JSPS Core-to-Core/Leverthulme Trust 7th Joint Workshop, Nagoya 2017 "Organic Electronics of Highty-Correlated Molecular Systems"

JSPS Core-to-Core/Leverthulme Trust 7th Joint Workshop, Nagoya 2017 ”Organic Electronics of Highty-Correlated Molecular Systems”

Welcome

        

We welcome all of you to join JSPS Core-to-Core/Leverhulme Trust 7th Joint Workshop, Nagoya, 2017, "Organic Electronics of Highly-Correlated Molecular Systems", which will be held at Nagoya University and Hilton Nagoya, Japan.

In Core-to-Core program, researchers in Japan, UK, Canada and Russia have been assigned roles in “material synthesis”, “fundamental characterization”, and “device application”. By making use of the characteristic features of organic materials, such as strong electron-lattice interactions, which are usually associated with insulating properties in such materials, we will develop novel device designs and operation principles for organic electronics which benefit from these features, rather than just tolerate them. At the same time, we will also examine the effective carrier injection to organic semiconductors and magnets through novel transistor and/or photocell designs, and develop novel molecular properties and functions. In essence, our goal is to realize a win-win situation for both molecular science and organic electronics, and in both fundamental and applied research.

We are all looking forward to seeing you in Nagoya.


Workshop & Venue

Nov. 20th Mon

Lecture Hall, Noyori Materials Science Laboratory, Higashiyama Campus, Nagoya University.

Mon 21st Tue

Hilton Nagoya, 28th floor 'ONE O Five'

Banquet

Nov. 20th Mon

Hilton Nagoya, 4th floor 'Chikuen'

Excursion

Nov. 22nd Wed : One-day Bus Tour

8:30 Hilton Nagoya
Let's enjoy Japanese autumn at Hikone Castle & Sake Brewery celler tour/tasting together!
18:00 Hilton Nagoya

Hosted by: Kunio AWAGA, Nagoya University, Japan

Contact:C2C_Awaga@sci.nagoya-u.ac.jp

Prof. Kunio Awaga

JSPS Core-to-Core/Leverthulme Trust 7th Joint Workshop, Nagoya 2017 ”Organic Electronics of Highty-Correlated Molecular Systems”