OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Presentations

Presentations/Conference Proceedings:

  1. Chong Fang (2014) "Structural dynamics basis for emerging calcium-sensing fluorescent proteins", 2014 Volcano Conference in Chemical Biology, February 28-March 2, Pack Forest, Eatonville, WA. 
  2. Longteng Tang, Yanli Wang, Weimin Liu, Breland Oscar, Yongxin Zhao, Robert Campbell, and Chong Fang, (2014) "Excited-state structural evolution of calcium-sensing fluorescent proteins observed by femtosecond stimulated Raman", The 61st Pacific Conference on Spectroscopy and Dynamics, January 30-February 2, Pacific Grove, CA. [Abstract: Poster 31]  
  3. Yanli Wang, Weimin Liu, and Chong Fang, (2014) "Early-time structural dynamics of photoexcited pyranine in methanol: Transient proton motions and complex formation", The 61st Pacific Conference on Spectroscopy and Dynamics, January 30-February 2, Pacific Grove, CA. [Abstract: Poster 34] 
  4. Weimin Liu and Chong Fang (2013) "Tracking excited-state proton transfer in solution with femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy and new methods for probe generation", The 68th Northwest Regional Meeting of ACS (NORM 2013), July 21-24, Corvallis, OR. Invited talk at the Physical Chemistry Symposium: Novel Spectroscopic Tools. [Abstract: 118]
  5. Breland G. Oscar, Longteng Tang, Weimin Liu, and Chong Fang, (2013) "Conformational dynamics of novel fluorescent proteins for calcium sensing: Insights from femtosecond stimulated Raman", The 68th Northwest Regional Meeting of ACS (NORM 2013), July 21-24, Corvallis, OR. [Abstract: Poster 82]
  6. Yanli Wang, Weimin Liu, and Chong Fang, (2013) "Early-time structural evolution of photoexcited pyranine in methanol: Transient proton motions and complex formation", The 68th Northwest Regional Meeting of ACS (NORM 2013), July 21-24, Corvallis, OR. [Abstract: Poster 83] 
  7. Wei Wang, Weiming Liu, I-Ya Chang, Paul H.-Y. Cheong, Chong Fang, Shannon W Boettcher, and Douglas A Keszler, (2012) "Electrolytic synthesis of [Al13(m3-OH)6(m-OH)18(H2O)2415+] cluster and speciation of aqueous aluminum solutions via femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy", the 243rd ACS National Meeting, March 25-29, San Diego, CA. [Abstract: INOR 665]
  8. Weimin Liu, Fangyuan Han, and Chong Fang, (2012) "Excited state proton transfer from pyranine to acetate in water: Multidimensional reaction coordinate revealed by femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy", the 243rd ACS National Meeting, March 25-29, San Diego, CA. [Abstract: PHYS 203]
  9. Weimin Liu, Adam Perry, and Chong Fang, (2011) "Early-time structural dynamics of Pyranine: Ultrafast Raman spectroscopy of a photoacid", 2011 Northwest Regional Meeting of ACS, June 26-29, Portland, OR.  [Abstract: 206]
  10. Chong Fang, Renee R. Frontiera, Rosalie Tran, and Richard A. Mathies, (2011) “Chromophore Ring Wagging Motion Gates Excited-State Proton Transfer in GFP”, Ultrafast Phenomena XVII: Proceedings of the 17th International Conference, Oxford University Press: New York, pp. 517-519.
  11. Chong Fang, (2010) “Taking Snapshots with Novel Ultrafast Vibrational Spectroscopies: Connecting the Dots between Structure and Function of Biomolecules”, Fall Retreat 2010, Oregon Center for Optics, September 16-17, Eugene, OR. [Invited Speaker]
  12. Chong Fang, Renee R. Frontiera, Rosalie Tran, and Richard A. Mathies, (2010) “Mapping GFP Structural Evolution during Excited-State Proton Transfer with Femtosecond Stimulated Raman”, The 17th International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena (UP), July 18-23, Snowmass Village, CO. [Abstract: TuG2 243]
  13. Chong Fang, Renee R. Frontiera, Jyotishman Dasgupta, Mark Creelman, and Richard A. Mathies, (2010) “Femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy: From vibrational structure to multidimensional reaction surfaces”, The 239th ACS National Meeting, March 21-25, San Francisco, CA. [Abstract: PHYS 16]
  14. Richard A. Mathies, Chong Fang, Renee R. Frontiera, and Jyotishman Dasgupta (2010) “Femtosecond Time-Resolved Stimulated Raman Spectroscopy”, The 40th Winter Colloquium on the Physics of Quantum Electronics PQE-2010, January 3-7, Snowbird, UT.
