Tarragona, Spain June 25‐27, 2012
Organic electronics is a rapidly growing technology that is anticipated to compare with conventional microelectronics in the near future to make transistor circuits, displays and solar cells. Other application like sensors are expected. The International Conference on Organic Electronics was held from 2005 to 2008 in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. In 2009, ICOE moved to Liverpool, United Kingdom, in 2010 to Paris, in 2011 in Rome, while the 2012 edition will be held at the campus of University Rovira i Virgili (URV) in Tarragona, Spain. The conference intends to cover all aspects of organic electronics, including materials and chemistry, transistors, OLEDs, photovoltaic cells, circuits and circuit design, manufacturing and inclusion in systems. Technical areas include, but are not limited to:
- Materials and chemistry
- OLEDs Photovoltaic cells
- Circuits and circuit design
- Manufacturing and inclusion in systems
The conference will be held in coordination with two other events, partially related to the topic: the 10th Graduate Student Meeting on Electronic Engineering (June 21-22) and the 2nd International Training Course on Compact Modelling (TCCM 2012) (June 28-29).