Polymers for Energy and Optoelectronic Devices (#361)

Organic polymers are developing as key materials in various energy-related devices and optoelectronic applications, such as solar cells, rechargeable batteries, fuel cells, displays, lasers, sensors, memories and transistors. Improvement of these devices as sustainable technologies in the near future rely on the discontinuous evolution of organic functional polymers as a substitute or counterpart of inorganic and semiconductor materials. This symposium aims at offering a forum for discussion on the latest development of functional polymers for organic electronics, focusing on the electric or electrochemical properties of target-designed polymers and their novel synthesis. Topics on electric charge transport, separation and storage and related photophysics and photoelectrochemistry of polymers are expected.
Last update: Dec 28, 2015