TENTATIVE 24th IKSS 2019 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

 

Prof. Chihaya Adachi, OPERA, Kyushu University, Japan

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

2. Optoelectronics characteristics of organic semiconductor lasers

 

Dr Yoann Olivier, Université de Mons, Belgium

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

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

 

Prof. Dr Karl Leo, IAPP, Dresden, Germany

1. Electronic properties of blended organic semiconductors

2. High-Performance Organic Transistors

 

Prof. Hironori Kaji, Kyoto University, Japan

1.TADF and singlet fission

2. Multiscale charge transport simulation

 

Prof. Dr Hartmut Yersin, University of Regensburg, Germany

1. New trends in designing Cu(I) compounds with efficient and short-lived TADF

2. Zero-gap organic materials – Towards fourth generation OLEDs

 

Prof. Hiroyoshi Naito, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan

1. Full characterization of electronic transport properties in working
polymer light-emitting diodes via impedance spectroscopy
2. Interpretation of modulus spectra of organic field-effect transistors
(OFETs) - determination of OFET parameters

 

Mr. Junji Adachi, OPERA, Kyulux Inc., Japan

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

 

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

1. The development of deep blue TADF emitters for OLED

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

 

Prof. Mark E. Thompson, University of South California, USA

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

2. Thermally Enhanced Luminescence from linear, two-coordinate, coinage metal phosphors

 

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

1. Printed lasers based on metal-halide perovskite semiconductor

2. Efficient OLED light management by tailored optical disorder

 

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

Organic semiconductor lasers

 

Prof. Graham Turnbull, University of  St Andrews, Scotland

Organic Semiconductors for Explosives Sensing

 

Prof. Ebinazar Namdas, UQ, Australia

1. Organic Light Emitting Transistors

2. Low Threshold Organic Semiconductor

 

Prof. Ken Onda, Kyushu University, Japan

1. Principles and applications of time-resolved infrared spectroscopy

2. Structural dynamics in photofunctional materials studied by time-resolved infrared spectroscopy

 

Dr Ilona Stengel, Merck Group, Darmstadt, Germany

1. Material Synthesis for OLED Applications - Perspectives from Industry

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

 

Dr. Akihiro Kimura, Konica Minolta, Japan

1. The Trend of OLED in lighting industry

2. The superiority depends on the fabrication process of lighting OLED

 

Dr Diego Rota Martir, Cynora GmbH, Germany

Blue high-efficiency emitters for OLED applications

 

Dr Jacob Gavartin, Schrödinger Inc., UK

Schrödinger software presentation and training tailored to the IKSS profile