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International Conference on Charge Carrier Dynamics at the Nanoscale (CCDNano16)

Date Mo, 12.09.2016 - Di, 13.09.2016
Time All day
Location Maritim proArte Hotel, Berlin, Germany
Program You are invited to participate in the International Conference on Charge Carrier Dynamics at the Nanoscale (CCDNano16), to be held in Berlin, Germany, from 12-13 September 2016.

Unraveling the nature of charge carrier dynamics taking place at the nanoscale is of pivotal interest for many different scientific disciplines. Furthermore, from a practical point of view, tuning charge transfer, recombination and transport in organic and inorganic nanocomposites and bulk materials represents a the key aspect for the further optimization of novel nanostructured-based applications (e.g. solar cells, batteries, sensors, molecular electronics, catalysts...). The CCDNano meeting will bring together experts from different scientific fields in order to trigger interdisciplinary discussions and collaborations. We expect this conference to serve as a platform in order to share, advance and potentially unify methodologies and theories from different research sub-fields. Ultimately, the aim of the conference is to break the boundaries between chemistry, physics, biology and engineering concerning the nature of charge transfer, recombination and transport processes taking place at the nanoscale.

Invited Speakers

Mischa Bonn (Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, DE)
David Cahen (Weizmann Institute, IL)
Filippo de Angelis (ISTM-CNR Perugia, IT)
James Durrant (Imperial College, UK)
Bruno Ehrler (AMOLF Amsterdam, NL)
Arjan Houtepen (TU Delft, NL)
Jenny Nelson (Imperial College London, UK)
Abraham Nitzan (Tel Aviv university, IL)
Annamaria Petrozza (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, IT)
Oleg Prezhdo (University of South California, US)
Alessandro Troisi (University of Warwick, UK)
Eva Unger (Lund University, SE)
Vanessa Wood (Laboratory for Nanoelectronics, CH)
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