Category Archives: conferences
Eleonore Vissol-Gaudin recently attended the IEEE Conference on Rebooting Computing to show how our liquid crystal-carbon nanotube ‘brains’ can be trained to spot complex patterns in data, such as diagnosing liver disease. She did an excellent job and the people … Continue reading
Myself and Dr Budhika Mendis (Physics) have hosted a North East Energy Materials Symposium. We hosted colleagues from Newcastle and Northumbria University as well as those from Durham to hear more about their research. The range of talks addressed a wide … Continue reading
Some exciting work carried out at Durham’s School of Engineering and Computing Sciences has been presented at this year’s conference on Unconventional Computation and Natural Computation in Manchester, UK. In our paper, Eleonore Vissol-Gaudin (supervised by Dr Api Kostialos) shows … Continue reading
Congratulations to Kenichi on his accepted abstract at the second Next Generation Photovoltaics conference in Groningen (28th June – 1st July). If you’re going then be sure to see his talk to hear about our latest work about how noise … Continue reading
For nearly a year we have been working closely with the group led by Dr Karin Zojer of TU Graz on developing new methodologies for Monte Carlo simulations. Markus Krammer and Philipp Breitegger, that Masters students carrying out the work, … Continue reading
Matt will be attending Fall MRS in Boston (Sympsium Q, Paper 1.06, 10:45 Dec 1st) to present our work examining the role of hot charge tranfer states in OPVs, while I will be talking about organic electronic at Cafe Scientifique in … Continue reading
Congratulations to Matt on his first conference presentation at the UK Semiconductor conference in Sheffield. He presented his work on Hot Charge Transfer states and apparently got a free pint… Also, I recently visited Graz to give a seminar to … Continue reading
This week I presented our work on charge transport and recombination at the CECAM workshop on Charge Transport in Organic Materials. Lots of good talks, spot the scientist on the conference photo in front of Bremen townhall.
Dr Aled Williams recently presented our work on Noise Spectroscopy in P3HT and P3HT:PS blends at the conference on Next Generation Organic Photovoltaics at Groningen University. This work will be submitted as a publication soon.
We were happy to welcome Prof Nigel Clarke from the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Sheffield University, who we do a lot of collaborative work with, for a talk entitled ‘Equilibrium, instabilities and structure formation in thin film polymer blends’. … Continue reading