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21-23 September

2015

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An international event focused on innovation in the field of light, integrating academic research, industrial development, end-users perspectives

CM&L 2015 is an international event organized by the CNR-DSCTM and CNR-ISMN in the framework of the IYL2015 to brainstorm and share views on research and innovation challenges in material chemistry for lighting technologies and applications.

International experts covering the full value chain from academy, innovation-oriented research centers and industries, including end-user industries, will discuss on the strategic role played by chemistry and material manufacturing to enable novel light-emitting technologies.
The meeting will cover thematic areas related to the development of innovative and tailored light-emitting materials and devices for sustainable, low-cost and easy to dispose applications in fields related to energy efficiency, lighting, display technology, environment and healthcare.

CHEMISTRY

  • Synthetic strategies and molecular design
  • Definition of property-specific and tailored molecular structures
  • Development of molecular, polymeric and hybrid functional structures

MATERIALS

  • Properties of molecular photo-emissive and charge transport materials at the nanoscale
  • Advanced morphological and photophysical characterization techniques
  • Light-generation in complex nanoscale systems
  • Theoretical and computational approaches in the modeling of light-matter interaction

LIGHT

  • Real-setting implementation of light-emitting and light-sensitive materials
  • New applications enabled by new technologies
  • Sustainable technologies in the development of materials and devices for lighting
  • Registration

  • Welcome Address

    Luigi Ambrosio, CNR - DSCTM
    Michele Muccini, CNR - ISMN
  • Session I

    Lula Rosso, EC DG-RTD, Materials and light in Horizon 2020
    Bryce Nelson, SIGMA-ALDRICH, Illumination, innovation and collaboration at Aldrich Materials Science
  • Session II

    Markus Wilkens, PHOTONICS21, Photonics PPP in Horizon2020 - Making Europe more competitive
    Christian Bosshard, CSEM, Photonics: A key enabler for Switzerland
    Antonio Facchetti, POLYERA, New materials that process light and charges
  • Coffee Break

  • Session III

    Contributed talks:
    Paola Manini, Dept. Chemical Sciences, Universita di Napoli Federico II, Napoli, Italy - Melanins and Light: When Natural Pigments Inspire the Design of Biocompatible Electroluminescent Materials
    Fabrizio Mariano, CNR NANOTEC, Lecce, Italy - Fully evaporated organo-metal halide perovskite lightemitting diode based on p-i-n hetero-structure
    Mariacecilia Pasini, CNR ISMAC, Milano, Italy - Polar conjugated polymers as interfacial layer for efficiency improvement in a wide class of fully solution-processable light-emitting devices (LED)
    Anna Tampieri, CNR ISTEC, Ferrara, Italy - Inspiration from nature: a new approach for functional nanomaterials
  • Poster Session

  • Session IV

    Ullrich Scherf, BERGISCHE UNIVERSITAET WUPPERTAL, Tuning the luminescence properties of conjugated polymers
    Hani Kanaan, CEA,Oled top emission technology for lighting and micro display
    Reinder Coehoorn, PHILIPS, Charge transport and photophysics of organic light-emitting diodes for lighting applications
  • Coffee Break

  • Round table

    The impact of chemistry, materials and light on societal and economic challenges
    LUIGI NICOLAIS, CNR, PATRIZIO BIANCHI, RER, LULA ROSSO,EC DG-RTD,MARKUS WILKENS,PHOTONICS21,MAURO PRETOLANI,FII, SRIDHARAN VENK, OSRAM

    MODERATOR: Paolo Magliocco
  • Lunch

  • Session V

    Stefano Tominetti, SAES GROUP, Challenges and solutions for ssl lifetime and performances extension
    Rainer Mahrt, IBM, Light-matter interaction in polymers: from weak-coupling to bose-einstein condensation
    Angel Rubio, MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE HAMBURG, Simulating light-induced dynamical processes in light harvesting complexes
  • Coffee Break

  • IUPAC Special Session

    Luigi Ambrosio, Italian CNR Committee for IUPAC, Welcome address and introduction
    Lidia Armelao IENI-CNR, Pairs of Lanthanide Antenna Complexes as Luminescent Ratiometric Sensors
    Massimo Olivucci, Marco Paolino, University of Siena, From Computational Photobiology to the Design of Light-Driven Molecular Motors
    Mario Malinconico, IPCB-CNR, Presentation of the 21st Conference IUPAC CHEMRAWN on "Solid Urban Waste Management", Rome 6th-8th April 2016
    Pietro Tundo, University of Venezia Cà Foscari, Presentation of the 6th IUPAC Green Conference, Venice, 4th-9th September, 2016
  • Session VI

    Contributed talks:
    Francesco Antolini, ENEA, Faenza, Italy - In situ formation and photo patterning of emissive quantum dots
    Massimo Baroncini, Dipartimento di Chimica "G. Ciamician", Universita' di Bologna, Italy - Photoinduced reversible phase change in porous molecular crystals based on star-shaped azobenzene tetramers
    Alberto Bossi, CNR ISTM, Milano, Italy - Near Infrared emitters based on [1-(benzo[b]thiophen-2-yl)isoquinoline] Ir(III) complexes with practical application in solution processed OLEDs: structure-property-device correlations.
    Luana Persano, CNR NANO, Lecce, Italy - Next-generation organic lasers by nanofibers and physically transient materials
    Marinella Striccoli, CNR IPCF, Bari, Italy - Quantum dots based hybrid nanostructures with white emission
  • Session VII

