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  • 03.06.2023 - 09.06.2023
  • at Albena Resort
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11th International Meeting “Photosynthesis and Hydrogen Energy Research for Sustainability” - POSTPONED for 2023

Invitation

Dear Colleagues, 

We are pleased to cordially invite you to 11th International Meeting “Photosynthesis and Hydrogen Energy Research for Sustainability – 2022” in honor of Robert (Bob) Blankenship (USA), Győző Garab (Hungary), Michael Graetzel (Switzerland), Norman (Norm) Huner (Canada), and Gunnar Oquist (Sweden), which will be held on October 1-7, 2022 in Bulgaria, in Albena Resort. (Albena Resort is located on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, 30 km north from the Varna city).

Your participation is important for the success of the Meeting and will be very much appreciated. This Meeting will be a great occasion for discussions of previous, present, and future research on photosynthesis and hydrogen energy, from molecular to global, and will provide an exciting scientific program, which will cover the breadth and depth of photosynthesis and hydrogen energy, from fundamental and applied aspects of research to artificial photosynthesis and nanobiotechnology, and to meet researchers of photosynthesis and hydrogen energy from around the world. This meeting will provide a forum for students, postdoctoral fellows and scientists from different countries to deepen their knowledge and understanding, widen professional contact, to create new opportunities and establish new collaborations. Moreover, one of the sessions will be devoted to the talks of young scientists and to their rewarding.

International Conference «Photosynthesis and Hydrogen Energy Research for Sustainability – 2022» is a traditional event held in various countries of the world. The Conference, first organized in 2004, has a positive dynamic of development, evoking an ever-growing interest among the global scientific community. It is planned that more than 200-300 scientists will take part in the conference. As expected, scientists from more than thirty countries of the world will attend the event (Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Israel, India, Iran, Italy, Canada, China, Lithuania, New Zealand, Poland Republic of Korea, Russia, Romania, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, USA, Taiwan, Turkey, Finland, France, Switzerland, Sweden, Estonia and Japan).

The Conference “Photosynthesis and Hydrogen Energy Research for Sustainability – 2022” will provide in-depth discussion of one of the most important fundamental problems of modern biology – photosynthesis. Despite the stupendous achievements in recent decades in the study of photosynthesis, many aspects of this process remain uninvestigated. In addition, the relevance of research in the field of photosynthesis and associated hydrogen release processes in recent decades has been reinforced by the growing need of mankind for new sources of energy. Scientific knowledge about the mechanisms of transformation and storage of solar energy, the stability of the photosynthetic apparatus to stress conditions can be applied for environmentally friendly and resource-saving energy and the formation of new energy sources.

Key topics

The conference will be carried out in two main directions. (1) “Photosynthesis Research for Sustainability”, which will be devoted to the study of the structure, functions and biogenesis of the photosynthetic apparatus. Within this direction, the problems of light-driven processes of photosynthesis, regulation of photosynthesis and its metabolism, as well as the sustainability of the photosynthetic apparatus to stress factors will be discussed. (2) “Hydrogen Energy Research for Sustainability” will be devoted to the studies of biological production of hydrogen. This direction of the Conference will include recent advances in the study of the molecular basis of photosynthetic hydrogen formation. Both directions include fundamental and applied aspects of research, and works in the field of artificial photosynthesis and nanotechnology.
 
1. Photosynthesis Research for Sustainability:
1.1. Primary Processes of Photosynthesis
1.2. Structure, Function and Biogenesis of the Photosynthetic Apparatus
1.3. Photosystem I and Bacterial Photosynthesis
1.4. Photosystem II and Water Oxidation Mechanism
1.5. Energy Transfer and Trapping in Photosystems
1.6. Plant Development and Growth Regulation
1.7. Carbon Fixation (C3 and C4) and Photorespiration
1.8. Artificial and Applied aspects of Photosynthesis including Nanotechnology
1.9. Regulation of Photosynthesis, ROS production and Environmental Stress
1.10. Photosynthesis under Extreme Environments: Arctic, Antarctic and Deserts Research
1.11. Environmental Control of Photosynthetic Sustainability: Global Aspects and Challenges
1.12. Systems Biology of Photosynthesis: Integration of Genomic, Proteomic, Metabolomic and Bioinformatic Studies
1.13. Plant Mineral Nutrients and Photosynthetic Capacity
1.14. Photosynthesis Education and Emerging Techniques for Studying Photosynthesis including Neutron Scattering
 
2. Hydrogen Energy Research for Sustainability:
2.1. Energy for the Future – Hydrogen economy
2.2. Elevating Climate Change
2.3. Biological Hydrogen Production
2.4. Hydrogenases
2.5. Proton Reduction Catalysts
2.6. Reduction of Carbon Dioxide
2.7. Artificial Photosynthesis for Hydrogen energy
2.8. Nanotechnology in Fuel Cells
2.9. Nanomaterials for Hydrogen Production
2.10. Hydrogen Energy Education and Emerging Techniques for Studying of Hydrogen Energy
 

Registration

CONFERENCE FEES

Regular participants
Early registration (until May 14, 2022, inclusive) – 460 EUR
Regular fee (until September 7, 2022, inclusive) – 550 EUR
Late fee (after September 7, 2022, on spot) – 635 EUR
 
Students*
Early registration (until May 14, 2022, inclusive) – 230 EUR
Regular fee (until September 7, 2022, inclusive) – 280 EUR
Late fee (after September 7, 2022, on spot) – 345 EUR
 
Registration fee for Accompanying Persons – 160 EUR
 
*Student fee applies to those who are studying full-time for an undergraduate or a master’s and PhD degrees. It does not apply to anyone who receives a salary related to their studies. It is mandatory to provide a proof of student status.
 
