ISFOE23 Invited Speakers

Plenary Speakers


Prof. Magnus Berggren
Laboratory of Organic Electronics and Wallenberg Initiative Materials Science for Sustainability, Linköping University, Sweden

Thiophene-Based Trimers for Evolvable and In-Vivo-Manufactured Electrodes and Electronics


Prof. Peer Fischer
Heidelberg University & Max Planck Institute for Medical Research, Germany

Nanostructures in motion: chemical motors and nanorobotic systems


Prof. Sir David King
Founder & Chair, Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge University, UK

The Climate Crisis: The State of Climate Science, and What Must be Done Now


Keynote Speakers

anthony Prof. John Anthony, University of Kentucky, USA
Crystal design for organic electronic devices
anthopoulos Prof. Thomas Anthopoulos, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
Strategies for improving the efficiency and stability of organic photovoltaics
hadziioannou Prof. Georges Hadziioannou, University of Bordeaux, France
Solid-state electrocaloric cooling, from materials to devices
hauch Dr. Jens Hauch, Helmholtz Institute Erlangen-Nuremberg for Renewable Energies, Germany
From materials acceleration to technology acceleration - closing the gap for printed photovoltaics
kolbusch Mr. Thomas Kolbusch, COATEMA Coating Machinery GmbH, Germany
Upscaling OPV into production tech - What are the obstacles to reach a competitive OPV industry in Europe
lidorikis Prof. Elefterios Lidorikis, University of Ioannina, Greece
Ultrafast interactions and saturable absorption in mid-IR graphene modulator
malliaras Prof. George Malliaras, University of Cambridge, UK
Technology for Bioelectronic Medicine
silva Prof. Ravi Silva, University of Surrey, UK
Printing Large Area and Scalable Organic and Perovskite Solar Cells
skabara Prof. Peter Skabara, University of Glasgow, UK
Stars in your eyes - monodisperse macromolecules for photonic and optoelectronic applications
so Prof. Franky So, North Carolina State University, USA
High Temperature Quantum Phenomena in Hybrid Perovskites
stingelin Prof. Natalie Stingelin, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Flexible Electronics: Challenges and Opportunities - a Materials Science Perspective
torsi Prof. Luisa Torsi, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
Single-molecule reliable detections with a large-area electronic interface

