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 Barcelona.

Do not miss this opportunity and join our nanoGe Fall Meeting 20 to meet the awesome list of invited speakers and organizers we have prepared for you!.

  • Infrared Nanocrystals
    • Narrow band gap (PbX, HgX...) nanocrystals with infrared absorption and emission : synthesis and surface chemistry.
    • oped and degenerately doped semiconductor (oxide, copper chalcogenides, silicon...) with intraband and plasmonic features.
    • Carrier dynamics in narrow band gap colloidal materials.
    • Transport in narrow band gap material.
    • Sensing (light, gas, solar cell...) application using infrared nanocrystal as active material.
    • Advances in device design using infrared nanocrystal as active material.
    • Infrared light emission from nanocrystal (photoluminescence, lasing...).
    Symposium organizers:
    Emmanuel Lhuillier
    Sorbonne Universités
    Andrey Rogach
    City University of Hong Kong
    Philippe Guyot-Sionnest
    University of Chicago
  • Solar Powered Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices
    • Solar redox flow batteries
    • PV coupled devices with batteries and supercaps
    • Hybrid systems (solar supercapacitors with hydrogen generation,..)
    • Novel photoabsorbers
    • Photocharging kinetics and mechanisms
    • In-situ characterization of interfaces
    • Devices and system design
    • Technoeconomical analysis of solar powered energy storage devices
    Symposium organizers:
    Teresa Andreu
    Catalonia Institute for Energy Research (IREC)
  • Scanning Probe Microscopy for Energy Applications
    • Photovoltaics, thermoelectrics, etc. at the nanoscale
    • Nanoscale phenomena in energy storage devices (batteries, fuel cells, etc.)
    • Dynamic processes in energy materials (photovoltaics, batteries, fuel cells, ...)
    • Advanced scanning probe microscopy methods
    • Electrochemistry at the nanoscale
    • Charge separation and transport phenomena
    • In-situ experiments on active energy devices
    Symposium organizers:
    Marina Leite
    University of Maryland
    Sascha Sadewasser
    International Iberian Nanotechnology Labortory
  • Fundamental Processes in Semiconductor Nanocrystals
    • Control of opto-electronic properties with QDs
    • Carrier and exciton dynamics with phonons, surfaces, interfaces
    • Complex QD structures, devices, including interfaces, heterostructures, ligand interactions
    Symposium organizers:
    Matthew Beard
    National Renewable Energy Laboratory,
    Iwan Moreels
    Department of Chemistry, Ghent University, Krijgslaan 281-S3, 9000 Gent, Belgium
    Hilmi Volkan Demir
    Nanyang Technological University & Bilkent University
  • Bio-hybrid approaches to solar energy conversion: the bio-material interface
    • Bio-hybrid systems for solar fuel conversion
    • Imaging and spectroscopy of the interface
    • Mechanism of interfacial electron transfer
    • Interfacial kinetics and dynamics
  • FunMOFs_Functional Conductive Metal Organic Frameworks
    • Synthesis, characterization and modelling of conductive MOFs
    • Conductivity and Photoconductivity in MOFs
    • Chemiresistive gas sensing
    • MOF based opto-electronics
    • Electrocatalysis and photocatalysis
    • Proton conductivity
    • Energy storage: batteries and supercapacitors
    Symposium organizers:
    Enrique Cánovas
    IMDEA Nanoscience
    Mischa Bonn
    Max Planck Institute For Polymer Research
    Renhao Dong
    Department of Chemistry and Food Chemistry, Bioanalytical Chemistry, TU Dresden
  • Sol2D_Solution-based Two-dimensional Nanomaterials
    • Advanced solution-based bottom-up synthesis of 2D nanomaterials (colloidal methods, exfoliation, metal-organic approaches)
    • Physical properties of solution-based 2D nanomaterials (spectroscopy, mechanical and electronic properties, electron and spin transport)
    • Chemical properties of solution-based 2D nanomaterials (chemical stability, chemical self-organization, photocatalytic activity, interaction of organic and inorganic materials)
    • Self-organization of 2D nanomaterials into superstructures
    • Devices based on solution-processed 2D nanomaterials (transistors, photodetectors, solar cells, LEDs, lasers)
    • Theory of 2D materials (DOS, optical properties, growth mechanisms)
    Symposium organizers:
    Christian Klinke
    Swansea University,
    Sandrine Ithurria
    Ecole Superieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles
    Celso de Mello Donega
    Universiteit Utrecht
Scientific Organizers
Antonio Guerrero
Universidad Jaume I, SP
   Maksym Kovalenko
   ETH Zurich, CH
Important Dates
Early registration deadline: 22nd June 2020
Abstracts submission deadline (oral): 22nd June 2020
Abstracts submission deadline (poster): 21st September 2020
Scientific program: 16th July 2020

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