The Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics is pleased to welcome the following presenations at the upcoming Georgia Tech-COPE Graduate Seminar Series:
- O'Neil Smith, Understanding the Impact of the Structure of Surface Modifiers on the Dielectric Performance of Nanocomposite Thin Films
- James Hsu, Noble Metal Nonlinear Optical Mirrors
- Yungsang Kim, High Energy Density Sol-gel Thin Film Capacitor
- Ehsan Najafabadi, Highly Efficient Inverted Top-Emitting Phosphorescent OLEDs on Glass and Flexible Substrates
About the Georgia Tech-COPE Graduate Seminar Series
The Georgia Tech-COPE Graduate Seminar Series is a student-organized event where graduate students can present their ongoing research, improve their presentation skills, and receive feedback. It provides a non-threatening environment in which students give short talks followed by questions and discussion. The format of the meeting allows for 4 students to present their research. A reception after the meeting provides an opportunity for networking with other students.
The goals of the seminar series:
- Provide a venue for graduate students to present their research prior to conferences or defense
- Provide a forum for students to gain experience presenting their work
- Encourage collaboration among students
The series is a monthly event featuring organic photonics and electronics related research presentations. Students interested in giving a presentation must submit a title, abstract and photo by e-mail to Sharon Lawrence at least 1 month prior to the event.