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Colloquium on Advanced Materials

Colloquium on Advanced Materials

Colloquium on Advanced Materials

Colloquium on Advanced Materials

Colloquium on Advanced Materials

by the Centre for Advanced Materials and the InnovationLab

Beginning in the winter term 2014/15, the Colloquium of Advanced Materials by the Centre for Advanced Materials and the Innovation Lab (former "CAM Colloquium") is intended as a series of talks dedicated to the field of Organic and Molecular Electronics.

The colloquium presents internal and external speakers from the fields of physics, chemistry, physical chemistry and modelling on the topic of Organic Electronics.

The topics of the talks range from the electronic properties of molecules and organic materials, materials synthesis and fundamental electronic processes in “soft matter” to issues of device performance and fabrication.

Proposals for speakers, comments and suggestions are highly desired and should be sent to Dr. Mercedes Bohnwagner, the coordinator of the colloquium. The project is run in cooperation with the InnovationLab.

The project is intended to further promote the formation of a scientific community around CAM and InnovationLab, including physics, chemistry, physical chemistry and, last but not least, modelling. Please bring along students and coworkers as well!

Venue

The colloquium takes place in the CAM seminar room 01.413 (first floor). See how to find us.

Talks summer 2018

October 11, 2018, 5 p.m.

Contact-free Conductivity Measurements in Organic 2D Materials
Prof. Dr. Mischa Bonn
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Mainz

November 8, 2018, 5 p.m.

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Dr. Claire Viellveille
Paul Scherrer Institut
Villigen, Switzerland

December 6, 2018, 5 p.m.

t.b.a.
Dr. von Wrochem

January 17, 2019, 5 p.m.

t.b.a.
Prof. Dr. Milan Kivala
Organisch Chemisches Institut and Centre for Advanced Materials
Heidelberg University

Archive

For talks in past semesters see the Colloquium's archive.

 
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