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ICOE 2012- 8th International Conference on Organic Electronics

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The conference intends to cover all aspects of organic electronics, including materials and chemistry, transistors, OLEDs, photovoltaic cells, circuits and circuit design, manufacturing and inclusion in systems.

What
  • Conference
When Jun 25, 2012 09:00 to
Jun 27, 2012 05:00
Where Tarragona, Spain
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Organic electronics is a rapidly growing technology that is anticipated to compare with conventional microelectronics in the near future to make transistor circuits, displays and solar cells. Other application like sensors are expected. The International Conference on Organic Electronics was held from 2005 to 2008 in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. In 2009, ICOE moved to Liverpool, United Kingdom, in 2010 to Paris, in 2011 in Rome, while the 2012 edition will be held at the campus of University Rovira i Virgili (URV) in Tarragona, Spain.

Technical areas include, but are not limited to:

  • Materials and chemistry
  • Transistors
  • OLEDs
  • Photovoltaic cells
  • Circuits and circuit design
  • Manufacturing and inclusion in systems
  • Modelling

About the organizers

The conference is organized by the NEPHOS group, from the Department of Electronic, Electrical and Automatic Control Engineering of URV. The group is involved in the technology, characterisation and modeling (and in particular, compact modeling) of organic devices. They have organized previous events related to organic and flexible electronics and semiconductor device modeling: 2007 International Symposium on Flexible Electronics (ISFE), 2010 1st Training Course on Compact Modeling (TCCM), 2010 Compact TFT Modeling Workshop (C-TFT), as well as the yearly Graduate Student Meeting on Electronic Engineering, which reaches its 9th edition in 2012. The general chair of the conference is Prof. Benjamin Iñiguez.

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