Invited Speakers

ackermann Dr. Jorg Ackermann, CNRS, France
Recent advances in processing and efficiency determination of organic solar cells for indoor energy harvesting
andreopoulou Prof. Katerina Andreopoulou, Univerisity of Patras, Greece
Organic, Polymeric and Hybrid Materials for Organic Electronics
bartolomeo Prof. Antonio Di Bartolomeo, University of Salerno, Italy
Pressure and temperature dependent photoconductivity in two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenide transistors
biscarini Prof. Fabio Biscarini, Italian Institute of Technology/University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Electrolyte-gated transistors based on ambipolar reduced graphene oxide: the mechanism of transduction of biorecognition events
campagna Dr. Dario Campagna, ESTECO SpA, Italy
From simulation workflows to decision process orchestration: BPMN in the context of material manufacturing
ciocca Dr. Manuela Ciocca, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy
Photo-sensitive bio-hybrid interfaces for biophotonic applications: from plants to human living cells
davino Dr. Gabriele Davino, Institut Neel, CNRS, France
Towards a comprehensive understanding of charge transfer, release and transport in doped organic semiconductors
defranoux Mr. Christophe Defranoux, Semilab Semiconductor Physics Laboratory Co. Ltd., France
Characterization of perovskite layers using in line compatible electrical and optical techniques
deligeorgis Dr. George Deligeorgis, FORTH IESL, Greece
2D electronics and sensors, towards smart electronic circuits
demadrillle Dr. Renaud Demadrille, Interdisciplinary Research Institute of Grenoble, CEA, France
Synthesis and characterization of highly conductive, printable and stretchable PEDOTs: application to thermoelectricity, photovoltaics and thermotherapy
djenizian Prof. Thierry Djenizian, MINES Saint-Etienne (EMSE), France
A new stretchable Li-ion microbattery design for wearable applications
donahue Dr. Mary Donahue, Linkoping University, Sweden
Peripheral nerve interfaces: Non-invasive stimulation using temporal interference and optoelectronics
dykeman Dr. Donna Dykeman, ANSYS, Inc., UK
An industry-driven "innovation ecosystem" for Organic Electronics supported by Materials Informatics
fahlteich Dr. John Fahlteich, KETMarket GmbH – Single Entry Point of the Convert2Green Open Innovation Network, Germany
Convert2Green – Open Innovation Network to accelerate uptake of climate neutral materials in innovative products
fillon Dr. Bertrand Fillon, ECP4 Chairman, IPC Strategic and Scientific President, France
Multi-layer polymer film extrusion with advanced technologies towards higher barrier and sustainable film applications
friis Dr. Jesper Friis, SINTEF, Norway
Use of ontologies for data documentation and semantic interoperability
garg Dr. Raghav Garg, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Nanocarbon bioelectronics: From cellular investigations to clinical translation
gkoupidenis Dr. Paschalis Gkoupidenis, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany
Organic electronics for neuromorphic sensing and bio-interfacing
el hadwe Dr. Salim El Hadwe, University of Cambridge, UK
In Situ-Actuated, Minimally infasive Spinal Cord Stimulator (MI-SCS): A Groundbreaking Approach in Pain Management
harmandaris Prof. Vangelis Harmandaris, The Cyprus Institute, Cyprus
In-silico Design of Polymer-based Nanostructured Materials via Simulations Across Scales and Machine-Learning Algorithms
heeney Prof. Martin Heeney, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
Design of readily upscalable donor and acceptor materials for photovoltaic applications
holder Dr. Alex Holder, A-Gas Electronic Materials, UK
A Novel Rheological Technique for Characterising Mechanical Properties of UV Curing Materials in Photolithography and Printing Applications
jenatsch Dr. Sandra Jenatsch, Fluxim AG, Switzerland
Analyzing trap state formation during degradation of thermally-activated delayed fluorescent OLEDs
keivanidis Prof. Panagiotis Keivanidis, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
Sustainable Light Management via Photon Energy Up-Conversion in Organic Semiconductors
kioseoglou Prof. Joseph Kioseoglou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Tailoring magnetic exchange bias and Curie temperature in Ni-based nanoclusters
kneer Dr. Aron Kneer, TinniT Technologies GmbH, Germany
A digital path for an accelerated computational design of novel membranes in biotechnology
koutsouras Dr. Dimitrios Koutsouras, Imec, The Netherlands
Bioelectronic devices and Therapeutic applications: The selective Vagus nerve stimulation as a paradigm of the new Bioelectronic Medicine era
luszczynska Prof. Beata Luszczynska, Lodz University of Technology, Poland
Role of interlayers in fully solution-processed organic electronics
maser Prof. Wolfgang Maser, Institute of Carbochemistry (ICB-CSIC), Spain
Graphene Oxide: Progress and Surprises
mclachlan Prof. Martyn McLachlan, Imperial College London, UK
Simple routes for engineering performance improvements in perovskite photovoltaics
mekeridis Mr. Evaggelos Mekeridis, Organic Electronic Technologies (OET), Greece
Achieving High-Volume Roll-to-Roll Manufacturing for Printed Flexible Organic Photovoltaics
menda Dr. Ugur Deneb Menda, NOVA School of Science and Technology (FCT NOVA), Portugal
Novel Concepts for Perovskite Solar Cells
milosevic Prof. Ivanka Milosevic, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Topological Carbon Nanotubes as Thouless Adiabatic Pumps
pappa Prof. Anna-Maria Pappa, Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Cell membranes on chip
li-pira Dr. Nello Li Pira, Fiat Research Centre, Italy
The importance of Raw Materials in the new Automotive components
pitsalidis Prof. Charalampos Pitsalidis, Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Conducting polymer scaffolds: A route towards 3D bioelectronics
pouliot Dr. Jean-Remi Pouliot, Brilliant Matters, Canada
Recent advancements in materials for scalable organic photovoltaics
puzyn Prof. Tomasz Puzyn, University of Gdansk, Poland
Safe and Sustainable by Design (SSbD) – a vital challenge for nanoinformatics
salzmann Prof. Ingo Salzmann, Concordia University, Canada
Factors Governing Charge Transfer in Doped Organic Semiconductors: Role of Structure, Dopant Strength, and Steric Hindrance
scamarcio Prof. Gaetano Scamarcio, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
Collective effects at the transducing interface of large-area label-free single molecule biosensors
schlenz Mr. Patrick Schlenz, Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology (FEP), Germany
Permeation barrier coatings for flexible opto-electronic devices
da-silva Dr. Arua Da Silva, University of Sheffield, UK
Materials and Technologies for Hydrogel-based Bioelectronics
simserides Prof. Constantinos Simserides, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Charge transfer and transport in bio-organic wires
smitka Dr. Vaclav Smitka, AMIRES, Czech Republic
ESNA - European Sustainable Nanotechnology Association
tekin Prof. Emine Tekin, Duzce University, Turkey
Development of Efficient and Stable Perovskite Solar Cells
vattuone Prof. Luca Vattuone, University of Genoa, Italy
Graphene chemistry: reactions under cover
volonakis Dr. George Volonakis, University of Rennes 1, France
Opto-electronic properties of novel perovskite(-like) materials for photovoltaics
yumusak Dr. Cigdem Yumusak, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
DNA – A bio-organic electronic material


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