General Organizers

 

          

               

                           

Developing countries

If you are in an institution whose country is listed as "Developing country" (see here), contact us before registration and we will send you a reduced fee ticket (Deadline March 3rd).

For any further information we are glad to support at springmeeting21@nanoge.org

Note: Applications will only be accepted for participants who use the official email of their institution.

Group registration

If your Department would like to register as a group, please contact us at springmeeting21@nanoge.org to find out more about our special deals.

  • #SCIPOLY21. Science for Energy Policy
    • Renewable energy
    • Sustainability by design
    • European Green Deal
    • Energy policy
    Symposium organizers:
    Jovana Milic
    University of Fribourg, Adolphe Merkle Institute
    Bruno Ehrler
    Center for Nanophotonics, AMOLF, The Netherlands
    William Tisdale
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • #POWOMEN21. Power Hour for Mentorship
    • Mentorship
    • Diversity in science
    • Gender equity
  • #SOLFUL21. Solar fuels
    • Catalysts design
    • Artificial photosynthesis
    • Computation studies
    • Electrochemistry
    • Spectroscopy and transient spectroscopy
    Symposium organizers:
    Tanja Cuk
    University of Colorado Boulder, US
    Victor Mougel
    ETH Zurich, Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry, Department of Chemistry & Applied Biosciences
  • #TINPERO21. Tin Halide Perovskite Solar Cells
    • Tin halide perovskites
    • Sn(II) oxidation
    • Self p-doping in tin halide perovskites
    • Additives and passivating agents
    • Selective contacts for tin halide perovskites
    Symposium organizers:
    Antonio Abate
    Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie GmbH, Germany
    Diego Di Girolamo
    University of Rome "La Sapienza"
    Jorge Pascual Mielgo
    Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie GmbH, Germany
    Giuseppe Nasti
    University of Naples Federico II
  • #PERIMPED21. Impedance spectroscopy and derived characterization for new generation optoelectronics
    • Impedance spectroscopy
    • Capacitance spectroscopy
    • Solar cell characterization and modeling
    • LED cell characterization and modeling
    • Small perturbation techniques
    • Perovskite optoelectronics
    • Organic optoelectronics
    Symposium organizers:
    Juan Bisquert
    Universitat Jaume I, Institute of Advanced Materials (INAM) - Spain
    Pablo P. Boix
    Universitat de València
    Elizabeth von Hauff
    Vrije University (VU) Amsterdam
  • #PEREMER21. Two-dimensional perovskites – Fundamentals, Applications, and Perspectives
    • Synthesis Routes and Structural Aspects
    • Quasi-2D Compounds
    • Thin Film Growth and Morphology
    • Novel Concepts for Spacer Cations
    • Photophysics and Fundamental Properties
    • (Opto)Electronic Applications (LEDs, Solar Cells, FETs)
    Symposium organizers:
    Giulia Grancini
    University of Pavia, Italy
    Simon Kahmann
    University of Cambridge
    Maria Antonietta Loi
    University of Groningen, The Netherlands
  • #PEROPV21. High Efficiency Perovskite Solar Cells Approaching the Shockley-Queisser Limit
    • Single Junction Solar Cells – strategies towards new records
    • Perovskites for Tandem Solar Cells – including narrow bandgap and wide bandgap
    • Cell Design Optimization – efficiency limit calculations and optical management
    • Perovskite Growth Methods – for large area and for flexible substrates
    • Reducing Defects - bulk passivations and/or interface engineering
    • New Cell Architectures – bridging the efficiency gap between n-i-p and p-i-n
    Symposium organizers:
    Anita Ho-Baillie
    The University of New South Wales, Australia
    Osman Bakr
    King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) - Saudi Arabia
  • #SELFNC21. Self-Organization at All Scales: from Nano and Micro Structures to Functional Devices
    • Fundamental forces driving assembly across all scales
    • New forms of self-organized materials via theory and computation
    • Optimization of the discoveries of new self-organized materials and assembly processes via artificial intelligence and machine learning approaches
