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10th International Conference on Molecular Electronics (ElecMol20)

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Du lun 29 nov 2021 au jeu 02 déc 2021
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Following the success of the previous editions, we are pleased to announce the 10th International Conference on Molecular Electronics (ElecMol) which will be held at ENS de Lyon from the 29th of November to the 2nd of December 2021. The main purpose of the conference is an up-to-date scientific exchange on recent advances in the field of molecular electronics, gathering researchers from all over the world around top-level invited speakers. This reunion is also an opportunity for the development of national and international collaborations between academic and private partners at the highest level. The conference will focus on recent advances in molecular and organic electronics in the fields of:

  • T1 - Single Molecule Junctions, Memories & Switches:
    Prof. L. Venkataraman, Columbia University, USA
  • T2 - Large Area Junctions, Memories & Switches:
    Dr. D. Vuillaume, Université de Lille, France;  Prof. T. Lee, Seoul National University, Korea
  • T3 - Organic Electronics, Optoelectronics & Photonics: Materials & Devices:
    Prof. K. Vandewal, Hasselt University, Belgium
  • T4 - 2D materials, Nanotubes & Nanowires:
    Prof. A. Morpurgo, Université de Genève, Switzerland;  Prof. K. J. Francke, FU Berlin, Germany
  • T5 - Self-Assembly & Supramolecular Architectures:
    Prof. N. Giuseppone, Université de Strasbourg, France; Prof. H. L. Anderson, University of Oxford, UK
  • T6 - Scanning Probe Microscopies & Near Field Approaches:
    Prof. F. J. Giessiebl, Universität Regensburg, Germany; Prof. A. Heinrich, Ewha University, Korea
  • T7 - Molecular Theoretical Modelling:
    Prof. D. Andrienko, MPIP Mainz, Germany; Prof. A. Nitzan, University of Pennsylvania, USA
  • T8 - Bioinspired Approaches & Biomimetic Devices:
    Prof. D. Cahen, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
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