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21st-22nd June 2018

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Dr Paul Kleine from Cynora will show us how industry is tackling TADF

As part of the main event, the “I Student Workshop on TADF materials” is aimed for students only and will cover all the basics in an interactive way filled with experiments for those who are new to the field: chemistry, photophysics, devices and industry. TADF has a big industrial interest as a means to achieve high efficiency devices with purely organic materials. Dr Paul Kleine, from Cynora will show how industry is tackling this while introducing the company side of things.

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PhD Student Daniel Pereira will focus on the device engineering

As part of the main event, the “I Student Workshop on TADF materials” is aimed for students only and will cover all the basics in an interactive way filled with experiments for those who are new to the field: chemistry, photophysics, devices and industry. Focusing of the device engineering, PhD student Daniel Pereira will explain how one can optimise devices based on TADF materials and which parameteres to focus on.

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PhD student Paloma dos Santos takes care of the photophysics

The “I Student Workshop on TADF materials”, a part of the main event is aimed for students only and will cover all the basics in an interactive way filled with experiments for those who are new to the field: chemistry, photophysics, devices and industry. Focusing on the photophysical characterisation of TADF materials, PhD student Paloma dos Santos will introduce to all what to think and what to do when characterising a new emitter.

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Dr Nadzeya Kukhta in the “I Student Workshop on TADF materials”

Announcing the “I Student Workshop on TADF materials” as a part of the main event. This event, aimed for students only will cover all the basics in an interactive way filled with experiments for those who are new to the field: chemistry, photophysics, devices and industry. Molecular design and synthesis is one of the most important aspects of this area. Therefore, Dr Nadzeya Kukhta will introduce the main aspects relevant with the preparation of new TADF emitters.

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Prof. Martin Bryce confirms his presence at the workshop

Coming from Durham, we are pleased to announce that leader in the chemical synthesis of TADF materials, Prof. Martin Bryce from the Chemistry Department at Durham University, has agreed to complete the panel of already well-known and diverse researchers. Prof. Bryce is notorious for his contributions in the optimisation of the molecular design and synthesis of materials for OLEDs and more specifically in recent years, TADF emitters. He collaborates extensively with groups in simulation, photophysics and device fabrication, aiming to understand and obtain highly efficient new systems.

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