Conference organizers
Xueqing Xu
Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, CN
Yaohua Mai
New Energy Materials
Jinan University, CN
Baomin Xu
Materials Science and Engineering
Southern University of Science and Techology, CN
Hin-Lap (Angus) Yip
State Key Laboratory of Luminescent Materials&Devices; Materials Science and Engineering Department
South China University of Technology (SCUT), CN
Yu Zhang
Electronic Eng.
Jilin University, CN
Xinhua Zhong
South China Agricultural University, CN
Speakers

Keynote Speakers: Shihe YANG, Tae-Woo Lee, Andrey Rogach
 

Invited Speakers: Liyuan HAN, Nana Wang, Yizhen Jin, Baomin XU, Yu Zhang, Xinhua Zhong, Yong Peng, Huaibin SHEN, Mingkui Wang, Shihe YANG, Zhanhua Wei, Furong Zhu, Jinbi YOU, Mingjian Yuan, Daibin Kuang, Fei Guo, Hin-Lap Yip, Haizheng Zhong, Shengzhong LIU.
 

Contributed talks: Dmitry Bogachuk, Yiran Yan, Guohui Li, Mantas Simenas, Jun Zhu, Hsien-Yi Hsu, Daniele Braga, Xin Song, Jingru Zhang, Yunxia Zhang.

 
Online Conference

The International online conference on Hybrid materials and optoelectronic devices (HYBRIDOE) took place from 15th to 17th December, 2020 and was attended by 54 participants. 

Hybrid materials based on semiconductor nanocrystals and perovsksite thin films are a subject of intense research for the development of optoelectronic devices, including solar cells, light emitting diodes, photodetectors, and so on. The devices based on hybrid materials have many advantages of low cost, solution processibility, and flexibilitis. They have promising application prospect in the fields of energy conversion, displaying, lighting, detecting, and so forth, which emerges a very active research areas. However, the materials and devices have still been suffered from lower optoelectrical conversion efficiency and lower stability, which confines its commercialized applications. In this online conference we discussed to discuss latest developed materials based on semiconductor nanocrystal and perovskite thin films for solar cells, and light emitting diodes. In the meantime, we also discussed new type of optoelectronic devices based on these hybrid materials.

Topics

  • Metal halide perovskite solar cells
    2D-3D, none-Pb
    Large area, flexible, tandem

  • Hybrid material  and light emitting diodes

  • Advanced Hybrid material and optoelctronic devices
     

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