2nd International Fall School on Organic Electronics


Photos from IFSOE 2015 are available here.

The Organizing Committee cordially invites you to participate in the 2nd International Fall School on Organic Electronics. Organic Electronics is a booming multidisciplinary field that unites efforts of chemists, material scientists, physicists, and engineers in a quest for the new generation of flexible, lightweight, and transparent electronic/optoelectronic devices such as organic solar cells (OPV), field-effect  transistors (OFET), light-emitting transistors (OLET), light-emitting diodes (OLED) etc. The IFSOE 2015 covers all the key aspects of Organic Electronics from fundamentals, materials, spectroscopy and electro/photophysics to devices to give the attendee a comprehensive view of the field from the molecular to device level and from fundamentals to applications.

The IFSOE was first launched in 2014 and according to the responses from the lectures and participants was very successful. It covers all aspects of the organic electronics and includes tutorial lectures, oral presentations and poster sessions. The IFSOE 2014 details can be found at the web-page http://www.ispm.ru/ifsoe-2014/.

The IFSOE-2015 will address basics and recent advances in organic electronics according to the following topics:

1) Fundamentals of organic electronics: charge transport, modeling, photophysics, etc.
2) Materials for organic electronics: organic conductors and semiconductors, dielectrics, substrates, etc.
3) Organic field effect transistors: single crystal, polymer and monolayer OFETs, integrated circuits and related devices.
4) Organic light emitting devices: OLEDs and OLETs, white light-emitting devices, TADF devices, organic lasers.
5) Organic and hybrid solar cells: small molecules and polymer photovoltaics, tandem cells, perovskites-based photovoltaics, etc.
6) Organic sensors: physical (pressure, temperature, photo, etc.) sensors, chemo- and biosensors.
7) Characterization techniques: various spectroscopy, microscopy, and x-ray scattering techniques,
charge mobility measurements, thermal and surface analysis, HOMO and LUMO evaluation, etc.
8) Technologies of organic electronics: printing of organic materials and devices, roll-to-roll techniques, ink formulations, encapsulation, biomedical applications, etc.

The School Program will include high-level tutorial lectures of world leading scientists, short talks selected from the submitted abstracts and posters. The official language is English.

Registration and abstract submission

First information letter

UPD. The final IFSOE program is available here.

Poster guidelines: A1 format (594 mm wide and 841 mm in height, portrait orientation) is recommended for poster presentations. Necessary stationery will be provided to mount the posters.

Oral presentations are planned to be 15 minutes long including questions.