Invited Speakers

Alessandro Troisi
University of Liverpool
United Kingdom
„Models of polymeric mixed ionic and electronic conductors“
Ana Claudia Arias
University of California, Berkeley
United States
„Environmental Sensing with Printed and Flexible Sensors“
Ana Flavia Nogueira
University of Campinas
Brazil
„Towards more stable and understandable 2D and 3D/2D halide perovskite interfaces“
Andrew P. Monkman
Durham University
United Kingdom
„Key photophysical requirements for Ultra-Efficient Sensitisation in Hyperfluorescence OLEDs“
Angus Hip Lap-Yip
City University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
“Molecularly Engineered Interfaces in Perovskite Optoelectronic Devices”
Anna Painelli
Parma University
Italy
„Solid State Solvation“
Annette Köhler
University of Bayreuth
Germany
tbd
Antonio Facchetti
Northwestern University
United States
„Molecular and Polymeric Ionic-Electronic Conductors“
Aram Amassian
North Carolina State University
United States
tbd
Barry Rand
Princeton University
United States
„Organic thin film crystal growth: formation and propagation“
Birgit Esser
Ulm University
Germany
“Organic electrode materials for next-generation batteries”
Björn Lüssem
University of Bremen
Germany
„High Performance Vertical Organic Electrochemical Transistors“
Brigitte Voit
Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden
Germany
tbd
Chihaya Adachi
Kyushu University
Japan
tbd
Christine Luscombe
Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
Japan
“Advances in semiconducting polymer synthesis”
Christoph Brabec
Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Germany
Strategies for Accelerating the Development of a Resilient Organic Photovoltaic Technology
David Beljonne
University of Mons
Belgium
tbd
Derya Baran
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Saudi Arabia
tbd
Dieter Neher
University of Potsdam
Germany
„The Physics behind the small Fill Factor of low offset Organic Solar Cells“
Dimitri Perepichka
McGill University
Canada
“2D pi-Conjugated Polymers and Covalent Organic Frameworks”
Elizabeth von Hauff
Fraunhofer FEP/TU Dresden
Germany
„In-situ tools for studying functional interfaces in energy conversion devices“
Ellen Moons
Karlstad University
Sweden
tbd
Emmanuel Flahaut
CNRS/Université Paul Sabatier
France
„Non-invasive drug delivery through skin electroporation: materials science and electrical engineering aspects“
Emrys Evans
Swansea University
United Kingdom
„Molecular spin-optical dynamics for optoelectronics and beyond“
Erin Ratcliff
Universtiy of Arizona
United States
„Soft Photoelectrochemical Systems for Solar Fuels”
Fabrizio Torricelli
University of Brescia
Italy
“Enhanced Sensing and Biointerfacing with Intelligent Bioelectronic Systems and Organic Artificial Neurons”
Feng Gao
Linköping University
Sweden
„Minimized voltage losses in organic solar cells“
Feng Li
Jilin University
China
„Energy transfer between Singlet, triplet and doublet“
Frank Würthner
University of Würzburg
Germany
„Supramolecularly engineered dye aggregates for narrowband photodiodes“
Franziska Lissel
IPF Dresden
Germany
„Block copolymers for malleable polymer electronics“
Frederic Lacquai
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Saudi Arabia
„Photophysics of Non-Fullerene Acceptor Organic Solar Cells“
Giulia Grancini
University of Pavia
Italy
„Breaking low efficiency limit in 2D hybrid perovskite solar cells by controlling crystal growth“
Gitti Frey
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Israel
„Blend-based organic electrochemical transistors“
Guglielmo Lanzani
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
Italy
„How to manipulate cells with light: the molecular phototransducers“
Hagen Klauk
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research
Germany
tbd
Hans Kleemann
TU Dresden
Germany
„Complexity in Organic Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors and its Application in Neuromorphic Computing“
Han Young Woo
Korea University
South Korea
„Conjugated polyelectrolytes are compatible with perovskites: Applications in Perovskite LEDs and Solar Cells“
Harald Ade
North Carolina State University
United States
„Molecular interactions and their impact on performance, stability and toughness of polymer-based solar cells“
Hironori Kaji
Kyoto University
Japan
„Material Design, Multiscale Simulation, Device Fabrication and NMR for Realization and Analysis of Highly-Efficient OLEDs“