    • In situ characterization of the nanoparticle interactions
    • Emergent collective properties of assembled structures
    • Prospects of integrating self-organization into nanofabrication workflow, enabling the design of scalable functional devices
    Symposium organizers:
    Dmitry Baranov
    Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT)
    Elena V. Shevchenko
    Argonne National Laboratory, Center for Nanoscale Materials
    Agustín Mihi
    Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC), Spain
  • #CHEMNC21. Chemistry of Nanomaterials
    • Synthetic approaches for nanomaterials
    • Surface chemistry engineering of nanomaterials
    • Theoretical calculations
    • Characterization techniques for nanomaterials
    • Application-specific chemical design of nanomaterials
    Symposium organizers:
    Loredana Protesescu
    University of Groningen, The Netherlands
    Maksym Yarema
    Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Zurich
  • #NanoLight21. Photophysics and light emission of nanoscale semiconductors
    • Photophysics
    • Spectroscopy
    • Quantum dots
    • 2D materials
    • Perovskites
    • LEDs
    • Single-photon emitters
    Symposium organizers:
    Alexander Urban
    Ludwig Maximilians University (LMU) Munich
    Sascha Feldmann
    Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge - UK
  • #UPDOWN21. Photon transformers: Incoherent up- and down-conversion
    • Organic, hybrid, and inorganic materials & architectures for photochemical upconversion
    • Novel singlet fission materials, and fundamental studies of their photophysics
    • Understanding and harnessing lanthanide-based photon conversion
    • Probing and controlling energy transfer and transport in nanostructured materials
    • Spin-dependent exciton dynamics
    • Theory of multi-exciton interactions and energy transfer
    • Applications: including photovoltaics, photochemistry, detection, bioimaging, and drug release.
    Symposium organizers:
    Victor Gray
    Uppsala University, Ångström Laboratory, Sweden
    Lea Nienhaus
    Florida State University
    Mark Wilson
    University of Toronto
    Kaifeng Wu
    Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • #ORGELE21. Unpaired electron materials in organic electronics
    • Radical materials: synthesis, properties and applications
    • OMIECs: synthesis, properties and applications
    • Ionic and electronic transport
    • Device physics
    • Electrochemistry and spectroscopy of OMIECs and radicals
    • Emerging applications
    Symposium organizers:
    James Ryan
    Swansea University, Department of Chemistry
    Emrys Evans
    Swansea University, Department of Chemistry
    Eleni Stavrinidou
    Linköping University
  • #RETCHEM21. Reticular Chemistry for Sustainable and Clean Energy Applications
    • MOFs and COFs for carbon dioxide capture
    • MOFs and COFs for fuel storage and separation
    • MOFs and COFs for energy storage
    • MOFs and COFs photocatalysts for solar fuel production
    Symposium organizers:
    Mohamad Hmadeh
    American University of Beirut
    Wendy Queen
    Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL)
  • #DSSC21. Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
    • New Sensitizers
    • New Materials: electrodes, redox shuttles, charge transport, semiconductors
    • New Concepts for Photovoltaic Devices
    • Characterisation: device physics, photophysics and materials properties
    • Modelling and simulations
    • Applications: Modules, BIPV, IPV
    Symposium organizers:
    Marina Freitag
    School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, Newcastle University, UK
    Jared Delcamp
    University of Mississippi
Presentation #NSM21

Online nanoGe Spring Meeting is 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.

nanoGe aims to transform this new Spring edition into a global, sustainable and accesible conference as Speakers and Participants can connect from all over the wall without moving from their homes or workspace.

Dates: 9th - 12th March 2021

 

Important Dates
Abstracts submission deadline (oral): 1st February 2021
Abstracts submission deadline (poster): 1st March 2021
Scientific program: 8th February 2021
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