photo of professor Paul Champion with red goggles in the lab

Paul Champion receives the Lifetime Achievement Award at the International Conference on Time Resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy

The International Conference on Time Resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy (TRVS) celebrated 40 years of bi-annual meetings in 2021 and selected BioE Affiliate Faculty and Physics Professor Paul Champion as a recipient for its Lifetime Achievement Award for “Outstanding Contributions and World-Wide Recognition for Developing novel Time-Resolved Raman Spectroscopies to Measure Complex Phenomena in Biological Systems”.

The “TRVS Lifetime Achievement” award is presented to research scientists who are highly recognized leaders in the field for developing ultrafast spectroscopy of molecular systems, particularly molecular vibrations providing information about dynamical structures, photochemical processes, catalysis, and energy transfer. This is an elected award and nominees are typically selected who have demonstrated the highest academic achievements in their subfields of time-resolved spectroscopy and who have a strong record of participation at TRVS conferences. View the list of past award recipients.


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