Program Overview

Below is the planned schedule of the online program. The first few columns show the hours of the different time zones in Japan, Europe and the USA as example times.
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All oral presentations (plenary, mini-symposia and contributed talks) are planned as live presentations.

During poster sessions presenters can meet their audience on a dedicated platform. Times shaded in light gray are intended to meet other partcipants and to visit the exhibitors on their platforms. Details on the respective online platforms will be
communicated in due time.


Opening Lecture

Pascale Ehrenfreund, Leiden University, The Netherlands
«The search for life in our Solar System»

Invited Plenary Lectures

Clara Sousa-Silva, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA
«Creating a Spectroscopic Toolkit for the Characterization of Exoplanets»

Anne Amy-Klein, Université Paris, France
«High-Precision Molecular Spectroscopy referenced to Frequency Standards at the 10‑14 Level»

Isabelle Kleiner, Laboratoire Interuniversitaire des Systemes Atmospheriques (LISA), Paris, France
«Spectroscopy of large Amplitude Motions: from Interstellar Chemistry to Molecular Structures»

Thomas R. Rizzo, École Polytechnique Fédéral de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
«Cryogenic Vibrational Spectroscopy of Conformationally Selected Biomolecules»

Ann Carine Vandaele, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
«Spectroscopic Exploration of the Martian System»

Joseph T. Hodges, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), USA
«Probing the dynamic response of a ring-down cavity with heterodyne detection to measure sample absorption and dispersion»

Edit Mátyus, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
«Recent Developments and Future Challenges in Molecular Quantum Theory»

Henrik Kjaergaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
«Accurate Gibbs Energies of Complex Formation»

Ad van der Avoird, Radboud University Nijmegen (Prof. em.), The Netherlands
«Para‐Ortho Hydrogen Conversion: Solving a 90‐Year Old Mystery»

Martin Suhm, Georg August Universität Göttingen, Germany
«A Doorway to Vibrational Resonance and other Benchmarkable Quantities in Hydrate Clusters»

Mini-Symposium 1: Precision Spectroscopy

Shuiming Hu, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China
«Cavity‐Enhanced Precision Spectroscopy of Molecules: Methods and Applications»

Stephan Schiller, University of Düsseldorf, Germany
«High‐Resolution Spectroscopy of the Simplest Molecule: From Novel Techniques for Molecular Ion Spectroscopy to Fundamental Physics»

Luigi Consolino, Istituto Nazionale di Ottica, Firence, Italy
«THz High Precision Spectroscopy»

Takeshi Yasui, University of Tokushima, Japan
«THz Dual‐Comb Spectroscopy»

Mini-Symposium 2: Laboratory Astrophysics and Spectroscopy

Oskar Asvany, University of Cologne, Germany
«Rotational Action Spectroscopy in Ion Traps»

Brett McGuire, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA
«Big Game Hunting: Tools and Techniques for Identifying Large Molecules in Space»

Christine Joblin, IRAP, Toulouse, France
«Deciphering the infrared emission of astro-PAHs: the interplay between laboratory experiments, quantum chemistry and modelling»

Peter Schilke, University of Cologne, Germany
«High Excitation Molecular Lines in Various Astrophysical Environments»

Mini-Symposium 3: Environmental and Atmospheric Spectroscopy

Agnès Perrin, Universités de Paris, France
«Molecules of Tropospheric or Stratospheric Interest: from the Laboratory Spectroscopy to Satellite Applications»

Didier Mondelain, Université Grenoble Alpes, France
«Molecular Spectroscopy by Laser Techniques for the Study of Planetary Atmospheres»

Georg Wagner, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
«FT Spectroscopy in Support of Atmospheric Spectroscopic Databases: Recent Advances at DLR»

Lilian Joly, Université de Reims Champagne‐Ardenne, France
«Atmospheric Measurements by Ultra Light SpEtrometer: Greenhouse Gas Measurements under Tethered Balloons, Weather Balloons and Drones»