Scientific Program


Topics

  1. Fundamentals of organic electronics: charge transport, modeling, photophysics, etc.
  2. Design and synthesis of materials for organic electronics: organic conductors and semiconductors, dielectrics, substrates, etc.
  3. Organic field effect transistors: single crystal, polymer and monolayer OFETs, integrated circuits and related devices.
  4. Organic light emitting devices: OLEDs and OLETs, white light-emitting devices, TADF devices, organic lasers.
  5. Organic and hybrid solar cells: small molecules and polymer photovoltaics, tandem cells, perovskites-based photovoltaics, etc.
  6. Organic sensors: physical (pressure, temperature, photo, etc.) sensors, chemo- and biosensors.
  7. Characterization techniques: various spectroscopy, microscopy, and x-ray scattering techniques, charge mobility measurements, thermal and surface analysis, HOMO and LUMO evaluation, biomedical applications, etc.
  8. Technologies of organic electronics: printing of organic materials and devices, roll-to-roll techniques, ink formulations, encapsulation, etc.

Speakers

Tutorial lectures

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Harald Ade

North Carolina Sate University, USA

"Quantitative interaction-miscibility-function relations in organic solar cells"

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Paul Berger

The Ohio State University, USA

to be announced

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Fabio Biscarini

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

"Ion-gating in organic transistors: how it affects specific recognition of neurotransmitters"

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Vladimir Dyakonov

Wurzburg University, Germany

to be announced

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Anna Koehler

University of Bayreuth, Germany

"How does delocalization affect exciton dissociation in organic solar cells?"

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Lain McCulloch

Imperial College London, UK

to be announced

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Michele Muccini

CNR-ISMN, Italy

"Organic field-effect transistors as a truly multifunctional platform: from light-emission to cell stimulation and sensing"

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Maxim Pchenitchnikov

University of Groningen, Netherlands

to be announced

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Natalie Stingelin

Georgia Tech, USA

to be announced

Invited lectures

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Darya Baran

KAUST, Saudi Arabia

"Time management for efficient nonfullerene solar cells"

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Artem Bakulin

Imperial College London, UK

"Photophysics of Organic Solar Cells with Non-Fullerene Acceptors"

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Andreas Kafizas

Imperial College London, UK

"Cobalt phosphate, an organic co-catalyst for photocatalytic water splitting"