Fedor will be presenting at the Emerging Technologies 2020 conference in Shanghai. If you’re there, check out his talk in the OLEDs Summit track on January 15th.
Learn how using simulations can accelerate new material development for organic electronics more quickly. We will discussing how modeling can predict phosphorescence, TADF, and charge mobility. This will ultimately reduce development time and costs for new devices such as OFETs, OLEDs & OPVs. The recently announced collaboration with SimBeyond to integrate atomistic with device modeling techniques into a single multiscale modeling platform will further empower researchers.
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