The University of Texas at Austin

Welcome to CMDS 2022

CMDS 2022 brings together scientists working in different research areas and serves as a venue for exchanging ideas between theorists and experimentalists. Topics discussed at CMDS include development and implementation of multidimensional visible, infrared, and THz spectroscopy, as well as applications of these techniques to addressing problems in, chemistry, biology, and materials science.

CMDS 2022 is the tenth conference of a series started in 2002 and follows the meetings held in Seoul (Korea), Madison (USA), Rigi-Kulm (Switzerland), Kyoto (Japan), Minneapolis (USA), Berlin (Germany), Eugene (USA), Groningen (Netherlands), and Seoul (Korea) .

The 2022 Conference will take place in Austin, Texas on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin. Oral presentations will be in person with option for remote viewing via Zoom and YouTube live. Poster sessions will be hybrid, consisting of both in person and virtual presentations.

Welch Hall, The University of Texas at Austin


January 10, 2022
Abstract Submission Opens

March 31, 2022
Abstract Deadline

April 29, 2022
Abstract Notification

May 16, 2022
Early Registration Deadline

May 30, 2022
Registration Closes

June 21, 2022
Conference Starts

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Jessica Anna, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Jens Bredenbeck, University of Frankfurt, Germany
Minhaeng Cho, Korea University, Korea
Elisabetta Collini, University of Padova, Italy
Michael Fayer, Stanford University, USA
Sean Garrett-Roe, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Peter Hamm, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Neil Hunt, University of York, UK
Thomas L.C. Jansen, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Patanjali Kambhampati, McGill University, Canada
Kevin Kubarych, University of Michigan, USA
Bern Kohler, Ohio State University, USA
Amber Krummel, Colorado State University, USA
Henrike Müller-Werkmeister, University of Potsdam, Germany
Jennifer Ogilvie, University of Michigan, USA
Poul Petersen, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Gabriela Schlau-Cohen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Tahei Tahara, RIKEN, Japan
Lu Wang, Rutgers University, USA
Wei Xiong, University of California San Diego, USA
Martin Zanni, University of Wisconsin, USA


Interested in sponsoring the meeting? 

Please contact the organizers for details.


Carlos Baiz (University of Texas at Austin)

Sean Roberts (University of Texas at Austin)

Local Organizing Committee:

Jessica Anna (University of Pennsylvania)
Doran Bennett (Southern Methodist University)
Daniel Kuroda (Louisiana State University)
Elaine Li (University of Texas at Austin)
Lauren Webb (University of Texas at Austin)


Minhaeng Cho (Korea University)
Thomas Elsaesser(Max-Born-Institute, Berlin)
Peter Hamm (University of Zurich)
Thomas L.C. Jansen (University of Groningen)
David Jonas (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Munira Khalil (University of Washington, Seattle)
R. J. Dwayne Miller (University of Toronto and CFEL, Hamburg)
Shaul Mukamel (University of California, Irvine)
Yoshitaka Tanimura (Kyoto University)
Andrei Tokmakoff (University of Chicago)
Keisuke Tominaga (Kobe University)
John Wright (Chair, University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Martin Zanni (University of Wisconsin, Madison)

CMDS 2018 – Seoul, Korea. Conference Photo

For general inquiries please contact the organizers:

Carlos Baiz –

Sean Roberts –