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  • ESOS

    European training school and conference on organic photovoltaïc stability

    4th - 11th June 2015
    Cargèse - Corsica - France
  • OSC Stability

    Tackle remaining challenges in OPV stability

    An international and interdisciplinary event bringing together scientists and young researchers from both academia and industrie
  • Training school

    ESOS is dedicated to young researchers

    Follow training on OPV stability and complementary skills to enhance your career
  • Networking

    ESOS goal is to strengthen a multidisciplinary network

    and encourage new scientific collaboration by bringing together scientists, industrials and early-career researchers
  • Location

    ESOS will be held at IESC

    Institut des Etudes Scientifiques de Cargèse
    A relaxed and jovial environment for great meetings
  • Sponsors

    ESOS is sponsored by Siemens, FOM TECHNOLOGIES and SYLEX

Training to Excel

ESOS // Summer School

The Summer School is dedicated to young researchers looking to get training on issues related to OPV stability and willing to aqcuire new complementary skills in order to enhance their career devlopment.

 

Meetings & Networking

Meetings & Networking

ESOS goals are to strengthen a multidisciplinary Network and encourage new scientific collaboation by bringing together, in a relaxed and jovial environment, internationally renowned scientists, leading industrials and early-career researchers working on the development of organic solar cells.

Scientific conference

IPSOS ConferenceESOS will be all about interdisciplianry science! Leading scientists from both industry and academic, together with early-stage researchers will be invited to identify, share and summarise the scientific and technical progress in OPV devlopment as well as the remaining challenges related to enhancing OSC stability.

ESOS

Making OSCs with lifetimes appropriate for large-scale commercial applications use means applying, synchronously, a wide range of sciences. At the core of the Establis (ESOS's founders) is cross-science fertilization and interaction. This is all the more important to OSC research, as these devices will only work when all the chemical, electronic and physical parameters come together. Chemistry, electronics, physics and optics all play roles. Extensive synthetic work, frontier-pushing characterisations, and beyond state-of-the-art computer-based modelling, are essential to understanding, and improving, OSCs lifetimes.

The Summer School will interest those working in the field of Organic Photovoltaics. Both Academics and industrialists will find stimulating presentations and discussions. Given the commonality of the materials (active layers, PEDOT, hole- and electron-blocking layers etc.), characterization techniques, and the wide impact of these on numerous applications, those working in organic electronics and opto-electronics will also find this conference an efficient, invigorating and revitalising way to gain scientific knowledge and exchanges, and make and build contacts.

 

Training to Excel

The Summer School is dedicated to young researchers looking to get training on issues related to OPV stability and willing to acquire new complementary skills in order to enhance their career devlopment.

Meetings & networking

ESOS goals are to strengthen a multidisciplinary Network and encourage new scientific collaboation by bringing together, in a relaxed and jovial environment, internationally renowned scientists, leading industrials and early-career researchers working on the development of organic solar cells. It is hoped that the forum will also provide future, possible employers and highly trained Fellows to forge working relationships.

Scientific conference

ESOS will be all about interdisciplianry science! Leading scientists from both industry and academic, together with early-stage researchers will be invited to identify, share and summarise the scientific and technical progress in OPV devlopment as well as the remaining challenges related to enhancing OSC stability.

ESOS Partners

ESOS Sponsors