Workshop

TYC workshop: Charge Transport and Photoinduced Processes in Organic Materials

The scope of this workshop in the area of organic materials for electronic applications is to bring together theorists and computational and experimental scientists working on 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 on this research field, covering pertinent 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.

17-19 June 2020
Venue: Lecture Theatre 106 Roberts Building, University College London, followed by a reception in the foyer (G02)
Contact: Orestis Ziogos / Matthew Ellis

INVITED SPEAKERS

Denis Andrienko, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Rachel Crespo-Otero, Queen Mary University of London
Marcus Elstner, University of Karlsruhe
Simon Fratini, CNRS
Jenny Nelson, Imperial College London
Harald Oberhofer, University of Munich
Jean-Hubert Olivier, University of Miami
Frank Ortmann, Technical University of Dresden
Vitaly Podzorov, Rutgers University
Oleg Prezhdo, University of Southern California
Peter Skabara, University of Glasgow
Sergei Tretiak, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Troy Van Voorhis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


PLENARY SPEAKERS

Irene Burghardt, Goethe University
Greg Scholes, Princeton University
Henning Sirringhaus, University of Cambridge
Weitao Yang, Duke University
Claudio Zannoni, University of Bologna

 

REGISTRATION AND FEES

Early Registration                    200 GBP (students 100 GBP)  Before 31st March 2020

Standard Registration              250 GBP (students 150 GBP)  After 31st March 2020

Conference Dinner                   50 GBP

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