International Symposium are organized regularly to share the latest development in Aquaphotomics.

Aquaphotomics: Understanding Water in Biology – 2nd International Symposium (2016.11 – Kobe, Japan)

The Second Aquaphotomics International Symposium took place at Kobe University in Japan, from 26 to 29 November 2016. The conference attracted more than 70 researchers from different disciplines and from more than 10 countries of all continents. The conference reflected the multiplicity of projects and publications that Aquaphotomics science is now inspiring.

Link: Aquaphotomics International Symposium 2016

Aquaphotomics: Understanding Water in the Biological World (2014.10 – Brussels, Belgium)

Aquaphotomics refers to a new field of study, which aims at the collective characterization and quantification of pools of water molecules having the same molecular vibrations that translate into structure, function, and dynamics of organisms or aqueous systems. Aquaphotomics is a new concept, called “water as molecular mirror”. It has been introduced in 2005 by Prof. Roumiana Tsenkova from Kobe University, Japan, to describe rapid and comprehensive analysis of water-light interaction at each frequency of the electromagnetic spectrum as a potential source of information for better understanding of the biological world through the water and spectroscopy.

Link: Aquaphotomics International Symposium 2014