Symposium Univ Bordeaux

Organic electronics • 8th - 11th July, 2019


Program

 Organic electronics Summer School

July 8th – July 11th, 2019

Day 1

July 8th, 2019

Day 2

July 9th, 2019

Day 3

July 10th, 2019

Day 4

July 11th, 2019

  11:00 am-12:00 pm: Participant registration and welcome

  12:00-13:15 pm: Lunch


  01:30-03:00 pm: Lecture I: Polymer Materials for Energy,

by Prof. Natalie Stingelin - Georgia Tech

Coffee Break

  03:30-06:00 pm: Lecture II: Organic electronic inks from synthesis to printing processes,

by Prof. Hamid Kellay and Dr Eric Cloutet - Univ. of Bordeaux

  07:30-10:00 pm: Welcome dinner

  08:30am-12:00 pm: Lectures III and IV: Ferro and piezo-electric polymer materials

by Dr Mario Maglione - Univ. of Bordeaux and Dr Fabrice Domingues Dos Santos - Arkema Piezotech

Lunch

  02:00-06:00 pm: Practical session at ELORPrintTec

OR Free afternoon to explore the city of Bordeaux

Free evening

  08:30am-12:00 pm: Lectures V and VI: Perovskite solar cells - part I

by Prof. Hiroshi Segawa - Univ of Tokyo and Dr Solenn Berson - CEA

Lunch

  02:00-06:00 pm: Practical session at ELORPrintTec

OR Free afternoon to explore the city of Bordeaux

  07:30-11:00 pm: Wine tasting and Gala dinner

  08:30am-10:00 am: Lecture VII: Optical Manipulation in Chemistry and Material Science

by Prof. Hiroshi Masuhara - Univ of Taiwan

Coffee Break

  10:30am-12:00 pm: Lecture VIII: Perovskite solar cells - part II

by Prof. Takeru Bessho - Univ of Tokyo

Lunch

02:00pm: Departure

A certificate of participation will be awarded to students upon completion of the course.

Program may be subject to change.

The Organic electronics Summer School includes 13 courses and one practical work session in the ELORPrintTec facility in Bordeaux.
Each course is 90-minutes long, and the pratical work session lasts 3 and a half hours.


Organic electronics conjugated polymers photovoltaics flexible electronics semi-conductors OLEDs displays graphene carbon nanotubes lighting photo-detectors OFETs dye-sensitized solar cells small molecules energy storage thermoelectrics batteries perovskite photovoltaics

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