Workshop on OLEDs, OTFTs & Sensors

workshop otfts

This Workshop will explore the cutting edge innovations in the development and fabrication of Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLED), Organic Thin Film Transistors (OTFTs) and Sensor devices, by state-of-the-art methods (wet chemical, printing, vacuum). These flexible devices have the potential to revolutionize Electronics, Energy generation, Lighting and Visualization of Information by integration to complex shapes, providing intelligence to numerous devices and applications.
This Workshop will provide a deep understanding of the fundamental aspects of the fabrication of OLEDs, OTFTs and Sensors, their optimization in terms of performance, efficiency and lifetime, whereas it will explore the technical challenges of their integration in existing and future products (e.g. Wearables, Automotive, Consumer Products, Agriculture, Healthcare, etc).

The topics for this Workshop include the following:

  • Novel organic/inorganic and hybrid materials for OLEDs, OTFTs and Sensors
  • Transparent Electrodes (organic, printable, inorganic, oxides), non-transparent Electrodes & dielectrics
  • Self-organized molecules and systems
  • Molecular Electronics
  • Electronic Structure and Interfaces
  • Charges & Excitons
  • Device Properties & Charge Transport
  • Advances in device architectures
  • Device optimization
  • Organic Light Emitting Diodes - OLED device architectures
  • OLEDs for Displays and e-paper
  • OLEDs for Lighting Systems
  • OTFTs by vacuum methods (e.g. VTE, sputtering, gas transport)
  • OTFTs fabrication by solution based methods (from spin coating to electrospraying and printing)
  • Sensors
  • RFIDs
  • Thin Film & Printed Batteries
  • Integrated Smart Systems & Components


Workshop International Organizing Committee (tentative)

Prof. Thomas Anthopoulos, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), KAUST Solar Centre, Saudi Arabia
Prof. Donal Bradley, University of Oxford, UK
Dr. Christine Boeffel, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research IAP, Germany


Supported by the Projects:

realnano logo H2020 REALNANO: "In-line and Real-time digital nano-characterization technologies for the high yield manufacturing of Flexible Organic Electronics"
cornet logo EU H2020-CORNET: "Multiscale Modelling and Characterization to optimize the Manufacturing processes of Organic Electronics materials and devices" (


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