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Symposia

  • #FUN-OrgBio. Fundamentals of Organic Bioelectronic Devices
    • Organic transistors and electrodes for sensing and stimulation
    • Drug delivery devices
    • Photo stimulation devices
    • Biochemical sensors
    • Wearable devices
    • Biotic/abiotic interface
    Symposium organizers:
    Eleni Stavrinidou
    Linköping University
  • #OrgCD22. Charge Dynamics of State-of-the-art Organic Solar Cells
    • Voltage loss mechanisms in NFA solar cells.
    • New thermodynamic efficiency limits.
    • Interplay between excitons, CT states and free charges in the low offset systems.
    • Charge generation in non-fullerene solar cells.
    • Role of kinetics and energetics in charge generation in non-fullerene solar cells.
    • Trap induced recombination.
    • Charge transport and recombination.
    • Thick junctions enabled by reduced recombination.
    • Interplay between nano-morphology and charge dynamics.
    • Doping engineering in OSCs.
    • Role of energetic disorder and tail states.
    • New methodologies to investigate charge dynamics in OSCs.
    Symposium organizers:
    Ardalan Armin
    Sustainable Advanced Materials (Sêr-SAM), Department of Physics, Swansea University, UK
    Safa Shoaee
    University of Potsdam, DE
  • #LowEnOpto22. Low-dimensional Semiconductors for Energy and Optoelectronic Research: a Journey from 0 to 2D
    • From 0D to 2D materials - synthesis, production and processing
    • Modelling and determination of electronic and optical properties in 0D and 2D materials
    • 0D and 2D materials for energy conversion and storage
    • Hybrid 0D-2D materials for emerging applications – synthesis, physical chemistry, photophysics, processing and device integration
    • Optoelectronic devices based on 0D and 2D materials
    Symposium organizers:
    Ilka Kriegel
    Istituto Italiano di tecnologiaa
    Teresa Gatti
    Justus Liebig University Giessen
    Francesco Scotognella
    Dipartimento di Fisica, Politecnico di Milano
  • #TSPV. Towards Stable Perovskite Photovoltaics
    • Degradation mechanisms in perovskite materials
    • Observation of degradation effects through device photophysics
    • Role of extraction layers and electrodes in device stability
    • Use of encapsulation and/or blocking layers for stability enhancement
    • New device structures for enhanced lifetime
    • Enhanced stability via compositional engineering and use of additives
    • Perovskite phase stabilisation
    • 2D/3D heterostructures for improved stability
    • Novel experimental methods for study of degradation
    Symposium organizers:
    Yana Vaynzof
    Technical University (TU) Dresden
    Feng Gao
    Linkoping University
    Zhuoying Chen
    Laboratoire de Physique et d’Etude des Matériaux, PSL Research University, CNRS UMR 8213, UPMC Sorbonne Université, ESPCI Paris
  • #NANOQ. Colloidal Semiconductor nanocrystals for Quantum Technologies
    • Synthesis of colloidal nanocrystals for optimized single- or entangled-photon generation
    • Methods to control single- and multiexciton recombination rates in single nanocrystals
    • New semiconductor nanocrystals for single-photon generation
    • Multi-exction processes and their spectroscopy in single nanocrystals
    • Application of colloidal seminconductor nanocrystals as quantum light sources
    Symposium organizers:
    Francesco Di Stasio
    Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT)
    Iwan Moreels
    Gent University - BE
    Riccardo Sapienza
    Imperial College London
  • #AutoNano. Automation and Nanomaterials
    • Computational Materials Discovery
    • Robotic Synthesis Platforms
    • Machine Learning in Quantum Chemistry
    • Automation of Calculations for Data Collection
    Symposium organizers:
    Ivan Infante
    Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT)
    Oleksandr Voznyy
    University of Toronto
  • #SNI. Semiconductor Nanocrystals I: Basic Science (synthesis, spectroscopy, electronic structure, device and application)
    • Nanocrystal synthesis :new material and structural control
    • Surface chemistry toward higher stability, enhanced optical feature and improved charge transprt
    • Spectroscopic properties : static and dynamics
    • Electronic structure measurement and theoretical modelling
    • Nanocrystal based device : field effect transistor, detector and LED
    • Application display, smart window, camera…
    Symposium organizers:
    Emmanuel Lhuillier
    Sorbonne Université
    Sandrine Ithurria
    Ecole Superieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles
    Angshuman Nag
    Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Pune
  • #PhotoPero. Photophysics of Halide Perovskites and Related Materials - from Bulk to Nano
    • Photophysics of bulk ‘3D’ halide perovskites
