Symposium Univ Bordeaux

« Hierarchical assembled Organic Materials for ElectRonICs » Fall School I October 13-16, 2014


The first HOMERIC Industrial Chair School aims to address the state of the art of the scientific and engineering developments of the electronic and organic electronic technologies by bridging the gap between fundamental scientific approaches inspired by creativity and innovation and the constraints set by industry, markets and human actors.

The school is meant for master and graduate level students as well as all those interested (university and industrial actors) in the academic and industrial frontier development of the emerging technologies of Organic Electronics.

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Thermoelectric Ferroelectric Organic semiconductors Self-assembling Directed self-assembling Interfaces in organic electronic devices Formulations of polymers Thin polymer films Nanostructuring of functional polymer materials Material sciences and engineering Cultural mix of international scientists and engineers

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