Excitonics for photonic applications

April 16, 2018 - April 27, 2018
This thematic school addresses the burgeoning field of excitonics, understood here as the science and engineering of excitons in disordered and low dimensionality semiconductors: organic semiconductors, hybrid perovskites or colloidal nanoparticles. These materials share many common points: they can be solution-processed, they have identical applications in photonics for the detection or emission of light, and ultimately excitons are the cornerstone of their optoelectronic properties.
Session organized by:

Sébastien CHENAIS, Univesité Paris 13, France
Emmanuelle DELEPORTE, ENS, Univesité Paris Saclay, France
Lionel HIRSCH, CNRS, Université de Bordeaux, France
Riad HAÏDAR, ONERA Palaiseau, France

For more information, please check the session's website.
Updated on March 16, 2018