PACIFICHEM2015 – The International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Society

PACIFICHEM2015 – The International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Society

The International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Society PACIFICHEM, Honolulu (USA) – 15-20.12.2015

The 2015 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies (PAC CHEM™), will take place in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, December 15-20, 2015. The conference is sponsored jointly by the American Chemical Society (ACS), the Canadian Society for Chemistry (CSC), the Chemical Society of Japan (CSJ), the New Zealand Institute of Chemistry (NZIC), the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI), the Korean Chemical Society (KCS), and the Chinese Chemical Society (CCS). The American Chemical Society is the host society for the 2015 Congress.

Pacifichem 2015 will be the seventh in the series of successful cosponsored scientific conferences of Pacific Basin Chemical Societies. Founded in 1984, these conferences have been held in Honolulu, Hawaii about every five years.

The theme of Pacifichem 2015 is Chemical Networking: Building Bridges Across the Pacific, emphasizing the collaborative nature of chemistry as a multidisciplinary science and the opportunities to network with Pan-Pacific research groups at the Pacifichem meetings.

In keeping with the theme, Pacifichem 2015 welcomes proposals focusing on collaborations in chemistry. Symposia showcasing various aspects of collaboration across different geographic regions or between different sectors of chemical research (industry, academia, research institutes, government laboratories) are welcome, as are symposia focusing on partnerships between traditional industries and contract research organizations (CROs) or contract manufacturing organizations (CMO’s). Other collaborative arrangements of interest include precompetitive industrial collaborations on enabling chemical technologies, new technologies and new strategies for facilitating effective collaborations across multiple time zones, and managing intellectual property and licensing.

In recognizing the increasing importance of pan-Pacific collaborations in the chemical industry, Pacifichem 2015 welcomes symposia proposals related to Industry in Chemistry. Topics of potential interest include emerging challenges in the chemical industry, entrepreneurship and job creation in chemistry, translating chemical research discoveries into new commercial products, IP concerns in chemistry, optimization of chemistry workflows, use of six sigma and lean manufacturing practices in the chemical industry, disruptive chemical technologies, platform technologies in chemistry, leadership in the chemical industry, management in the chemical industry, talent acquisition training in the chemical industry, etc.

My presentation:

From Blue to Red, the Way to Tailor Exciplex Based TADF Emitters

P. Data

OP2015 – Optical Probes

OP2015 – Optical Probes

Optical Probes OP2015, Hong Kong – 14-19.06.2015

The Optical Probes Conference is the leading series of meetings in the field of photophysics of organic semiconductors. The previous conferences took place at Snowbird (1992), Salt Lake City (1994), San-Diego (1997), Salt Lake City (2000), Venice (2003), Bangalore (2005), Turku (2007), Beijing (2009), Santa Fe (2011) and Durham (2013). The scope of the current conference is a variety of excited state phenomena in technologically important materials and biosystems, including size- and time-dependent electronic interactions, excited state dynamics, quantum confinement, carrier transport and optical measurement.

This conference bringing together an interdisciplinary group of physicists, chemists, material scientists, and device engineers to provide a forum to meet and discuss ideas, identifying obstacles and possible solutions, as well as future issues related to photophysics and applications of organic materials and devices. We look forward to seeing you all in Hong Kong in 2015.

My presentation:

Exciplex Way From Blue to Red, Novel TADF Emitters

P. Data, P. Pander, A. Monkman

First Conference – WEEM2015 – Workshop on Electrochemistry of Electroactive Materials

First Conference – WEEM2015 – Workshop on Electrochemistry of Electroactive Materials

Workshop on Electrochemistry of Electroactive Materials WEEM2015, Bad Herrenalb (Germany) – 31.05-05.06.2015

The International Workshop on Electrochemistry of Electroactive Materials (WEEM) is a scientific conference of a special type designed for the detailed analysis of the state-of-art and intensive discussions of key issues related to the research and applications of various chemical electroactive systems, such as electron-conducting and redox polymers, mixed-valence transition-metal inorganic solids, solid ion conductors possessing a sufficient electronic conductivity, in particular certain „superionic conductors” and lithium-cation conducting systems as well as composite organic-inorganic systems. Complete understanding of the complex mechanism of their functioning in the course of the charging/discharging process, redox reactions of solute species at their surfaces, charge transfer at the interfaces between different components of these materials or their interaction with an external electromagnetic field, requires bringing together the leading researchers actively working in these fields to provide them with an opportunity to combine their presentations of original results with extensive exchange of opinions, with an emphasis on non-conventional approaches. This informal meeting will provide the venue for an in-depth analysis of unresolved problems that will result in maximal stimulation of the further development of the area as well as creation of joint international teams for the future.

My presentation;

Electrochemistry and Spectroelectrochemistry as a tool for investigation of OLED emitters

 P. Data

TADFORCE Website on & Kickoff meeting

TADFORCE Website on & Kickoff meeting

After month of struggling website is live.

The project Kick-off meeting was organised on 14.05.2015 through skype. I received a lot of good information’s from Christof and Daniel.  Thank you for that