RSC Photochemistry Group Early Career Members Meeting

20 September 2018 12:00 – 21 September 2018 17:00, Swansea, United Kingdom

The RSC Photochemistry Interest Group meeting is set to bring together the photochemistry community in the UK and Ireland to showcase recent developments from areas including fundamental photochemistry and photophysics of molecular, supramolecular structures and materials, theoretical photochemistry and advanced spectroscopic techniques with applications from a wide range of fields from solar fuels to healthcare.

This meeting builds upon the success of the biennial Photochemistry Researchers meeting held at Trinity College in 2011, Belfast in 2013, Newcastle in 2015 and Birmingham in 2017.


Oral Abstracts - 10th August 2018

Poster Abstract - 7th September 2018

Standard Registration - 7th September 2018

Abstract Submission

Please use Abstract Template, save as Oral_Last Name or Poster_Last Name and send PDF to photochemistry meeting.


Travel bursaries are offered. Please let us know when registering if you would need one, priority will be given to persons giving oral or poster presentations.


Royal Society of Chemistry Environment Sustainable Energy Division
Photochemical and Photobiological Sciences


Swansea University, UK
University of Manchester, UK
University College Dublin, Ireland
Imperial College London, UK


ESRI Auditorium 001, Swansea University, Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI), Bay Campus, Fabian Way, Crymlyn Burrows, Swansea, SA1 8EN, United Kingdom. Please see map for directions.


Please note, there is a parking shortage near Swansea University Bay Campus during this time due to the arrival of students, so we recommend using public transports to reach the meeting venue. More information can be found in the following links:


Swansea has a variety of types of accommodation to suit every requirement and budget we do however recommend booking accommodation as soon as possible.

Organising Committee

Swansea University - Dr Catherine Suenne De Castro 

University of Strathclyde - Dr Robert Edkins