The SPINOS conference brings together scientists investigating the behavior of electronic spins in organic semiconductors. Material systems of interest include π-conjugated polymers and small molecules, fullerenes, and graphene. Recent advances in the emerging fields of organic spintronics and magnetoelectronics call for a timely conference on this subject. In addition, the science of triplet states in organics and the related topic of organic electrophosphorescence have seen many contributions from research groups around the world.
The event will provide great opportunity for physicists, device engineers and materials and physical chemists to meet and discuss ideas, solutions and future issues relating to the scientific study and technical implementation of organic semiconductor devices whose functionality is based on spins. The program is scheduled to provide room for open discussion and interaction.