Its the last day of MRS Spring 2016 and still we are by far not done with our Symposium EP1: Organic Excitonic Systems and Devices. We have a full day of oral presentations split into two major sessions.
EP1.7: Advanced Organic Devices and Modeling
As the title indicates, some new concepts for devices based on organic materials will be central in this session. This is complemented by some efforts on modeling. Keywords for this session are:
- Stretchable electronic structures
- Modeling exciton and polaron dynamics for transient EL in OLEDs
- Nanoscale electrical inhomogeneities in OLEDs
- Visible light communications with organic systems
- Method to predict interface barriers in OLED layers
- Rare-earth up-conversion composites for PV
Our invited speaker in the morning is Graham A. Turnbull. Note: Franky So was not able to come to Phoenix, so that his presentation is cancelled. Klaus Meerholz had his talk already late last night.
EP1.8: Excitonic Charge Transfer States
Our final look in this last session is on charge transfer states and related phenomena. Most naturally, this is the time, where we will have presentations that are closer to photovoltaic properties than in the days before. Actually, this session closes the loop to the first sessions of the week, where we were guided a lot by internal charge transfer states in TADF materials.
Here are some details to the post-lunch session:
- Enhancing exciton dissociation rates at heterojunctions using FRET
- CT state transport at donor-acceptor blends
- Magnetic field modulation of exciton recombination
- Tailoring interfaces using additive engineering
- Generation and modulation of chi^2 optical non-linearities
- Printing highly efficient solution processed solar cells
- Multiple CT states in ordered and disordered systems
Max Shtein will be our invited speaker of the afternoon session.
See you around!