Abstract Submission
Time Resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy 2023 Conference

Abstract submission is closed now

Call for abstracts

It is now possible to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations for the TRVS 2023 Conference which will take place on June 11-16, 2023, in the Trippenhuis, Amsterdam.

Final submission deadline extended to February 8, 23:59h CET.

Abstracts can be submitted for oral presentations (15 minutes talk + 5 minutes questions) and for poster presentations. Please follow the guidelines carefully when submitting your abstract(s).

Abstracts have to be submitted by the first/presenting author. Each presenting author may submit a maximum of 2 abstracts.

By submitting an abstract, the author(s) consent to present his/her/their work in-person.

All abstract will be reviewed and scored by the program committee and subsequently accepted for presentation or rejected. This process will take some time to complete and the outcome will be available by March 10, 2023. At that time the submitter will be notified as to whether his/her/their abstract has been accepted or not.

All accepted abstracts will be published in an online abstract book.

Abstract submission

To submit your abstract for review, please fill in the abstract submission form, see link below. When you click on this link, you will be directed to the events platform and you will first be asked to create an ‘author account’.
Once you created this account, you can submit your abstract. The author account is needed for communication purposes. Authors of submitted abstracts are able to edit their submissions as long as the abstract submission is open.

Author guidelines:

See: Abstract template


  1. Intra- and intermolecular vibrational excitations in (ionic) liquids, polymers and hydrogels
  2. Phonon and vibrational dynamics in solids, nonlinear ‘phononics’
  3. Vibrations in nanoparticles (quantum dots) and metal complexes
  4. Vibrations at surfaces and membranes
  5. Biophysical processes (proteins, DNA/RNA) and molecular motors
  6. (Plasmonic) photochemistry, photocatalysis, and electrochemistry
  7. Novel (nonlinear) spectroscopic phenomena and techniques