European training network on organic electronics
An EU initiative brings together six universities, two research centres, and two Europe-based companies to advance the multidisciplinary field of organic electronics. Funded by the Marie Skłodowska Curie programme, UHMob is a European training network enabling multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral training and research in the field. Fifteen young researchers will use advanced techniques to elucidate the charge transport mechanisms in molecular semiconductors. Researchers will also explore the coupling of the molecular semiconductors with the vacuum electromagnetic field – a radically new concept in physics that holds great promise for modulating the optoelectronic properties of materials. By leveraging the strength of the EU in the field of organic electronics, UHMob outcomes have the potential to trigger transformations in many diverse fields.
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Funding SchemeMSCA-ITN-ETN - European Training Networks