ISFOE21 Invited Speakers

Plenary Speakers

nello li pira

Dr. Nello Li Pira
Global Materials R&I and Roadmaps Manager, Fiat Research Centre, Italy

Evolution of materials in future vehicles: a new paradigm for the automotive components


Prof. Eugenia Kumacheva
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, University of Toronto, Canada

Bridging the gap between molecules and nanoparticles


Prof. George Malliaras
Prince Philip Professor of Technology, University of Cambridge, UK

Electronics on the Brain


Keynote Speakers


Prof. Thomas Anthopoulos, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), KAUST Solar Centre, Saudi Arabia
Molecular doping in state-of-the-art organic opto-electronics


Prof. Milan Damnjanovic, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Novel results on band topology of low-dimensional crystals


Prof. Feng Gao, Linkoping University, Sweden
Minimizing voltage losses in organic solar cells with a low energy offset


Prof. Georges Hadziioannou, University of Bordeaux, France
Solid-state electrocaloric cooling, from materials to devices


Prof. Efthimios Kaxiras, Harvard University, USA
Twistronics: Electron localization in stacked layers of 2D materials


Mr. Thomas Kolbusch, Vice President, COATEMA Coating Machinery GmbH, Germany
The pathway to a printed electronic Industry – Digital production – Artificial Intelligence for process performance improvement and sustainability in the production processes for coating, printing & laminating


Dr. Frederik Christian Krebs, infinityPV, Denmark
LBIC: possibly the most powerful imaging tool for solar cells


Prof. Elefterios Lidorikis, University of Ioannina, Greece
Infrared light detection with graphene


Prof. Thuc-Quyen Nguyen, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
The Role of Interfacial and Bulk Morphology on Organic Solar Cell Performance


Prof. Ravi Silva, University of Surrey, UK
Towards a Carbon Net Zero World with Nanoscale Designed Plastic Electronic Energy Harvesting Devices and Systems


Prof. Nir Tessler, Technion University, Israel
Device Synthesis - and engineering approach to material driven field


Prof. Koen Vandewal, Hasselt University, Belgium
Performance limiting factors in organic solar cells and photodetectors

