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PolyU 85th Anniversary PolyU Science Workshop Series

  Organic and Perovskite Electronics

Date  : 19 - 21 September 2022 (Monday to Wednesday)
Time  : 09:00 - 12:00; 14:00 – 18:00 (HKT)
Mode : Day 1 - Hybrid Mode (AG710 & Zoom)
      Day 2 & 3 - Online via Zoom




We are pleased to welcome you to the PolyU Science Workshop on Organic and Perovskite Electronics hosted by the Faculty of Science of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), which is also one of the workshop series as the celebrating events of the PolyU 85th anniversary.

Being different from conventional semiconductor materials, organic semiconductors can be prepared by convenient solution process with low cost, making organic semiconductor devices compatible with printing process. In Hong Kong, this is one of the hottest research areas in both science and engineering fields. Hong Kong Research Grant Council (RGC) also supported a number of collaborative research fund (CRF) and Area of Excellence (AoE) projects in the topics related to Organic Electronics.

A number of PolyU colleagues have been intensively working on the fundamental physics and chemistry, information science, and clean energy, etc. PolyU has previously organized the International Workshop on Recent Advances in Organic Biolectronics in 2017 and Emerging Energy and Materials Sciences in Halide Perovskite, Symposium EN05 in MRS Fall Meeting 2021 in Boston, which provide a platform for researchers in the field to share their most recent research findings.

This 3-day workshop is another attempt made by PolyU to foster exchange among over 30 international and local experts in this field and to cultivate international collaborations. We hope that you will enjoy the programme in the next few days, and that we could not only bring worldwide researchers in this field to share their state-of-the-art results, but also promote inter-institutional collaborations on important scientific topics.


Organising Committee



  Prof. Wai-yeung WONG, Raymond

  Dean, Faculty of Science,

  Chair Professor of Chemical Technology,

  The Hong Kong Polytechnic University


Thomas Anthopoulos




  Prof. Thomas ANTHOPOULOS

  Professor, Material Science and Engineering,

  King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)


Feng Yan




  Prof. Feng YAN

  Professor, Department of Applied Physics,

  The Hong Kong Polytechnic University



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