This virtual workshop will be taking place on Zoom. A link to join in will be sent via email to those that register closer to the date.
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.
There will be an option to present a short lightning talk instead of a poster. In order to do so please submit an abstract when registering. The lightning talks will last for a few minutes each and will be a great opportunity to present your work to world experts in your field. You will be notified via email if you've been selected to talk a month before the conference begins.
Wei-Tao Peng, Matt Ellis, Orestis Ziogos, Samuele Giannini, Karen Stoneham, Jochen Blumberger
To register and/or submit an abstract please click the button below.
Please submit an abstract if you are an invited speaker or would like to present a lightning talk.
Upon registration or submission of your abstract you should receive an email notifying you we have received your submission. If you have not please let us know by emailing Matt Ellis at email@example.com. A link to join the conference hosted on Zoom will be sent via email closer to the date, so it is important you check you have received our confirmation email.
|Abstract Submission||14th May 2021|
|Notification of abstracts selected for a talk||21st May 2021|
|Registration||13th June 2021|
For any questions regarding the running of this conference please email Wei-Tao Peng at firstname.lastname@example.org.