Almost all of today's electronic technology involves semiconductors, mostly silicon. Organic semiconductors represent an innovative solution towards flexible, large-area, cost-efficient circuits and devices. However, before such semiconductors can reach the market, issues with performance, processing, and reliability need to be solved.
Our European Commission-funded UHMob project aims at designing, synthesizing, assessing the performance of a novel generation of organic semiconductors creating a favorable environment for industrials.
Please refer to the website registration for more information on the event.
Do not miss our deadline of 31/07/2022 to submit your abstract for a talk or poster;
Please come and join us to learn about our Project outcomes and meet with our renown invited speakers:
Natalie Stingelin (Atlanta, USA)
Shu Seki (Kyoto, Japan)
Lucia Maini (Bologna Italy)
Kazuo Takimiya (Riken, Japan)
Natalie Banerji (Bern, Switzerland)
Paschalis Gkoupidenis (Mainz, Germany)
Looking forward to welcoming you.
The UHMob consortium