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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: 2. Hydrogen Energy 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
2.1. Energy for the Future – Hydrogen economy
2.2. Elevating Climate Change
2.3. Biological Hydrogen Production
2.4. Waste-to-Hydrogen Scenarios
2.5. Hydrogen production from renewable feedstock
2.6. Hydrogenases
2.7. Proton Reduction Catalysts
2.8. Reduction of Carbon Dioxide
2.9. Artificial Photosynthesis for Hydrogen energy
2.10. Fuel cell and electrolyzes
2.11. Nanomaterials for Hydrogen Production
2.12. Hydrogen Energy Education and Emerging Techniques for Studying of Hydrogen Energy
2.13. Hydrogen storage
2.14. Hydrogen policy and strategies
2.15. Solar Hydrogen Panels
2.16. Photovoltaic Solar Cells