Workshop Details
Electronic and Structural Dynamics in Hybrid Perovskites: Theory Meets Experiment
07/12/2016 - 07/16/2016
Meeting Description:

Hybrid organic-inorganic halide perovskites have revealed to be very promising materials for photovoltaic oriented applications, leading to photoconversion efficiencies over 20%. These materials also present potentials for light-emission, field-effect transistors as well as spintronic or thermoelectric applications. Despite intense experimental and theoretical investigations in the past three years, a complete understanding of the fundamental materials properties is still lacking. In order to stimulate further improvements in the field, we propose a joint workshop including both researchers involved in state of the art experimental investigations of electronic and structural dynamics as well as leading theoreticians.

The American Institute of Physics|Applied Physics Letters is a sponsor of this year's workshop.

Notes:

This workshop anticipates 25-35 participants including junior researchers. List of invited speakers for 2016:

Paolo Umari (University of Padova, Italy)
Edoardo Mosconi (Istituto CNR di Scienze Tecnologie Molecolari (CNR-ISTM), Italy)
Filippo De Angelis (CNR, Italy)
Giacomo Giorgi (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Aron Walsh (Department of Chemistry, University of Bath, UK)
Alessandro Mattoni (CNR-IOM SLACS Cagliari)
Bing Xiao (Department of Earth Sciences, University College London, United Kingdom)
Mao-Hua Du (Materials Science & Technology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,Tennessee, USA)
Andrew Rappe (University of Pennsylvania)
Wanjian Yin University of Toledo/National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
Oleksandr Voznyy (University of Toronto)
Yoshitaka Tateyama (National Institute for Materials Science)
Koichi Yamashita (The University of Tokyo)
Jacques-E. Moser (EPF-Lausanne)
Michael Gratzel (invited speaker) (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne)
Henry J. Snaith (University of Oxford, UK)
Prashant V. Kamat (University of Notre Dame)
James Durrant (Imperial College London)
Carlito Ponseca (Lund University, Sweden)
Thomas Savenje (TU Delft , Netherlands)
Mercouri G. Kanatzidis (Northwestern University)
Juan Bisquert (Universitat Jaume I, Spain)
Maria Loi (University Groningen, Netherlands)
Jean-Christophe Blancon (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Paulina Plochotka (LNCMI Toulouse France)
Yasuhiro Yamada (Kyoto University, Institute for Chemical Research)
Samuel Stranks (MIT)
Piers R. F. Barnes (Department of Physics, Imperial College London)

Supporting Files:

Telluride Workshop.pdf
Meeting Venue:

Telluride Elementary School
447 West Columbia Ave Telluride, CO 81435

Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization Arrival Information Departure Information Interested in Sharing Transportation?
Carignano, Marcelo QEERI - HBKU 7/11
7/16
De Angelis, Filippo CNR-ISTM 7/12
7/16
Du, Mao-Hua Oak Ridge National Laboratory
EVEN, JACKY INSA-FOTON Rennes 7/11
7/16
Grumstrup, Erik Montana State University 7/11
7/16
Kamat, Prashant Univ. of Notre Dame 7/11
7/15
Karunadasa, Hemamala Stanford University
Kepenekian, Mikaël CNRS - Universite Rennes 1 7/11
7/16
Y
Kronik, Leeor Weizmann Institute of Science
LAURET, JEAN-SEBASTIEN Aim� Cotton Laboratory
Neukirch, Amanda Los Alamos National Lab 7/11
7/16
Nie, Wanyi Los Alamos National Lab 7/11
7/16
PEDESSEAU, LAURENT INSA-FOTON Rennes 7/11
7/16
plochocka, paulina Laboratoire National des Champs Magn�tiques Inte 7/13
7/16
Y
Ponseca, Carlito Jr Lund University 7/11
7/17
Y
Savenije, Tom Delft university of technology 7/11
7/16
Slotcavage, Daniel Stanford University
Smith, Matthew Stanford University 7/11
7/17
Stoumpos, Constantinos Northwestern University 7/11
7/15
Stranks, Sam Massachusetts Institute of Technology 7/11
7/14
Sun, Dali University of Utah 7/11
7/15
Tan, Liang University of Pennsylvania 7/11
7/16
Tretiak, Sergei Los Alamos National Laboratory 7/11
7/15
van de Lagemaat, Jao National Renewable Energy Laboratory 7/11
7/16
Yamada, Yasuhiro Chiba University
Zhang, Chuang University of Utah 7/11
7/15

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