Ulm-Erlangen Symposium on Functional Organic Materials

files/_upload/Content/Delius/N27 Multimediasaal.jpgOn the 10th and 11th of July 2017 we will host the first "Ulm-Erlangen Symposium on Functional Organic Materials". While the primary objective of the symposium is to build bridges between research groups in Ulm and Erlangen, we have also invited four distinguised speakers from other institutions. The meeting will also be a platform for young researchers to present their latest research findings and win one of two poster prizes.

 

Registration is free of charge and all external guests are welcome, especially PhD students who wish to present a poster. To register, please follow the instructions in the symposium flyer (download here).

 

Confirmed Speakers

  • Stefan Hecht (HU Berlin): Photoswitchable molecules for light-responsive materials

  • Sigurd Höger (Uni Bonn): Nanosized Phenylene-Ethynylene-Butadiynylene Structures and the Role of Shape-Persistence

  • Klaus Müllen (MPI Mainz): A Polymer Chemistry of Graphenes and Graphene Nanoribbons

  • Albert Schenning (TU Eindhoven): Functional Organic Materials and Devices based on Liquid Crystals

  • Christoph Brabec (Erlangen)

  • Andreas Hirsch (Erlangen)

  • Milan Kivala (Erlangen)
  • Heiko Weber (Erlangen)
  • Peter Bäuerle (Ulm)

  • Ute Kaiser (Ulm)

  • Stefano Passerini (Ulm, HIU)
  • Carsten Streb (Ulm)

 

Location and Schedule

The symposium will take place on campus at Ulm University. The new research building N27 (James-Franck-Ring, 89081 Ulm) has a modern lecture theatre and a large lobby area that is perfectly suited for lunch and coffee breaks, as well as poster sessions.

 

10th of July 2017:

From 12:00: Lunch buffet and arrival

13:00-15:20: Session 1

15:20-16:20: Coffee and posters

16:20- 18:40: Session 2

Posters and beer, Speakers' dinner

11th of July 2017:

8:00-10:20: Session 1

10:20-10:50: Coffee and posters

10:50- 13:00: Session 2

From 13:00: Lunch buffet and departure

Funding

The symposium is funded by the DFG through the Collaborative Research Centre SFB953: "Synthetic Carbon Allotropes"