This afternoon, we are progressing with the general scheme of topics with the session EP1.5 Excitons in Organic and Hybrid Systems II of our Symposium EP1. Important: We have one additional speaker in the afternoon: Klaus Meerholz – his talk got shifted from Friday to this session. The following topics we will see:
NIR EL from surface plasmons
Area light-emitting transistors
Multiple FRET pathways
Topological phases in organic materials
Manipulating Excitons with plasmonic nanoantennas
Singlet exciton fission
Real time exciton diffusion mapping
Organic memory devices
Our invited speakers for the afternoon are JanaZaumseil, Joel Yuen-Zhou, Gleb M. Akselrod, and Klaus Meerholz.
As a member of the program committee, it is my pleasure to announce the Call for Papers for the Solid State and Organic Lighting (SOLED) Conference in Suzhou, China 2015. The deadline for abstract submission is 7 July 2015 12:00 EDT. The SOLED will take place from 02 – 05 November 2015. It will be a great conference, bringing together the key experts in the field. Keynote speakers include Stephen Forrest, University of Michigan, USA and Jung Han, Yale University, USA.
Currently, I am looking for talented students who are interested in joining my research group in Dresden, Germany, at the Technische Universität Dresden to pursue their PhD studies. There are two positions open right now, for a 3-year appointment each. The positions should be filled to the earliest possible time.
Everybody interested in the field of organic photonics and excitonics is welcome to apply. Please directly contact me either following the respective instructions on the call (english version, german version) or directly (reineke [at] iapp.de).
As a part of our Symposium N (Functional Aspects of Luminescent and Photoactive Organic and Soft Materials), in a joint effort with the organizers of Symposium Q (Organic Microlasers–From Fundamentals to Device Application), we offer a tutorial to start the exciting week of research: Tutorial N/Q: Organic Optoelectronics – Introduction to Materials and Device Physics. We a delighted that we are having two experts in the field, Prof. Mark E. Thompson and Prof. Wolfgang Bruetting, giving this introduction. The tutorial will start at Sunday, December 1, 1:30pm until 5pm that day. Location: Hynes Convention Center, Level 2, Room 203. We are all looking forward to this event and would like to invite everyone interested to come. Please spread the word.