Sunday, September 01


20.00: Reception, Dinner and Welcome Address: Prof. Marek Pietraszkiewicz, XXIV  IKSS Director


Monday, September 02


08.30: Welcome Remarks: Prof. Chihaya Adachi, Prof. Ifor D. W. Samuel, Mr Junji Adachi, Prof. Marek Pietraszkiewicz, XXIV IKSS Directors

Chair: Prof. Chihaya Adachi

Dr Yoann Olivier, Université de Mons, Belgium

08.45: 1. A primer on electronic structure calculations with focus on charge-transfer excitations

09.30: 2. Energetics and dynamics of singlet and triplet excitations in TADF materials

10.15: Discussion

10.45: Coffee break

Prof. Dr. Hartmut Yersin, University of Regensburg, Germany

11.00: 1. New trends for Cu(I)-TADF complexes: Singlets, triplets, SOC, and ISC

11.45: Coffee break

12.00: 2. Approaching zero-gap organic materials – Towards fourth generation OLEDs

12:45: Discussion

13.00: Lunch and Outdoor activities

Chair: Prof. Ifor D. W. Samuel

Prof. Eli Zysman Colman, University of  St Andrews, Scotland

16.00: 1. The development of deep blue TADF emitters for OLED

16.45: Coffee break

17.00: 2. Accurate Modelling and Development of Multi-resonant Emitters for OLEDs

Prof. Ken Onda, Kyushu University, Japan

17.45: Principles and applications of time-resolved infrared spectroscopy

18.30: Discussion

19.00: Dinner

20.00-21.30 SHORT TALKS  I


Tuesday, September 03


Chair: Prof. Eli Zysman-Colman

Prof. Ifor D. W. Samuel, University of  St Andrews, Scotland

08.45: Organic Semiconductor Lasers

Prof. Chihaya Adachi, OPERA, Kyushu University, Japan

09.30: 1. Organic charge-transfer states with versatility functions in optoelectronic devices

10.15: Discussion

10.45 coffee break

Prof. Chihaya  Adachi, OPERA, Kyushu University, Japan

11.00: 2. Optoelectronics characteristics of organic semiconductor lasers

Prof. Ebinazar  Namdas, University of Queensland, Australia

11.45: Organic Light Emitting Transistors

12.30: Discussion

13.00: Lunch and Outdoor activities

Chair: Dr Yoann Olivier

Prof. Peter Djurovich, University of South California, USA

16.00: Triplet harvesting to achieve 100% efficient OLEDs: Why Samsung bought into this early on

16.45 coffee break

Prof. Peter Djurovich, University of South California, USA

17.00: Thermally Enhanced Luminescence from linear, two-coordinate, coinage metal phosphors

Prof. Hiroyoshi Naito, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan

17.45: Full characterization of electronic transport properties in working

polymer light-emitting diodes via impedance spectroscopy

19.00-20.00: Dinner

20.00-24.00: DISCOTHEQUE


Wednesday, September 04


08.30-13.00: Outdoor activities and excursion

14.00: Lunch

Chair: Prof. Ebinazar Namdas

Dr  Jacob Gavartin, Schrödinger Inc., UK

15.00: To be defined

Prof. Dr Uli Lemmer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, LTI, Germany

16.00: Printed lasers based on metal-halide perovskite semiconductor

16.45: coffee break

Prof. Dr Uli Lemmer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, LTI, Germany

17.00: Efficient OLED light management by tailored optical disorder

Prof. Graham Turnbull, University of  St Andrews, Scotland

17.45: Organic Semiconductors for Explosives Sensing

18.30: Discussion

19.00: Dinner

20.00-23.00: POSTER SESSION


Thursday, September 05


Chair: Dr Junji Adachi


10.45: coffee break

Chair: Prof. Hiroyoshi Naito

Prof. Dr Karl Leo, IAPP, Dresden, Germany

11.00: Electronic properties of blended organic semiconductors

11.45: High-Performance Organic Transistors

12.30: discussion

13.00: Lunch, Outdoor activities

Chair: Prof. Dr Karl Leo

Dr. Junji Adachi, Kyulux Inc., Japan

16.00: Hyperfluorescence(TM): a game changing technology for OLED display

16.45 coffee break

Prof. Hironori Kaji, Kyoto University, Japan

17.00: 1. TADF and singlet fission

17.45: 2. Multiscale charge transport simulation

18.30: Discussion

19.00: DINNER

20.00-24.00: BONFIRE


Friday, September 06



Chair: Prof. Hironori Kaji

10.45: coffee break

Dr Diego Rota Martir, Cynora GmbH, Germany

11.00: Blue high-efficiency emitters for OLED applications

Dr Ilona Stengel, Merck Group, Darmstadt, Germany

11.45: 1. Material Synthesis for OLED Applications - Perspectives from Industry

12.30: Discussion

13.00: Lunch

Chair: Prof. Peter Djurovich

Dr Ilona Stengel, Merck Group, Darmstadt, Germany

14.00: 2. Learnings from OLED Material Device Testing - Perspectives from Industry

Dr. Akihiro Kimura, Konica Minolta, Japan

14.45: The Trend of OLED in lighting industry

15.30: discussion

16.00: Coffee break

Chair: Prof. Graham Turnbull

Dr. Akihiro Kimura, Konica Minolta, Japan

16.15: The superiority depends on the fabrication process of lighting OLED

17.00: Discussion

17.30: Awards, Concluding Remarks, and Farewell Boats on Krutynia River

19.00: Dinner


Saturday, September 07: Departure to Warsaw at 08.00 a.m.