The Centre for Plastic Electronics is hosting its prestigious annual symposium on 10 and 11 June 2019. It will take place at Imperial College London and has already attracted several high-profile speakers to discuss their latest advances in the science and technology of organic conducting materials and of organic/flexible electronics and photonics. The program includes a day of short talks and poster presentations by students and early career scientists giving them a platform to highlight their recent work.
More information and details of how to register is available on our website: http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcollege/centres/plasticelectronics/eventssummary/event_20-2-2019-14-14-7. Abstracts submissions for poster presentations are open until the 31 May.
We are also delighted to host Prof Erwin Reisner of the University of Cambridge who will be giving his RSC Corday-Morgan Prize talk for his work on the development of solar-driven catalysis with molecularly engineered semiconductors and semi-artificial photosynthesis.
The symposium will cover all areas related to organic/plastic electronics and photonics, including chemistry, physics, materials science and device engineering. Confirmed speakers include:
- Christine Luscombe, University of Washington
- Andy Cooper, University of Liverpool
- Iain McCulloch, KAUST and Imperial College London
- Erwin Reisner, University of Cambridge
- Kwanghee Lee, GIST, South Korea
- Henry Yan, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
- Ji-Seon Kim, Imperial College London
- Artem Bakulin, Imperial College London
- Maria Ibáñez, Institute of Science and Technology, Austria
- Rachel Evans, University of Cambridge
- Oliver Dumele, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
- Hyejeong Seong, Imperial College London
- Rowena Brugge, Imperial College London
- Ludmilla Steier, Imperial College London
- Jess Wade, Imperial College London
- Alex Clark, Imperial College London
With more speakers being confirmed in the coming weeks, this will be an event not to miss!
If you cannot attend the Symposium next month, you can follow the hashtag #CPESymp19 on Twitter.