Lectures, in chronological order:

Using Light to Activate Molecules on Surfaces

Marye Anne Fox, University of California, San Diego, United States

 

Ultrafast photoinduced electron transfer as a route to high efficiency solar cells

Alan Heeger, 2000 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, University of Californa at Santa Barbara, United States  | Homepage

 

Semi-conducting polymers as basis of organic solar cells

Richard Friend, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom | Homepage

 

Energy and photosynthesis: natural and artificial capture and conversion of sunlight for production of solar fuels

Nathan Lewis, California Institute of Technology, United States | Homepage

 

Energy and photosynthesis: catalysts for production of hydrogen

Daniel Nocera. Massachussetts Institute of Technology, United States | Homepage

 

Beyond Oil and Gas: the Methanol Economy by Recycling of Carbon Dioxide

Surya Prakash, University of Southern Californa, United States | Homepage

 

Water splitting: Learning from Nature

James Barber, Imperial College, United Kingdom | Homepage

 

New materials for organic solar cells

Tobin Marks, Northwestern University, United States | Homepage

 

Impact of Nanotechnology on Alternative Energy

Paul Alivisatos, Berkeley, United States | Homepage

 

Novel Energy Attributes of Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes

C.N.R.Rao, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre, India | Homepage