On behalf of the Organizing Committee and the International Advisory Board, we welcome you to OP 2019 to be held in Vilnius City, Lithuania, 7-12 July 2019.
The 13th International Conference on Optical Probes of Organic and Hybrid Optoelectronic Materials and Applications 2019 is the premier international meeting bringing together scientists and engineers from around the world interested in the field of photophysics of organic and hybrid semiconductors. The primary goal of OP 2019 is to present state-of-the-art research, recent achievements and global trends in our understanding of excited state phenomena and photophysical processes, the development of novel spectroscopic techniques, and their applications to optoelectronic devices and biology. Special emphasis is placed on generality of the phenomena, rather than the specifics of the system or optical measurement.
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), Durham UK (2013), Hong Kong (2015) and Québec (2017).
Along with the stimulating program of scientific presentations and discussions, we have organized social events to allow you to experience Vilnius Old Town.
We are grateful to all our sponsors outlined in this program as well as to presenters.
We hope that you will join us in OP 2019 and look forward to seeing you in Vilnius.
Saulius Juršėnas, Vilnius University
- Exciton and polariton spectroscopy
- 2D ultrafast spectroscopy and microscopy
- Thermally activated delayed fluorescence
- Singlet fission and triplet fusion
- Organic lasers (including polariton lasers)
- Organic photovoltaics
- Organic and polymeric materials and devices (OLEDs)
- Graphene and other carbon allotropes
- Perovskites: Spectroscopy and magneto-optical effects
- Perovskites: Solar cells
- Perovskites: LEDs, lasers and other devices
- Bioorganic materials and probes
- Other novel materials, probes and devices
University of St. Andrews
Georgia Instute of Technology
University of Wurzburg
University of Bayreuth
University of St. Andrews
Ken Tsung Wong
Taiwan National University
Gabriela Schlau - Cohen
Stephane Kena - Cohen
The University of Utah
Instituto Imdea Nanociencia
The University of Sheffield
Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania. It is also the largest Lithuanian city. With a population of over 500 000, Vilnius is the second biggest city of the Baltic states, after Riga. The earliest settlements in the area of present day Vilnius appears to be of mesolithic origin. Numerous archaeological findings prove that the area has been inhabited by peoples of various cultures since the early Middle Ages. Initially a Baltic settlement, later it was also inhabited by Slavs, Jews and Germans. For centuries Vilnius has been a centre for trade between Europe and the Baltic nations and Russia. After the Second World War Lithuania became a part of the Soviet Union.
Artis Centrum Hotels, situated in Vilnius Old Town, is a four-star plus hotel with a harmonious synthesis of appealing architecture, modern technology and historic surroundings. Dedicated to improving business, the hotel provides one of the biggest conference centres in the Old Town featuring 8 multifunctional halls and conference service centre. State-of-the-art conference equipment enables a wide range of conferences, seminars, trade shows and other major events to be organized.