Hiroshi Yamamoto
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
Japan
„Chirality-based spintronic devices with molecular materials“
Hongzheng Chen
Zhejiang University
China
tbd
Iain McCulloch
University of Oxford
United Kingdom
„Responsive Semiconducting Polymers“
Jadranka Travas-Sejdic
University of Auckland
New Zealand
„A strategy towards biomimetic and transient polymer (bio)electronics“
Jana Zaumseil
Heidelberg University
Germany
“Defect-enhanced and circularly polarized near-infrared emission from single-walled carbon nanotubes”
Jenny Nelson
Imperial College London
United Kingdom
tbd
Ji-Seon Kim
Imperial College London
United Kingdom
tbd
Jian Pei
Peking University
China
tbd
Jianguo Mei
Purdue University
United States
n-PBDF: Rival, Competitor, and Partner to PEDOT
Jodie Lutkenhaus
Texas A&M University
United States
„Unraveling Mixed Electron-Ion Transport in Redox-active Polymers Using Gravimetric Analysis“
Johannes Benduhn
TU Dresden
Germany
„Semitransparent near-infrared organic photodetectors for versatile advanced optical applications“
John de Mello
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Norway
tbd
Jonas Bergqvist
Epishine/Linköpings Universitet
Sweden
„Industrial roll to roll Printed OPV for indoor applications“
Joon Hak Oh
Seoul National University
South Korea
„Harnessing Multiscale Chirality in Organic Semiconductors for Advanced Optoelectronics“
Jovana Milic
University of Fribourg & EPFL
Switzerland
„Dynamic Control of Hybrid Materials in Photovoltaics“
Jun Takeya
University of Tokyo
Japan
„Electronic coherence and correlation in organic two-dimensional hole-gas systems“
Kazuo Takimiya
Tohoku University
Japan
„Control of Crystal Structures of Molecular Semiconductors by Molecular Design“
Kilwon Cho
Pohang University of Science and Technology
South Korea
„Engineering Charge Transport Properties in Doped Conjugated Polymers for Organic Thermoelectrics“
Klaus Meerholz
Universität Köln
Germany
tbd
Koen Vanderwal
Hasselt University
Belgium
„New device architectures and performance limitations of organic infrared sensors“
K. S. Narayan
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
India
“Feasibility and utility of large scale LBIC imaging along with EL imaging of solar PVs for accurate analysis”
Le Yang
A*STAR
Singapore
„Novel strategies in printable photon-upconversion, OLEDs and wearable electronics“
Loredana Protesescu
University of Groningen
Netherlands
“2D vs 3D metal halide perovskite nanostructures and their optoelectronic properties”
Luisa Torsi
University of Bari Aldo Moro
Italy
„Single-molecule assays for point-of-care applications“
Malte Gather
University of St Andrews
United Kingdom
“Strong light matter coupling provides a new degree of freedom for optoelectronic device design”
Marta Mas
Institut de Ciència de Materials (ICMAB-CSIC)
Spain
„Blending small molecule semiconductors with polystyrene for improving OFETs reliability and performance“
Martin Dressel
University Stuttgart
Germany
„Molecular Quantum Electronics“
Martin Heeney
Imperial College London
United Kingdom
„Applications of conjugated polymers by post-polymerization functionalization“
Mats Anderson
Flinders University
Australia
„Photovoltaic devices and photocatalytic nanoparticles made from unconventional amorphous donor:acceptor ratios“
Megumi Akai-Kasaya
Osaka University
Japan
tbd
Michael Saliba
University of Stuttgart
Germany
„Shedding Light on Wide Bandgap Perovskites“
Mike Hack
Universal Display Corporation United States
tbd
Monica Lira-Cantu
Catalan Institue of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Spain
„Halide perovskite/MXene heterojunctions for stable solar cellsHalide perovskite/MXene heterojunctions for stable solar cells“
Mukundan Thelakkat
University of Bayreuth
Germany
„Conjugated polymer design and doping towards bioelectronics and thermoelectrics“
Narcis Avarvari
CNRS – University of Angers
France
„Chirality related properties in molecular conductors“
Natalie Banerji
University of Bern
Switzerland
“Charge generation in single component materials for solar cells”
Natalie Stingelin
Georgia Institute of Technology
United States
tbd
Norbert Koch
HU Berlin
Germany
tbd
Oana Jurchescu
Wake Forest University
United States
„Stability of Solution-Processed Organic Transistors under Bias Stress“
Paschalis Gkoupidenis
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Germany
„Organic neuromorphic Electronics“
Paul Shaw
University of Queensland
