Nitschke (CNRS, Marseille, France)
"Metals and chemiosmosis; from the mitochondrion back to LUCA (and beyond...)"

- M. Fontecave (Collège de France, Paris, France)
"Towards photelectrochemical water-splitting cells: catlysts and electrodes"

- F. Armstrong (University of Oxford, UK)
"Recent developments in our understanding of hydrogenases and related enzymes as viewed by dynamic electrochemical techniques"

The format of the course will facilitate strong interactions between lecturers and attendees (up to 30). Our aim is to provide a top-level teaching in a highly stimulating and non-intimidating environment for graduate students, post-doc, and young scientists.Students and young researchers are strongly encouraged to attend these courses.