The Georgia Tech Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics invites faculty, students, alumni, university administrators, and industry and government partners for a day of learning, networking, and celebration. The Symposium commemorates ten years of education, research, innovation, and industry partnership in the field of organic photonics and electronics. The Symposium includes; guest speakers, industry partner presentations, a networking lunch, and a research showcase (poster session & reception).
- Antoine Kahn (Princeton University), "Chemical Doping in Organic Semiconductors"
- Ching Tang (University of Rochester), "OLED - The Next Generation Display Technology"
- Valy Vardeny (University of Utah), "Organic Spintronics"
- Vivian Wing-Wah Yam (University of Hong Kong), "Versatile Chromophoric Building Blocks - From Design to Supramolecular Assembly and Materials"
Participants at the Symposium have the opportunity to:
- Learn about cutting-edge research from world-renowned faculty members
- Learn about research and products being worked on at partner companies
- Meet top students and graduates who are prepared for the workforce
- Discuss emerging trends with recognized experts in the field
- Find knowledge and ideas to solve challenging problems
- Connect with global researchers and companies
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The Symposium will take place at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center and lodging is available at the Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel or other nearby hotels.
About Georgia Tech-COPE
The Georgia Tech Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics (COPE) was established in 2003 with the objective to become a premier research and educational resource center. The focus on creating an ecosystem that would advance flexible organic photonic and electronic materials and devices and augment the educational experience for students and postdoctorals has resulted in numerous scientific achievements.