Invited Speakers

adamovic Dr. Nadja Adamovic, Vienna University of Technology, Austria Ontology-driven data documentation for Industry Commons
andreopoulou Dr. Katerina Andreopoulou, Univerisity of Patras, Greece
High Molecular Weight Printable Aromatic Polyethers for OLEDs
bartolomeo Prof. Antonio Di Bartolomeo, University of Salerno, Italy
Two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenides in field-effect devices
baumann Dr. Peter Baumann, APEVA SE, Germany
Organic Vapor Phase Deposition (OVPD®) of OLED for Organic Display and Lighting Applications
berson Dr. Solenn Berson, CEA, France
High Efficiency Scalable Perovskite Photovoltaics
biscarini Prof. Fabio Biscarini, Center for Translational Neurophysiology, Italian Institute of Technology, Italy
Organic Neuromorphic Biosensors
boeffel Dr. Christine Boeffel, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research IAP, Germany
Solution processing of OLEDs and QD-LEDs – perspectives from large area processing to high resolution printing
brigancz Dr. Tamas Brigancz, Semilab Semiconductor Physics Laboratory Co. Ltd., Hungary
Inline Imaging Photoluminescence for roll-to-roll organic PV line
burgt Prof. Yoeri van de Burgt, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Organic neuromorphic electronics and biohybrid systems
campoy-quiles Dr. Mariano Campoy-Quiles, ICMAB-CSIC, Spain
Predicting the optimum blend composition in organic solar cells by combining high throughput screening methods and machine learning algorithms
camus Dr. Christian Camus, LayTec AG, Germany
Novel results on in-line and in-situ quality control of organic, inorganic and hybrid semiconductors
castro Dr. Fernando Castro, National Physical Laboratory, UK
Probing the nanoscale degradation mechanisms of perovskite photovoltaic materials with advanced atomic force microscopy
cavalcanti Dr. Welchy Cavalcanti, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM, Germany
VIMMP - Virtual Materials Marketplace
chachamidou Dr. Mara Chachamidou, National Delegate in Cluster “Digital, Industry & Space” of Horizon Europe, Managing Authority for RTDI, General Secretariat for Research and Innovation/GSRI, Greece
Presentation of the Horizon Europe Work Programme 2021-2022 for the Cluster "Digital, Industry & Space"
charlet Prof. Laurent Charlet, University Grenoble Alpes, France
Safe design of Ag-nanowire on printed paper electronics and its recycling
chatziparadisis Dr. Asterios Chatziparadeisis, Consultant, Former Director In General Secretariat of Research and Innovation, Greece
Research and Innovation in Nanotechnologies for the next Programming Period 2021 - 2027
claypole Prof. Timothy Claypole, Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating, Swansea University, UK
Screen printing large area flexible and wearable electronics
constantoudis Dr. Vassilios Constantoudis, NCSR Demokritos and Nanometrisis p.c., Greece
Mathematical and Computational Nanometrology: From error propagation to machine learning techniques
deligeorgis Dr. George Deligeorgis, FORTH IESL, Greece
Towards Transition Metal Dichalcogenide electronics
demadrille Dr. Renaud Demadrille, CEA, France
Organic dyes for semi-transparent and photochromic solar cells
dmitrovic Dr. Sasa Dmitrovic, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Classification of Quasi-one-dimensional Topological Crystalline Phases
donahue Dr. Mary Donahue, Linköping University, Sweden
Peripheral nerve interfaces: Optimizing wireless optoelectronic neurostimulation
fillon Prof. Bertrand Fillon, CEA/LITEN, France
goupidenis Dr. Paschalis Gkoupidenis, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany
Organic neuromorphic electronics: bio-inspired functions and local training in robotics
grancini Prof. Giulia Grancini, University of Pavia, Italy
Interface Engineering through 2D Perovskite Cation Modification: a route towards efficient and stable perovskite solar cells
harmandaris Prof. Vangelis Harmandaris, The Cyprus Institute, Cyprus
Computational modeling of polymer-based nanostructured materials: A synergy between simulations and data-driven algorithms
heeney Prof. Martin Heeney, Imperial College London, UK
Conjugated Polymers Containing Heavy Main Group Elements
hoppe Prof. Harald Hoppe, University of Jena, Germany
Organic Photovoltaics Quality Control by Pulsed-Phase Thermography
jenatsch Dr. Sandra Jenatsch, Fluxim AG, Switzerland
Material parameter extraction by traditional and machine learning based fitting approaches for the optimization of organic semiconductor devices
kaltzoglou Dr. Andreas Kaltzoglou, National Hellenic Research Foundation, Greece
Incorporation of Peltier coolers on perovskite solar cells
kavka Dr. Carlos Kavka, ESTECO SpA, Italy
Integration of material modelling with business decision support systems
kenanakis Dr. George Kenanakis, FORTH IESL, Greece
3D printed nanocomposite materials and (meta)materials for energy applications
kim Prof. Chang-Hyun Kim, Gachon University, Korea
Prospects of Organic Multi-Valued Logic Systems
kioseoglou Prof. Joseph Kioseoglou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Disentangling and Tailoring the Properties of Nanoparticles by Large Scale Computation
konchakova Dr. Natalia Konchakova, Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon, Germany
Quadruple Helix Innovation Model for modelling supported design of green protective coatings
martin krebs Dr. Martin Krebs, Varta Microbattery GmbH, Germany
Printed Batteries - New Applications and Funding
kucukpinar Dr. Esra Kucukpinar, Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV, Germany
Barrier Paper for Electronic Applications
losurdo Dr. Maria Losurdo, CNR-NANOTEC, Italy
Low-dimensional Phase-Change Chalcogenides Materials as a Novel Opportunity in Reconfigurable Photonics
ludwigs Prof. Sabine Ludwigs, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Controlled Crystallization & Electrochemical Doping Strategies of Films based on the two Work-Horses P3HT & P(NDI2OD-T2)
lupo Prof. Donald Lupo, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Printed Energy Harvesting and Storage for a Sustainable Internet of Things
mclachlan Prof. Martyn McLachlan, Imperial College London, UK
mekeridis Mr. Evaggelos Mekeridis, OET (Organic Electronic Technologies), Greece
Large Scale Manufacturing of fully printed Organic Photovoltaics (OPVs)
michels Dr. Jasper Michels, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany
Predictive Modelling of Structure Formation in Semiconductor Films Produced by Meniscus-guided Coating
milosevic Prof. Ivanka Milosevic, Department of Physics, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Band Inversion and Band Topology in 1T’-MoS2
petti Prof. Luisa Petti, University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy
Cost-effective and high throughput processing of flexible electronics: from materials to systems and applications
popovic Dr. Zoran Popovic, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Charge migration in carbon nanotubes induced by mechanical deformations
prassas Dr. Michel Prassas, Director External Relations-Europe, Corning European Technology Center, France
Flexible inorganic substrates for electronic device integration
proctor Dr. Christopher Proctor, University of Cambridge, UK
Dynamic devices for neural interfaces
puzyn Prof. Tomasz Puzyn, QSAR Lab Ltd., Poland
How can I help? Nanoinformatics for nanotoxicology and nanomedicine
quarti Dr. Claudio Quarti, University of Mons, Belgium
Layered 2D halide perovskites as natural quantum-well nano-architectures: a symmetry-analysis and ab-initio modeling perspective
raissi Dr. Mahfoudh Raissi, KELENN Technology, France
New Digital printing of efficient dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs)
ramon Prof. Eloi Ramon, Institute of Microelectronics of Barcelona IMB-CNM (CSIC), Spain
All-inkjet-printed electronic devices on flexible substrates: manufacturing, reliability and future challenges
roehm Dr. Holger Roehm, Karlsruhe Institute Technology, Germany
Implications of Ferroelectricity in Perovskite Solar Cells
sebastiani Prof. Marco Sebastiani, Roma Tre University, Italy
H2020 OYSTER - novel metadata structures for advanced materials characterisation
selzer Dr. Michael Selzer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Investigation the solidification of polymers in OLAE by the phase-field method
shafiee Prof. Hadi Shafiee, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA
Mobile health virus detection using nanoparticles, smartphones, and machine learning
stingelin Prof. Natalie Stingelin, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Lessons learnt with donor:acceptor photovoltaic blends applied to doped polymer systems
tsetseris Prof. Leonidas Tsetseris, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Computational modelling of the synthesis, processing and properties of two-dimensional materials
verdi Dr. Carla Verdi, University of Vienna, Austria
Accurate prediction of thermodynamic properties of materials from machine-learned force fields: thermal transport and phase transitions
vigolo Dr. Brigitte Vigolo, Institut Jean Lamour, CNRS, University of Lorraine, France
Chemically modified carbon nanomaterials for sustainable technologies
vitale Prof. Flavia Vitale, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Multiscale bioelectronics with nanostructured carbide MXenes
zacharias Dr. Marios Zacharias, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
Quantum confinement effects on the phonon-induced band gap renormalization of graphene quantum dots
zdetsis Prof. Aristides Zdetsis, University of Patras, Greece
Topological edge/end states in atomically precise graphene nanoribbons: their known and unknown properties and origin


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