  15. Richard A. Mathies, Chong Fang, Renee R. Frontiera, Rosalie Tran, Jyotishman Dasgupta, and Katelyn Spillane (2009) “Femtosecond Stimulated Raman Spectroscopy (FSRS) of Excited-State Photochemistry in Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP): Picking Apart the Reaction Coordinate”, The Gordon Research Conference on Electronic Spectroscopy & Dynamics, July 19-24, Colby College, Waterville, ME.
  16. Richard A. Mathies, Renee R. Frontiera, Chong Fang, Jyotishman Dasgupta, Mark Creelman, and Sangdeok Shim (2009) “Femtosecond Stimulated Raman Spectroscopy of Chemical and Biochemical Reaction Dynamics”, The 14th International Conference on Time-Resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy (TRVSXIV), May 9-14, Meredith, NH.
  17. Chong Fang, Rosalie Tran, Renee R. Frontiera, and Richard A. Mathies (2008) “Observation of ultrafast excited-state structural dynamics of GFP with femtosecond stimulated Raman”, the 236th ACS National Meeting, August 17-21, Philadelphia, PA. [Abstract: PHYS 390] Also appeared in Sci-Mix poster session.
  18. Chong Fang, Rosalie Tran, Renee Frontiera, and Richard A. Mathies (2008) “Ultrafast excited-state structural dynamics of GFP observed by femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy”, the 34th Meeting of The American Society for Photobiology, June 20–25, Burlingame, CA. [Abstract: WAM4-1]
  19. Chong Fang, Alessandro Senes, Lidia Cristian, William F. DeGrado, and Robin M. Hochstrasser (2007) “Amide vibrations are delocalized across the hydrophobic interface of a transmembrane helix dimer”, ACS Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting (MARM 2007), May 16–18, Ursinus College, Collegeville, PA. [Abstract: 258 @ Ultrafast Chemical Processes I]
  20. Chong Fang and Robin M. Hochstrasser (2007) “Structures and dynamics of biomolecules in water and membrane environments studied by 2D IR spectroscopy”, invited talk, February 23, University of California, Berkeley, CA.
  21. Chong Fang, Lidia Cristian, Alessandro Senes, William F. DeGrado, and Robin M. Hochstrasser (2006) “2D IR measurements of the coupling in transmembrane helix dimers”, the MAR06 National Meeting of The American Physical Society, March 13–17, Baltimore, MD. [Abstract: B13.00008]
  22. Chong Fang, Yung Sam Kim, and Robin M. Hochstrasser (2005) “Vibrational dynamics of individual residues of a polypeptide by 2D IR”, the 229th ACS National Meeting, March 13–17, San Diego, CA. [Abstract: PHYS 506] This presentation also appeared in US-Japan Symposium on Folding, Design and Dynamics poster session, May 4 (2005) Philadelphia, PA.
  23. Chong Fang and Robin M. Hochstrasser (2004) “Dynamics and interactions within alpha-helices by 2D IR”, Chemical Biophysics Mini-Symposium “Protein Folding” by the Departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry & Biophysics at University of Pennsylvania, February 26, Philadelphia, PA.
  24. Jianping Wang, Chong Fang, Yung Sam Kim, Paul H. Axelsen, and Robin M. Hochstrasser (2004) “Vibrational couplings in peptide oligomers examined by ab initio calculations and multidimensional infrared spectral measurements”, the 228th ACS National Meeting, August 22–26, Philadelphia, PA. [Abs: PHYS 380]
  25. Igor V. Rubtsov, Jianping Wang, Chong Fang, Yung Sam Kim, Adam K. Charnley, Amos B. Smith III, Sean M. Decatur, and Robin M. Hochstrasser (2003) “Multidimensional dual frequency infrared analogues of NMR: Applications to peptides and isotopomers of secondary structures”, the 226th ACS National Meeting, September 7–11, New York, NY. [Abstract: PHYS 167]
  26. Igor V. Rubtsov, Jianping Wang, Chong Fang, Marinonio L. Cornelio, Yung Sam Kim, Adam K. Charnley, Amos B. Smith III, Sean M. Decatur, and Robin M. Hochstrasser (2003) “Multidimensional and dual frequency infrared analogues of NMR: applications to peptides and isotopomers of secondary structures”, Femtochemistry and Femtobiology: Ultrafast Events in Molecular Science, 6th International Conference on Femtochemistry, July 6–10, Paris, France. [pp. 365–372, Publisher: Elsevier B.V. Amsterdam 2004]
  27. Chong Fang (2000) “Challenge is opportunity——solution to the environmental problem”, the XXXIII International University Congress–UNIV 2000, by the Institute for University Cooperation, April 16–24, Rome, Italy.
  28. Chong Fang (1999) “Green chemistry and the sustainable development”, AEARU International University Student Summer Camp ’99 Beijing Green Journey, August 25–September 1, Beijing, China.

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