This XXIVth International Krutyn Summer School on the "Next Generation Organic Light-Emitting Devices", will be an exceptional and unique event - it is organized jointly by:
- Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics Research (OPERA) in Kyushu University, Japan,
- Kyulux, Inc., Japan,
- Organic Semiconductor Centre, University of St Andrews, Scotland
- Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland.
THIS WILLBE THE LAST YEAR OF IKSS SERIES. This summer school is conceived as a high-level and highly intensive scientific event focusing on cutting-edge know-how aspects of organic photonics and electronics. This is really very exceptional opportunity for PhD students and young researchers to learn the most advanced science and technology provided by top-class Invited Speakers. THIS SUMMER SCHOOL WILL GRANT 14 CREDIT POINTS FOR PhD STUDENTS
HIGHLIGHT!!! SCHROEDINGER SOFTWARE TRAINING:
Schrödinger Materials Science team will present the overview “Atomistic modelling for OLED: analysis, optimization and discovery” (http://www.schrodinger.com/materials). Presentation will focus on new developments for in silico properties prediction and novel materials design. Discussion will be followed by a hands-on workshop, where participants will learn practical computational approaches for OLED problems and enabling capabilities of Schrödinger Materials Science Suite software.
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This Summer School aims at the state-of-the-art training in the form of lectures and scientific discussion sessions designed for PhD students and young researchers seeking to reinforce their knowledge and skills in the field of organic photonics/electronics.
Top experts in this area will deliver lectures and discussion sessions. The school is addressed for people already active in this R&D field, as well as for those new to the field, and to members of the EPSRC-JSPS core to core grant on novel light-emitting materials.
A number of social events will be also proposed to relax after the heavily-scheduled program, including: bonfire, boats on Krutynia River, guided or individual out-door activities (kayaking, trekking, bicycling, Nordic walking, first-class ballooning, etc.).
The Local Organizing Committee cordially invites you to take part in this Summer School.