Scientific Program


  1. Interfaces in organic electronics: understanding and controlling order/disorder and defects
  2. Organic materials challenges in synthesis, design and processing.
  3. Organic biosensors for health and environment.
  4. Implantable organic electronics and active interfaces to living matter.
  5. Hybrid and nanocomposite materials for organic electronics.
  6. Organic electronics for energy applications.
  7. Organic spintronics.
  8. Integration, multifunctionality, flexible and large area technology.
  9. Perspectives of organic electronics.


Invited speakers

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Aram Amassian

King Abdullah University of Science & Technology, Saudi Arabia

"Programming the Crystallization of High Performance Semiconductors for OTFTs"

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Fabio Biscarini

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

"Whole-Organic Bioelectronics Sensors and Tranducers for Central Nervous System"

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Annalisa Bonfiglio

University of Cagliari

"Organic Sensing and Biosensing Platforms"

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Christoph Brabec

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

"High Efficiency Concepts for Organic Photovoltaics"

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Dago de Leeuw

Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands

"Energy Harvesting with Polyvinylidenefluoride (PVDF)"

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Iain McCulloch

Imperial College London, United Kingdom

"Designing High Performance Organic Electronic Materials"

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Paul Meredith

University of Queensland, Australia

"Narrow and Broad Band High Detectivity Organic Semiconductor Photodetectors"

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Christian Müller

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

"Interplay between Processing and Doping of Organic Semiconductors"

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Vitaly Podzorov

Rutgers University, USA

"Artifact-Free Determination of the Intrinsic Charge Carrier Mobility in High-Performance Organic Field-Effect Transistors"

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Henning Sirringhaus

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

"Charge and Spin Transport Physics of Organic Semiconductors"

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Barbara Stadlober

Institute for Surface Technologies and Photonics, Austria

"R2R-nanoimprint Lithography in the Long Run"

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Natalie Stingelin

Georgia Tech, USA

"Semiconducting:Insulating Polymer Blends: Processing, Structure and Opportunities for the Organic Electronics Field"

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Luisa Torsi

Università di Bari "Aldo Moro", Italy

"Printable Electrolyte-gated Transistors: How Sensitive Can They Be?"

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Pavel Troshin

Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia

"Novel Perovskite and Perovskite-inspired Mateials for Solar Cells"

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Koen Vandewal

Institut fur Angewandte Photophysik, Technical University of Dresden, Germany

"Charge Transfer States for Organic Opto-electronics"

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Martin Weis

Slovak University of Technology

"Making Polymers Conductive by Secondary Doping"