Submit an Abstract
Deadline: October 28, 2021, 11:59 pm EDT
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The potential of next-generation flexible, printable, and biocompatible electronic devices made from organic materials continues to draw significant interest in the research community. This symposium focuses on how the community can realize this potential through advanced nanostructure characterization and device physics combined with state-of-the-art computational methods to enable breakthroughs in design of molecular materials. Recent results show exciting new high-performance devices within innovative application spaces. Of particular interest are novel in-situ or operando experimental studies that reveal the dynamics of film formation into a final organic or hybrid nanostructure in connection to resulting properties and performance. In addition, studies are called for which involve new computational techniques and algorithms that can predict the statistically relevant structure and properties as well as intelligently fuse such results with multimodal quantitative measurements. Finally, the emphasis is given to combining such experimental and computational insights to drive the design of the next generation materials and devices.