Imperial College London

Progress in Plastic Electronics

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Professors Donal Bradley and James Durrant

Professors Donal Bradley and James Durrant

The CPE along with KAUST hosted a special symposium to mark the occasion of Prof Donal Bradley's 60th birthday on 21 April 2022.

A special symposium to mark the occasion of Prof Donal Bradley's 60th birthday. 

Imperial's Centre of Excellence for Processable Electronics along with the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology hosted a special symposium to mark the occasion of Prof Donal Bradley's 60th birthday on 21 April 2022.

  • Many of Donal's colleagues, past and present travelled far and wide to attend the symposium, Progress in Plastic Electronics, to give us an outstanding programme of talks:
  • Stephen Forrest Overview of Organic Electronics (“Waiting for Act 2”)
  • Natalie Stingelin Cool Plastics for Energy Sustainability
  • Hugo Bronstein Exciton Management in Narrow-Band Deep Blue Hyperfluorescent OLEDs
  • Peter Skabara Made to Order - Designing and Constructing Monodisperse Star-Shaped Organic Semiconductors for Targeted Properties
  • Christoph Brabec Organic Photovoltaics – from 2 % to 20 % in 20 Years
  • Ji-Seon Kim Insight into the Molecular Origin of High-Performance Organic Optoelectronic Devices
  • Garry Rumbles Tracking Charges with Microwaves: Films, Nanoparticles, and Molecules
  • Ronald Österbacka Understanding Charge Transporting Layers in Thin-Film Solar Cells
  • David Lidzey Polariton Lasing and Energy Transfer in Organic Semiconductor Microcavities’
  • Franky So Perovskite Photonics: from LEDs to Superfluorescence
  • Thomas Anthopoulos Bringing Organic Electronics up to Speed
  • John De Mello New Approaches to Nanogap Sensors and Devices
  • Stelios Choulis Interfacial Engineering for High Performance Printed Photovoltaics
  • Jeremy Burroughes Building a Display Technology – A Long Road!
    • Prof Donal Bradley
    • At Progress in Plastic Electronics
    • Professors James Durrant and Donal Bradley

Reporter

Lisa Bushby

Lisa Bushby
Department of Physics