Over the last years, enormous technological achievements have been made in the field of organic electronics and photonics and some applications such as light-emitting diodes, photovoltaics, and flexible electronic paper are now in an advanced stage of commercialisation. However new functional organic materials are still missing to enable the next generation of applications.
These materials should allow new or enhanced properties in electron transport, conversion of photons into electrons and/or conversion of electrons into photons and being printed in a continous process.
The Organic Nanomaterials for Electronics and
Photonics project will develop the missing high-performance,
low-cost multifunctional materials and their process
to strengthen industrialization of the electronics and photonics sector in Europe thanks to the synergy between academic and industrial research and the integration of complementary competences.
Duration: January 1, 2009 to December 31, 2011; Budget: 26 million Euro (18 million Euro from the European Commission); Partners: 28 organisations and around 200 researchers
Jan 13, 2012
Summer schools in June 2012
Two international summer schools will be organised in Krutyn, Masurian Lake District, Poland. In the week of June 12-18, 2012: " Frontiers in Advanced Organic Materials for Next Generation Electronics" and then in June 19-25, 2012 "Frontiers in Science & Technology of Carbon Nano-Materials"
The ONE-P Summer school took place from April 13 to April 20, 2010 in Erice (Italy)