    Ifor Samuel, ST. ANDREWS UNIVERSITY, Visible light communication: opportunities for organic semiconductors
    Christian May, FRAUNHOFER-FEP, Encapsulation and integration of flexible oled for lighting applications
    Sridharan Venk, OSRAM ,Innovative lighting products and the link to research
  • Coffee Break

  • Session VIII

    Luca Porcaro, ARTEMIDE, SSL in lighting system: the point of view of lighting producers
    Dominik Pentlehner, OSRAM: Oleds for automotive lighting
    Paolo Guzzini, IGUZZINI: Impact on market of new led technologies
  • Conclusion

Program

CM&L2015 will be held in Bologna, at the CNR Research Area, from September 21th to 23rd 2015. Over three days, thematic sessions of scientific and industrial relevance, featuring international experts, will cover innovative approaches at the intersection of chemistry, materials science and lighting technologies. In addition, contributed talks, as well as poster and networking sessions, will offer the opportunity of presenting and discussing on-going research and forefront technologies in the development of materials, devices and applications for lighting. For information on the detailed program schedule, please use the tabs and buttons in the table


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Round Table

The round table brings together key actors from policy-making institutions, public research and business to debate on the economic and societal impact of research and innovation in chemistry, advanced material and lighting technologies.

Practical examples of policies and business cases will be presented to stimulate an open discussion on best practices and critical issues.

Luigi Nicolais

Luigi Nicolais

CNR, President

Patrizio Bianchi

Patrizio Bianchi

Councillor coordination of European development, school, training, universities, research and work of the Emilia Romagna Region

Lula Rosso

Lula Rosso

European Commission, Directorate General - Research and Technological Development

Markus Wilkens

Markus Wilkens

Senior Technology Consultant - Innovation Management and Consultancy - Photonics21

Mauro Pretolani

Mauro Pretolani

Investor and manager in venture capital, mobile, adtech, big data

Sridharan Venk

Sridharan Venk

Engineering Manager R&D, Advanced Concept Technology BU Digital Systems, OSRAM

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An international event focused on innovation in the field of light, integrating academic research, industrial development, end-users perspectives

Invited Speakers

Speaker 1

LULA ROSSO

EUROPEAN COMMISSION, DG RTD (B)

Speaker 6

ULLRICH SCHERF

BERGISCHE UNIVERSITAET WUPPERTAL (D)

Speaker 3

BRYCE NELSON

SIGMA-ALDRICH, MILWAUKEE (USA)

Speaker 4

ANTONIO FACCHETTI

POLYERA, SKOKIE (USA)

Speaker 5

ANGEL RUBIO

MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR THE STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF MATTER, HAMBURG (D)

Speaker 6

RAINER MAHRT

IBM RESEARCH, ZURICH RESEARCH LABORATORY (CH)

Speaker 6

IFOR SAMUEL

ST ANDREWS UNIVERSITY, ST ANDREWS,SCOTLAND (UK)

Speaker 6

HANI KANAAN

CEA, GRENOBLE (FR)

Speaker 6

CHRISTIAN MAY

FRAUNHOFER, DRESDEN (D)

Speaker 6

CHRISTIAN BOSSHARD

CSEM SA & SWISSPHOTONICS, MUTTENZ (CH)

Speaker 6

DOMINIK PENTLEHNER

OSRAM, REGENSBURG (D)

Speaker 6

STEFANO TOMINETTI

SAES GETTERS S.P.A., LAINATE (IT)

Speaker 6

LUCA PORCARO

ARTEMIDE, MILANO (IT)

Speaker 6

PAOLO GUZZINI

IGUZZINI ILLUMINAZIONE S.P.A, RECANATI (IT)

Speaker 6

REINDER COEHOORN

PHILIPS RESEARCH LABORATORIES, EINDHOVEN (NL)

Speaker 6

MARKUS WILKENS

PHOTONICS21

Speaker 7

SRIDHARAN VENK

OSRAM, Treviso (IT)

Organization

Chairs

Luigi Ambrosio (DSCTM - CNR)
Michele Muccini (ISMN - CNR)

Scientific Committee

Manuela Melucci (ISOF - CNR)
Francesco Mercuri (ISMN - CNR)
Stefano Toffanin (ISMN - CNR)
Gabriella Leo (ISMN - CNR)

Organizing Committee

Giovanna Guidicelli (ISMN - CNR)
Simona Aldrovandi (ISMN - CNR)
Valeria Pignedoli (MIST E-R)

Technical Support

Alessandro Tugnoli (ISMN - CNR)

Communication & Press Office

Roberta Ribera (ISMN - CNR)
roberta.ribera@ismn.cnr.it

For information and inquiries

CM&L2015 Organizing Secretariat
info@cml2015.it

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Fees

The registration fee amounts to 250 EUR for advance payments (before 15 June 2015) and 350 EUR for late (after 15 June 2015 and until 20 September 2015). The registration fee covers admission to the scientific program, lunch and coffee breaks for the whole duration of the workshops. Payment details will be sent by email to participants upon registration.

UNTIL 15 JUNE 2015

€ 250

AFTER 15 JUNE 2015

€ 350

Abstract submission

We still accept abstracts for the poster presentations session of CM&L2015 until Monday, 14 September, 2015