IWOM 2021: International Workshop on Charge Transport and Excited State Processes in Organic Materials

The scope of this workshop is to bring together theorists, computational and experimental scientists working in the area of organic materials for electronic applications. The content will cover approaches across different length scales (from molecular to device-level) towards the understanding of phenomena and mechanisms inherent to the function of organic semiconducting materials. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive overview of current state-of-the-art advances in this research field, covering key issues such as: electronic structure methods for excited states calculations, charge transport mechanisms in bulk and nanostructured interfacial systems, energy conversion through light harvesting, and light generation via recombination processes.

21-25 June 2021
Time: 2-5pm (GMT +1) daily
Venue: Zoom
Contact: Wei Tao Peng; Matthew Ellis

Keynote Speakers

Irene Burghardt, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Sir Richard Friend, University of Cambridge, UK
Henning Sirringhaus, University of Cambridge, UK
Weitao Yang, Duke University, USA

Invited Speakers

David Beljonne, University of Mons, Belgium
Antoine Carof, University of Lorraine, France
Rachel Crespo-Otero, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Marcus Elstner, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Simone Fratini, CNRS, France
Jenny Nelson, Imperial College London, UK
Harald Oberhofer, Technical University Munich, Germany
Jean-Hubert Olivier, University of Miami, USA
Frank Ortmann, Technical University Munich, Germany
Vitaly Podzorov, Rutgers University, USA
Oleg Prezhdo, University of Southern California, USA
Sergei Tretiak, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Troy Van Voorhis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

IWOM website


Wei-Tao Peng, Matt Ellis, Orestis Ziogos, Samuele Giannini, Karen Stoneham, Jochen Blumberger


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