Symposium Univ Bordeaux

AMADeus | Organic Electronics Summer School | September 10th - 15th, 2017


Mohammad Khaja NAZEERUDDIN

Prof. Mohammad K. Nazeeruddin current research at EPFL focuses on Dye Sensitized and Perovskite Solar Cells, CO2 reduction, Hydrogen production, and Light-emitting diodes. He has published more than 550 peer-reviewed papers, ten book chapters, and inventor/co-inventor of over 75 patents. The high impact of his work has been recognized by invitations to speak at over 150 international conferences.



Mats Fahlman is currently professor in Surface Physics and Chemistry at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (IFM) of Linköping University. His current research focuses on Photoelectron spectroscopy, synchrotron radiation, organic semiconductors, organic electronics and spintronics, interface engineering and modeling.



Dr Fabrice Domingues Dos Santos got his Phd from Pierre & Marie Curie University , Paris, in polymer Science in 1999. He then joined Arkema in 2000 where he worked as a scientist and a research director until 2009. Since 2010 he is president of Piezotech (Arkema group).


Isabelle DUFOUR

Isabelle Dufour is currently Professor of electrical engineering at the University of Bordeaux and her research interests are in the areas of resonant MEMS for chemical detection, rheological measurements, material characterization and energy harvesting.


Benoît PIRO

Benoit Piro is Professor in Chemistry at the University of Paris Diderot. He is leading the research department Surfaces, Nanostructuration and Reactivity and the Bioactive Surfaces and Sensors group, where he is developing electrochemical and field-effect organic transistors for biosensing applications.



Dr Xavier Crispin is professor in Organic Electronics and he's leading the activities on solid-state electronic and energy devices based on conducting polymers at Linköping University.



Prof. Hamid Kellay is professor at the University of Bordeaux. He is affiliated with the Laboratoire Ondes et Matière d’Aquitaine where his current research activity consists of understanding flows in a variety of systems and under a variety of conditions.


Prof. Jean-Pierre LAUNAY

Jean-Pierre Launay led a CNRS laboratory “Centre d’Elaboration de Matériaux et d’Etudes Structurales” (CEMES) in Toulouse from 2003 to 2010, and is now Emeritus Professor. He developed Molecular Electronics and Nanosciences by using molecules specially designed to play the role of molecular devices or even molecular machine elements of nanometric dimensions. His present interest is about the control of molecular motions in these molecular machines.


Prof. Serge DELROT

After getting his Doctorat d’Etat in Plant Physiology in 1981 at the University of Poitiers, Prof. Serge Delrot was a CNRS scientist (1979-1988) before becoming a Professor of Plant Physiology at the University of Poitiers (1988-2006) and at the University of Bordeaux (2006-present). Since he moved to Bordeaux, his work is dedicated to grapevine physiology, as the Scientific Director of the ISVV (2006-2014) and as the Director of the UMR Ecophysiology and Grape Functional Genomics.


Dr. Benjamin BOUTHINON

After studies in electronics at Grenoble INP and trainee at Palo Alto Research Center, Benjamin worked at the CEA Liten and obtained in 2014 a PhD in organic electronics. He joined ISORG 3 years ago and is in charge of advanced development for image sensor and photodiodes.


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

Transistor à effet de champ organique


flexible OFET

Semi Conducting Polymers

Organic Materials

Molecular Electronics

Research Homo Lumo

DEL organic flexible

DEL organic