Sascha Feldmann

Cavendish Laboratory, University of Camrbidge  UK

Invited Speakers
Miguel Anaya
Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics, University of Cambridge, UK, GB
Dawei Di
Zhejiang University, CN
Rachel Fainblat
University of Duisburg-Essen and CENIDE, Faculty of Engineering, DE
Sascha Feldmann
Harvard University, US
Mahesh Kumar Gangishetty
Rowland Institute at Harvard, Massachusetts, US, US
Marina Gerhard
Department of Physics and Material Sciences Center, Philipps-Universität Marburg, DE
Eline Hutter
Utrecht University, Debye Institute for Nanomaterials Science, NL
Ryota Kabe
Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST),, JP
Franziska Krieg
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Zurich, CH
Andrew Proppe
University of Toronto, CA
Lina Quan
University of California, Berkeley, US, US
Alexander Romanov
University of East Anglia, School of Chemistry, UK, GB
Carlos Romero-Nieto
University of Castilla La Mancha
Hendrik Utzat
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), US
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Prizes sponsored by
nanoGe Online Meetup Conference

The Online Young Professional Meetup  Light Emission in Organic and Hybrid materials – from photophysics to efficient devices (LightEm) took place on Friday 5th June 2020.


The physics of light emission has fascinated researchers since the beginning of the scientific method. In the last decades, the surge of molecular semiconductors has reignited this fascination and with new material design also novel excited state mechanisms were found, all with the ultimate goal of cheap, reliable, tunable and efficient light emitting devices.

This meetup aims to bring together young scientists from various backgrounds to present and discuss their work on understanding what makes a good light emitter and what challenges there are for turning it into an efficient LED. We explored the full chain of development, from the synthesis of novel materials to gaining a mechanistic understanding of radiative recombination pathways by means of spectroscopy, all the way to the architecture of record-breaking devices. A variety of material systems will be investigated, ranging from hybrid perovskites to molecular complexes and from the bulk to the quantum-confined regime.

Short five-minute presentations allowed for a plethora of different angles on the topic of light emission to be covered. In particular, our aim is to provide a platform for young professionals in the field to share their research and network globally, thus inspiring new research ideas within the panel and the audience alike, from which innovative new approaches to known problems and collaborations across all sub-fields will arise. Join us for what promises to be an exciting meeting!


Topics to be covered by the conference:

  •  Understanding bulk perovskites as light emitting materials
  •  Synthesis, fabrication and characterisation of perovskite LEDs
  • Emission from individual nanocrystals
  • Light emission based on innovative molecular design



ePoster Prizes

Submit an ePoster and win one of the prizes sponsored by Royal Society of Chemistry, Willey Library and Nature Photonics

Best ePoster Content and Discussion - £300 RSC book e-voucher supported by Nanoscale Journal Family. Winner: Pradeep K R
New chemistry unit, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research

Runner-up Best ePoster Content and Discussion- £200 book e-voucher supported by Journal of Materials Chemistry C. Winner: Dr. Thomas Winkler, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University - DK

Best ePoster Outline- 100 EUR Wiley book voucher supported by Advanced Optical Materials. Winner: Dr. Surendra Babu Anantharaman, Electrical and Systems Engineering, University of Pennsylvania

Runner-up to Best ePoster Outline - 12-month personal subscription to the journal supported by Nature Photonics. Winner: Mr. Matthew Gray, Chemistry and Biochemistry, The Ohio State University


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