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Title: Optical IR investigation and control of molecular nanosystems

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Abstract: The development of organic and bio-compatible materials and devices requires a better understanding of their structure, micro- and macroscopic properties. The aim of this talk is to demonstrate the advantages of IR optical methods for investigation of structural, charge, and energy dynamics in molecular systems. I will outline the opportunities which IR radiation provides for a low-perturbative control of organic materials/nanodevices and discuss how such experiments can help linking microscopic and macroscopic understandings of nanosystems.

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