Symposium Organizers

Mahdieh Aghamohammadi (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany)

Hagen Klauk (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany)

Esther Barrena (Materials Science Institute of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain)

Venue

Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research
Heisebergstraße 1
70569 Stuttgart, Germany

How to find us

<p style="text-align: left;"><strong><strong>By Car:</strong></strong> At Autobahnkreuz Stuttgart (the Stuttgart motorway interchange, exit 51, Vaihingen). Take the A831, direction «Stuttgart-Mitte». Leave at the «Universität» exit. At the traffic lights on the bridge, turn left, direction «Universität». Follow Universitätsstraße, then turn right into Nobelstraße. At the end of Nobelstraße (roundabout), turn right into Büsnauer Straße (first exit).<br /><strong>Public transport from Stuttgart Main Station:</strong> Take lines S1, S2 or S3 of the Underground («S-Bahn»), in the direction of «Herrenberg» or «Flughafen». Get off at Vaihingen. Change to bus line 81 (direction «Büsnau») and get off at «Max-Planck-Institute».<br />At Vaihingen station you can also take a taxi to the  «Max-Planck-Institute»).<br /><strong>Public transport from Stuttgart Airport:</strong> Take lines S2 or S3 of the Underground («S-Bahn»), directions «Schorndorf» or  «Backnang». Get off at Vaihingen. Change to bus line 81 (direction «Büsnau») and get off at «Max-Planck-Institute».<br /> At Vaihingen station you can also take a taxi to the  «Max-Planck-Institute»).</p> Zoom Image

By Car: At Autobahnkreuz Stuttgart (the Stuttgart motorway interchange, exit 51, Vaihingen). Take the A831, direction «Stuttgart-Mitte». Leave at the «Universität» exit. At the traffic lights on the bridge, turn left, direction «Universität». Follow Universitätsstraße, then turn right into Nobelstraße. At the end of Nobelstraße (roundabout), turn right into Büsnauer Straße (first exit).
Public transport from Stuttgart Main Station: Take lines S1, S2 or S3 of the Underground («S-Bahn»), in the direction of «Herrenberg» or «Flughafen». Get off at Vaihingen. Change to bus line 81 (direction «Büsnau») and get off at «Max-Planck-Institute».
At Vaihingen station you can also take a taxi to the  «Max-Planck-Institute»).
Public transport from Stuttgart Airport: Take lines S2 or S3 of the Underground («S-Bahn»), directions «Schorndorf» or  «Backnang». Get off at Vaihingen. Change to bus line 81 (direction «Büsnau») and get off at «Max-Planck-Institute».
At Vaihingen station you can also take a taxi to the  «Max-Planck-Institute»).

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The International Symposium Organic Electronics: Recent Developments and Challenges (OE 2016) provides an expert forum for discussions on ongoing research, recent advances and current challenges in the material synthesis, device architectures, manufacturing processes and modelling of organic electronic devices, such as organic transistors and organic photovoltaic cells. OE 2016 aims to bring together leading experts to exchange ideas, foster discussions and provide an opportunity for future collaborations.

The symposium will include invited talks, contributed talks, a poster session and a laboratory tour. Additionally, the agenda includes a conference dinner and a city tour in downtown Stuttgart. The symposium is sponsored by the Max Planck Institute for Solid-State Research and the registration is free of charge.


You can download the registration form and the template for the abstract from the “Downloads” section on this page. Please save your abstract in pdf format and send it no later than 6 May 2016 via email to OE2016@fkf.mpg.de. In your email please state your preferred contribution (oral/poster contribution). After submission of your abstract, you will receive an electronic confirmation to the email address you have used to send the abstract.



OE2016 standard poster dimensions:
841 mm (width) x 1189 mm (height) (A0 format)




Confirmed Invited Speakers

Thomas D. Anthopoulos, Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Mario Caironi, Italian Institute of Technology, Italy

Mariano Campoy-Quiles, Materials Science Institute of Barcelona, Spain

David Carroll, Wake Forest University, USA

Louis Giraudet, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France

Herbert Gold, Joanneum Research Center, Austria

Oana D. Jurchescu, Wake Forest University, USA

Norbert Koch, HU Berlin, Germany

Sabine Ludwigs, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Christian Müller, Chalmers University, Sweden

 

 
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