Australia
“Fluorescence-based sensors for the detection of illicit drugs”
Peter Reiss
CEA Grenoble
France
Quantum dot / perovskite hybrid materials for optoelectronics“ 
Prashant Sonar
Queensland University of Technology
Australia
“Conjugated Polymers with Enhanced Mechanical Properties for Stretchable Electronics”
Renaud Demadrille
CEA Grenoble
France
“Photochromic donor-acceptor molecules for use in semi-transparent solar cells with dynamic optical properties”
Rene Janssen
Eindhoven University of Technology
Netherlands
„Material and Device Design for Multijunction Perovskite Solar Cells“
Richard Friend
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom
„spin radical organic semiconductors“
Roisin Owens
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom
tbd
Sabine Ludwigs
University of Stuttgart
Germany
“Adaptive Mixed Conducting Polymer Films for Organic Electronics and Soft Robotics”
Sahika Inal
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Saudi Arabia
tbd
Sam Bayliss
University of Glasgow
United Kingdom
„Spin-light interfaces in molecular systems“
Ifor Samuel
University of St Andrews
United Kingdom
“OLEDs with Record Light Output and an Electrically Driven Organic Laser”
Satish Patil
Indian Institute of Science
India
„Ion Insertion in Organic Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conductors“
Sebastian Reineke
TU Dresden
Germany
„Applications based on persistent luminescence: programmable luminescent tags, oxygen sensors, and wavelength trackers“
Serdar Niyazi Sariciftci
Johannes Kepler University of Linz Austria
„Organic and Bio-organic Conductors and Semiconductors for Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 into Artifical Fuels“
Seunghyup Yoo
KAIST
South Korea
„OLEDs in various form factors and their applications to information display and healthcare“
Shigehiro Yamaguchi
Nagoya University
Japan
„Main-group-based pi-electron materials with NIR-fluorescence properties“
Shuxia Tao
Eindhoven University of Technology
Netherlands
„Twisting light and spin by chiral perovskites: insights from atomistic and molecular simulations“
Simon Kahmann
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom
„Unravelling the Photophysics of Halide Perovskites with PL Spectro-microscopy“
Simone Fabiano
Linköping University
Sweden
„Organic mixed conductors for brain-inspired electronics“
Simone Fratini
Institut Néel & CNRS
France
„Transport and doping of organic semiconductors”
Stefaan de Wolf
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Saudi Arabia
„Pathways to Efficient and Stable Perovskite/Silicon Tandem SolarCells“
Stefan Mannsfeld
TU Dresden
Germany
tbd
Suchi Guha
University of Missouri
United States
„Visualizing carrier transport in organic field-effect transistors using nonlinear optical imaging“
Thomas Kirchhartz
Universität Duisburg-Essen
Germany
tbd
Thomas Weitz
Universität Göttingen
Germany
“Electron transport in monolayer organic semiconductors: role of grain boundaries and interfaces”
Torsten Fritz
University Jena
Germany
tbd
Tracy Clarke
University College London
United Kingdom
“Measuring triplet states in organic photovoltaic materials”
Tsuyoshi Sekitani
Osaka University
Japan
tbd
Uli Lemmer
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Germany
“Printed thermoelectric generators and sensors”
Ullrich Scherf
Bergische Universität Wuppertal
Germany
„Stiff, ladder-like aromatic polymer architectures“
Vinod Menon
City College & Graduate Center
United States
Organic exciton polariton condensates and lattices / Exciton-Polaritons in 2D materials including magnets
Wenping Hu
Tianjin University
China
tbd
Wojciech Pisula
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Germany
„Two-Dimensional Hybrid Perovskites in Field-Effect Transistors“
Xinliang Feng
Technische Universität Dresden Germany
„Two-Dimensional Conjugated Polymers: from Dream to Reality“
Yana Vaynzof
Leibniz IFW Dresden
Germany
„Heterojunction structures for perovskite photovoltaics“
Ying Diao
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
United States
„Printing chiral electronics for controlling spin transport“
Yohei Yamamoto
University of Tsukuba
Japan
„Supramolecular Design of Organic/Polymeric Micro Photoemitters for Advanced Optical and Laser Applications“
Yong Xu
Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications
China
tbd
Yunqi Liu
Chinese Academy of Sciences
China
Atomic/Molecular Scale Fabrication for 2D Materials“