Later this week, I will attend the 5th Annual Solvay – COPE Symposium on Organic Electronics in Atlanta.
The forum is a great opportunity for large companies, small companies, and universities to converge. In addition, it is an excellent example of bringing leading research together from Europe, Japan, China, and the United States. As noted in previous blog discussions, OLED lighting and organic solar cells are cutting edge technologies for cleantech and nanotech. The forum agenda includes highlights such as:
- Electroluminescent Metal Complexes and Their Assemblies
- Influence of Film Microstructure Upon Charge Photogeneration and Recombination in Organic Solar Cells
- Understanding and Controlling Solar Energy Conversion: The Relationship Between Nanostructure and Efficiency
- Printed OPV for Affordable and Clean Power
- Solvay Developments in Organic Electronics