You are invited to participate in the nanoGe Fall Meeting, a unique series of symposia focused on advanced materials preparation and fundamental properties and their applications, in fields such as renewable energy (photovoltaics, batteries), lighting, semiconductor quantum dots, 2-D materials synthesis and semiconductors fundamentals, bioimaging, etc.

The symposia are medium size and closely related to form an exciting, interdisciplinary event that attracts key players of the respective fields either as organizers, invited speakers, or as participants.

Our meeting is held in the vibrant city of Berlin.

Do not miss this opportunity and join our nanoGe Fall Meeting19 to meet the awesome list of invited speakers and organizers we have prepared for you!.


Organizers only take care of the scientific aspects of the symposium. All the rest, is our task. We have managed successfully many conferences and we can assure a high quality event experience.

As Organizer, you will have the chance to select the list of Invited Speakers and therefore create an interesting list of contents on your topic.

  • Two Dimensional 2D
    • Synthesis of 2D nanomaterials including exfoliated layers, CVD growth, colloidal growth or others.
    • Different types of 2D nanomaterials: Graphenes and related carbon containing materials, transition-metal chalcogenides and iodides, solution-grown nanoplatelets, honeycomb-like structures and others.
    • Study of the physical properties of 2D nanomaterials from mechanical, optical, electrical, optoelectronic, magneto-optics, magnetism and others.
    • Focusing on a few unique phenomena: topological insulators, Dirac-type band structure, spin-valley coupling, symmetry breaking, curvature, layer-layer interactions and more.
    • Theoretical modeling of band structure and quantum many-body effects. Use of 2D nanomaterials in various applications, from electronics, through opto-electronics, photonics, display devices, biological arena and others.
    Symposium organizers:
    Efrat Lifshitz
    Christiane deMorais Smith
  • Halide perovskites: when theory meets experiment from fundamentals to devices
    • Halide perovskites (3D, 2D, colloids…)
    • PV, photo-detectors, LED, lasers, water-splitting & more.
    • Modeling from the atomic scale to the macroscale.
    • Fundamental processes (structure, excitons, polaritons, confinement,…)
    Symposium organizers:
    Claudine Katan
    Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes, CNRS
    Wolfgang Tress
    École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne EPFL
  • Symposium organizers:
    Roel van de Krol
    Helmholtz Center Berlin for Materials and Energy
    Erwin Reisner
    University of Cambridge
  • Fundamental Processes in Semiconductor Nanocrystals
    • Perovskite Nanocrystals III-V and I-III-VI QDs
    • Precursor Chemistry and Nucleation
    • Theoretical characterization of surfaces/interfaces and optical properties
    • Doping
    Symposium organizers:
    Ivan Infante
    Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
    Jonathan Owen
    Columbia University
  • Interplay of composition, structure and electronic properties in halide-perovskites
    • Ultrafast spectroscopy fundamentals
    • Ultrafast spectroscopy fundamentals
    • Microscopic structural characterization
    • Elemental nanoscale mapping
    • Exciton-phonon interactions
    • Structural modelling
    • Raman spectroscopy
    • Carrier-phonon interactions
    • Exciton dynamics
    • Dielectric characterization
    • Impedance spectroscopy
    Symposium organizers:
    Pablo P. Boix
    Universitat de València
    Juan-Pablo Correa-Baena
  • Excitonic up-downconversion
    • Fundamentals of singlet fission
    • Multi-exciton interactions in nanocrystals and other low-dimensional materials
    • Spin-dependent exciton dynamics in nanomaterials
    • Theoretical treatments of excitonic conversion and energy transfer
    • Multi-photon schemes for solar fuel generation
    • Understanding and controlling triplet transport and annihilation for upconversion
    • Novel organic and inorganic materials for up-conversion and singlet fission
    • Device implementations for photovoltaics, solar fuels, and photon detection.
    Symposium organizers:
    Bruno Ehrler
    FOM Institute AMOLF
    Akshay Rao
    University of Cambridge
  • (Photo)electrocatalysis for sustainable carbon utilization: mechanisms, methods, and reactor development
    • Design of discrete active site catalysts (MOF, COF, single atom, single crystal)
    • Operando spectroscopy (IR, X-ray) of electrochemical reactions
    • Flow reactors for high-throughput electrocatalytic synthesis
    • CO2 reduction mechanism
    • Industrial and commercial implementations of electrosynthesis
    Symposium organizers:
    Matthew Mayer
    École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne EPFL
    Ludmilla Steier
    Imperial College London
  • Mapping Nanoscale Functionality with Scanning Probe Microscopy
    • Charge separation, transport etc.
    • Ferroic nanostructures
    • SPM on energy materials (solar cells, batteries, thermoelectrics, etc.)
    • hemical information by optical SPM methods (TERS, Nano-IR, PIFM, etc. )
    • Dynamics of functional nanostructures studied with SPM
    • Advanced SPM methods
    • Advanced SPM methods
    Symposium organizers:
    Stefan Weber
    Max Planck Institut for Polymer Research
  • Charge Carrier Dynamics
    • Advanced Engineering of Materials at the Nanoscale
    • Structure Characterization: Electrons, x-rays, neutrons, and muons
    • Transport Characterization & Simulations
    Symposium organizers:
    Marcus Scheele
    University of Tuebingen
    Vanessa Wood
    ETH Zurich
  • Radiation Detection Semiconductors Materials, Physics and Devices
    • Organometallic halide perovskite for high radiation energy detectors
    • Organic single crystals, polycrystals and plastic materials for direct and indirect ionizing detectors
    • Theoretical prediction of new materials for high energy radiation detectors with high performance, low cost and low radiation dose on human body
    Symposium organizers:
    Mahshid Ahmadi
    University of Tennessee, Knoxville
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