The registration fee for regular participants and students covers:
  • Scientific sessions and exhibition access
  • Conference materials
  • Coffee breaks
  • Get together reception
  • Official conference dinner
  • Tour to Balchik Botanical garden
  • Participation certificate
 
VISA information
Participants requiring a visa for entry to Bulgaria are strongly advised to make their application at least two months before the intended date of travel. To assist with the visa application process, we will provide you with a letter of invitation. The letter of invitation does not represent a commitment on the part of the Organizers to provide financial support.
 
For online registration, please visit:

http://hm.cic-pco.com/icprs2022/ 

Accommodation

Hotel 4* All inclusive
Single room – 62 EUR per night
Double room – 94 EUR per night
Bed in double room – 47 EUR per night
 
Hotel Flamingo Grand 5* Full board (drinks not included)
Single room – 111 EUR per night
Double room – 150 EUR per night
Bed in double room – 75 EUR per night
 
Double room accommodations are possible only upon explicitly specifying the second person's name. Upon accommodating one person, a single room price is paid.
 
If you wish to share a room with a colleague, please indicate his/her name. Your colleague should do the same in his/her registration form.

Abstracts

Call for Abstracts
 
Please, make sure you have paid the registration fee before you submit your Abstract!
 
Submit your abstract for the 11th International Conference “Photosynthesis and Hydrogen Energy Research for Sustainability – 2022” in honor of in honor of Robert (Bob) Blankenship (USA), Győző Garab (Hungary), Michael Graetzel (Switzerland), Norman (Norm) Huner (Canada), and Gunnar Oquist (Sweden)
 
It is required to be a registered participant to submit an abstract (one abstract per participant). Abstracts will be accepted only when the full registration fee has been paid. (See the comment above.)
 
Please, send your abstracts by e-mail to Dr. Ilya Naydov (E-mail: eliotfur@gmail.com), and copy to Dr. Alexander G. Ivanov (E-mail: aivanov@uwo.ca) by May 15th 2022. (The contact person and E-mail address form our side might change later).
 
 
Instructions for abstract preparation
 
1. Format
a. Abstracts must be in English.
b. Each abstract is limited to one page A4 size. Leaving 3 cm for each of the left, right, and upper margins and 7 cm for the bottom margin.
c. Use the font Times New Roman of 12 pt in single spacing or equivalent.
d. Use superscripts and subscripts for chemical formulas and Greek symbols from “Insert symbol …(normal text).
e. Please do not include figures or tables in the abstract.
 
2. Session number
a. Each abstract must be identified with a Session number in the left hand top corner. e.g. S 1
b. Select from the Scientific Program (Topics) the session that represent your work best. Only one Session can be selected per abstract.
c. Please see below the list of Sections.
 
3. Very Important
Please Note: Powerful and good up-to-date papers, based upon this meeting presentations, will be selected, peer-reviewed and published in special issue (coming soon)
 
4. Title
a. The title should be in full upper case Times New Roman 14 pt bold font.
 
5. Author(s) and Institution(s)
a. Use the normal font Times New Roman of 12 pt in single spacing or equivalent.
b. If the abstract has more than one author, use numerical superscripts to indicate those from different institutions.
c. Underline the name of the person presenting the lecture/poster (corresponding author). Include his/her full address, fax, and e-mail.
 
6. Abstract submission
a. Please submit your abstract as an e-mail attachment saved in Rich Text Format (*.rtf), or as a Word Document (*.doc) file to: Dr. Ilya Naydov (E-mail: eliotfur@gmail.com), and Dr. Alexander G. Ivanov (E-mail: aivanov@uwo.ca)
 
PLEASE DO NOT SEND MULTIPLE SUBMISSIONS OF THE SAME ABSTRACT
 
Abstract Style 
S1: (14 pt)
(one line blank)
TITLE OF PRESENTION (14 pt)
(one line blank)
Elvin OKAZAKI1,*, Emilie QUEBEC2 and Sevil BAKU3
(one line blank)

1Institute of Basic Biological Problems, RAS, Pushchino, Moscow Region, Russia
 
2University of Québec, Québec, Canada
 
3Institute of Plant Physiology, RAS, Moscow, Russia
 
*Corresponding author : E-mail: elvin@someaddress.org
 
(one line blank)
 
The text of your abstract ……

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