The OFET symposium series started in Leiden, The Netherlands, in 2003, after the successful demonstrations of the first organic field-effect transistors based on molecular single crystals. This development has initiated an ever growing activity with the purpose to explore fundamental limitations and intrinsic electronic properties of organic semiconductors by using single-crystal OFETs and other highly-ordered devices as experimental platforms and model devices. The emphasis of the symposium is on establishing a fundamental understanding of electronic processes in organic semiconductors (e.g. transport) in connection with chemistry, device physics, and designing novel functional interfaces.
Since 2003, this Symposium has become a tradition: it takes place every other year, rotating between the Europe, the US, and Asia. The presentations are by invitation only with the goal of fostering communication between the participants. The meeting is to be held in a highly interactive style, with a large fraction of time devoted to discussion.
an International Symposium on Fundamental Electronic Processes in Organic Semiconductors and Functional Interfaces
Alberto Salleo (Stanford University), Lynn Loo (Princeton University) and Vitaly Podzorov (Rutgers University).
Alberto Salleo (Stanford University), Lynn Loo (Princeton University), Vitaly Podzorov (Rutgers University), Alberto Morpurgo (Université de Genève), Jun Takeya (Osaka University), Yoshihiro Iwasa (University of Tokyo) and Antonio Facchetti (Polyera).
- Princeton Center for Complex Materials through NSF's MRSEC
- Princeton School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS)
- Princeton Institute for Research on the Science and Technology of Materials (PRISM)
- Rutgers University
- Rutgers Institute for Advanced Materials, Devices and Nanotechnology (IAMDN)