The International Symposium on Two-Dimensional Correlation Spectroscopy (2DCOS) is a biennial symposium and covers all aspects of two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy ranging from the theory to applications in various scientific fields, such as chemistry, material sciences, nanoscience, and biology. Since the first symposium, being held in Sanda, Japan in 1999, it has become an important international forum for the discussion of new developments and extended applications in versatile spectroscopies.
As you all are aware, the COVID situation is still a major concern, and travel around the world is still restricted.
The Organizing Committee considers that the best is to have, this time, an online conference.
The purpose is to bring together experts from different fields and to highlight the recent developments and progress in the field of 2D correlation spectroscopy (2D-COS).
In order to be able for all of us to follow all papers, we would like to collect pre-recorded presentations which will be made available in advance for the registered persons. During the conference we will also run all the pre-recorded presentations according to the program, and we will organize a questions and discussions session every day at a time schedule which will fit the best for everyone. This session will allow you to get in contact with the presenters and other delegates as best as possible given that we cannot meet yet face to face.