    • Photophysics of low-dimensional ‘2-0D’ halide perovskites
    • Photophysics of halide perovskite nanocrystals, rods, platelets
    • Defect photophysics
    • Ultrafast phenomena (hot carriers, polaronic distortions, etc)
    • Theory and simulations of the photophysical properties of halide perovskites
    • Emerging perovskite-related materials
    Symposium organizers:
    Sascha Feldmann
    Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge - UK
    Annamaria Petrozza
    CompuNet, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), Genova
    Ajay Ram Srimath Kandada
    Wake Forest University, US
  • #ChemNano22. Chemistry of Nanomaterials
    • Advanced synthetic routes to engineer functional nanomaterials in various forms (colloids, nanopowders, nanomaterials on templates, nanoporous materials) and various morphology (nanoparticles, nanoplates, clusters, thin films).
    • Surface engineering of nanomaterials to enable a device functionality (ligand exchange, surface reactions, core/shell growth).
    • Characterization techniques to study the structural features of nanomaterials, their surface and the mechanism of the reaction pathway (in-situ and ex-situ methods).
    • Theoretical calculations to elucidate the reaction mechanism and structural origin of nanomaterials functionality.
    Symposium organizers:
    Loredana Protesescu
    University of Groningen, The Netherlands
    Maksym Yarema
    Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Zurich
  • #OrgFun22. Behind the Device: Fundamental Processes in Organic Electronics
    • Photophysical processes in materials for organic electronics
    • Spectroscopic characterisation of organic electronic materials
    • Modelling and simulations of organic semiconductors
    • Charge separation, recombination and transfer in organic photovoltaics
    • Exciton and spin physics in materials for up/down conversion, singlet fission, TADF, organic LEDs
    • Spin and charge transport in organic semiconductors
    • Doping mechanisms for organic semiconductors
    Symposium organizers:
    Jose Manuel Marin Beloqui
    University of Malaga
    Claudia Tait
    University of Oxford
    Emrys Evans
    Swansea University
  • #ElectroCat. Electrocatalysis for the Production of Fuels and Chemicals
    • Fundamental strategies to design new electrocatalysis
    • Mechanistic understanding
    • In situ and Operando analyses
    • Molecular, inorganic, reticular and hybrid catalytic systems
    Symposium organizers:
    Julio Lloret Fillol
    Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ), Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST)
    James Durrant
    Imperial College London and Swansea University
  • #StEffOPV. Novel concepts for highly stable and efficient organic solar cells
    • Development of novel highly efficient organic solar cells molecules
    • Stability of organic solar cells
    • Upscaling of organic solar cell devices
    • Novel application areas for organic solar cells
    Symposium organizers:
    Vida Engmann
    University of Southern Denmark, SDU NanoSYD, Mads Clausen Institute
    Morten Madsen
    University of Southern Denmark
  • #OMIECs. Organic mixed-ionic-electronic conductors and their application in Emerging Technologies
    • Neuromorphic computing
    • Energy storage and energy conversion technologies
    • Photocatalysis
    • Actuators
    • Electrochromic displays (ECDs)
    Symposium organizers:
    Aristide Gumyusenge
    Stanford University
    Alexander Giovannitti
    Materials Science & Enginereing, Stanford University
Presentation #NSM22

The nanoGe Spring Meeting is a hybrid conference that will take place online on the 3rd & 4th of March 2022, and onsite in Torremolinos (Málaga, Spain) from the 7th to the 9th of March 2022. This conference is a unique series of symposia focused on advanced materials science, including preparation, fundamental properties, theory and applications, in fields such as renewable energy (solar fuels, photovoltaics, batteries), lighting, emerging semiconductors, nanocrystals, 2-D materials, and bioimaging.

By introducing the hybrid format, nanoGe aims to transform this edition of the Spring Meeting into a global event that provides an opportunity to Speakers and Participants to connect from all over the world for the part of the conference, as well as resume in-person scientific exchange on the scenic shore of Málaga.

 

Call for Symposia

The organizers invite members of scientific community to submit symposia proposals in “Call for symposia” by July 6th, 2021. We welcome scientific symposia dedicated to the development and application of organic and hybrid materials and devices in areas such as solar fuel, photovoltaics, emergent electronic applications and beyond.

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