preview all symposia

Bio- and soft materials

U

Advanced characterization of organic and hybrid materials

Understanding the doping and charge transport in organic semiconductors and hybrid perovskites is far from trivial due to the complex interplay between structure and optoelectronic properties. Therefore, it requires developing advanced and novel characterization techniques, which are the focus of the present symposium.

Scope:

Past research on conjugated organic materials (COMs) and organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite materials (OHPMs) revealed that understanding the fundamental physical processes in such materials often requires significantly adapting concepts which are otherwise well-established in inorganic semiconductor physics. Key phenomena such as doping related charge transfer, charge transport, exciton generation and dissociation as well as the role of anisotropy and microstructure are currently intensively studied and still not fully explained today. Increasing our understanding of these phenomena is, however, of utter importance both for fundamental science and any future application of COMs and OHPMs in novel technology based thereon. Clearly, this requires advanced characterization techniques to be developed and tailored to the particularities of these materials, both in experiment and theoretical modeling. The present symposium aims at stimulating an interdisciplinary discourse on advanced characterization techniques for COMs and OHPMs by bringing together current theoretical and experimental standpoints from physics, chemistry, and materials science. It further strives to discuss new developments, challenges, and perspectives in this field which arise from these techniques. The symposium addresses (but is not limited to) advanced characterization techniques that target structural, electronic, phononic, electrical, and thermoelectrical properties both theoretically and experimentally. A special focus lies on experimental techniques as performed at large scale research facilities such as synchrotron radiation sources and on the role of novel approaches in material science based on machine learning.

Hot topics to be covered by the symposium:

  • Interface and bulk doping in conjugated organic materials and hybrid perovskites
  • Charge-transfer processes at organic and hybrid heterojunctions
  • Structural, electrical and electronic characterization of interfaces and thin films
  • Characterization of thermoelectric properties
  • Phononics in organic and hybrid materials
  • Anisotropy in doped organic semiconductor systems
  • Charge transport in organic or perovskite two- and three-terminal devices
  • Advanced spectroscopic and microscopic techniques
  • Novel experimental techniques using synchrotron radiation
  • Theoretical modelling of doping, charge transfer and transport
  • Machine learning in material science of organic materials and hybrid perovskites
  • Novel applications and their performance characterization

List of invited speakers:

  • Oliver Fenwick, QMUL, UK
  • Alberto Salleo, Stanford University, USA
  • Sophia Hayes, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
  • Henning Sirringhaus, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Anne Guilbert, Imperial College London, London, UK
  • Elizabeth von Hauff, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Lay Lay Chua, National University of Singapore, Singapore
  • Satoshi Kera, Institute for Molecular Science, Japan
  • Andrew Musser, Cornell University, USA
  • Anna Köhler, University of Bayreuth, Germany
  • Carlos Silva, Georgia Tech, USA

Tentative list of scientific committee members:

  • Natalie Stingelin (Georgia Tech, USA)
  • Silvia Milita (CNR, Bologna, Italy)
  • Prof. Yves Geerts (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)
  • Mirko Cinchetti (University of Dortmund, Germany)
  • Norbert Koch (Humboldt Universtät zu Berlin, Germany)
  • Nobuo Ueno (Chiba University, Japan)
  • Egbert Zojer (TU Graz, Austria)
  • Luca Muccioli (University of Bologna, Italy)
  • Jérôme Cornil (University of Mons, Belgium)
  • Iain McCullough (Imperial College London, UK, and KAUST, Saudi Arabia)
  • Thomas Anthopoulos (KAUST, Saudi Arabia)
  • Marta Mas-Torrent (ICMAB, Spain)

No abstract for this day

No abstract for this day

No abstract for this day

No abstract for this day

No abstract for this day


Symposium organizers
Emanuele ORGIUInstitut national de la recherche scientifique – University of Québec

1650 Blvd. Lionel Boulet, Varennes (Québec), J3X 1S2, Canada

+1 514 228 6908
emanuele.orgiu@inrs.ca
Ingo SALZMANNConcordia University

Department of Physics, Department of Chemistry& Biochemistry 7141 Sherbrooke St. West, Montreal (Québec), H4B 1R6, Canada

+1-514 848 2424 ext. 4774
ingo.salzmann@concordia.ca
Natalie BANERJIUniversity of Bern

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Freiestrasse 3, CH-3012 Bern, Switzerland

+41 31 631 43 22
natalie.banerji@dcb.unibe.ch
Steffen DUHM Soochow University

Institute of Functional Nano & Soft Materials (FUNSOM), 199 Ren-Ai Road, Suzhou 215123, P. R. China

+86 512 6588 0371
duhm@suda.edu.cn