Organic Materials and Thin Film Technology

Electronic Materials for Bio

Francesca Cavallo, The University of New Mexico
Buddhadev Paul Chaudhuri,
Biolinq Inc.
Tzahi Cohen-Karni,
Carnegie Mellon University
Shadi Dayeh,
University of California, San Diego
David Estrada,
Boise State University
David Gundlach,
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Thomas Jackson,
The Pennsylvania State University
David Janes,
Purdue University

Flexible, Printed and/or Dissolvable Thin Films or Nanomembranes

Suprem Das, Kansas State University
Daniel Ewing,
Department of Energy’s Kansas City National Security Campus
Gerd Grau,
York University
Thomas Jackson,
The Pennsylvania State University
Thomas Kuech,
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Becky (R.L.) Peterson,
University of Michigan
Jae-Hyun Ryou,
University of Houston
Sarah Swisher,
University of Minnesota
William Wong,
University of Waterloo

Organic and Hybrid Optoelectronic Devices

Alexander Ayzner, University of California, Santa Cruz
David Gundlach,
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Tina Ng,
University of California, San Diego
Oleg Rubel,
McMaster University
Adrienne Stiff-Roberts,
Duke University
Wei You,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Organic Devices and Molecular Electronics

Gerd Grau, York University
David Gundlach,
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Thomas Jackson,
The Pennsylvania State University
David Janes,
Purdue University
Ioannis  Kymissis,
Columbia University
Takhee Lee,
Seoul National University
Francois Leonard,
Sandia National Laboratories
Tina Ng,
University of California, San Diego
Curt Richter,
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Adrienne Stiff-Roberts,
Duke University
William Wong,
University of Waterloo