Centre for Organic Electronic Materials (COREM)

Audun Formo holding up an organic solar cell. Photo

Workshop on Organic Electronic Materials

Welcome to a workshop on Organic Electronic Materials at NTNU in Trondheim, May 12, 2017 room G212 (EL2), Gamle Elektro El-bygget, 3rd floor (2. etg.)

The event is held by COREM, a virtual centre providing a scientific meeting place for people at NTNU and other Norwegian universities who research in the area of organic electronic materials such as solar cells, light emitting diodes (OLEDs), and field-effect transistors (OFETs).

The workshop cover a wide range of relevant topics: From multistep organic syntheses to dye sensitized solar cells and practical aspects of density functional theory.

See agenda and abstracts 2017

COREM Group photo

The research group


Bård Helge Hoff, Department of Chemistry, NTNU. Applied Organic Chemistry

Odd Reidar Gautun, Department of Chemistry, NTNU.

Svein Sunde, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTNU.

John de Mello, Department of Chemistry, Imperial College London (UK).

Bjørn Kåre Alsberg, Department of Chemistry, NTNU

KrakenX software

The KrakenX software creates molecular structure descriptors which can be used in quantitative structure-property/activity relationships (QSPR/QSAR).

COREM Workshop 2016

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