Registration for the 7th international TADF Workshop is now open!


Website for the 7th International TADF Workshop is now available.


Registration for the 7th international TADF Workshop is now open!

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Important Dates

Conference attendees

  • Registration open

    September 30, 2022

  • Registration close

    November 25, 2022

Authors of short presentations

  • Abstract submission open

    September 30, 2022

  • Abstract submission deadline

    November 18, 2022

  • Notification of acceptance/rejection

    November 22, 2022

Important Dates

Message from the Chair

Chihaya Adachi

I am proud to announce that the 7th International TADF Workshopwill be held online in December. We believe that online seminars provide a wonderful chance for people to gather from all over the world with minimal barriers to participation—though the time differences can be a bit tricky. We will continue to explore recent results regarding TADF OLEDs and related topics based on charge-transfer complexes this year. Various donor-acceptor interactions have been disclosed to have a rich scientific basis and numerous technological applications, making this area more intriguing each year.

I am very much looking forward to seeing all of you—even if only online—and having fruitful discussions to take our research to the next level. While we cannot meet face to face in Fukuoka, we expect that this attempt to launch exciting online events will pave the way for our post-coronavirus life with a new normal.

We would like to invite a wide variety of researchers from all generations and different research fields related to charge-transfer physics and chemistry. I wish that you will have a wonderful time through this workshop!

Chihaya Adachi
Chair of the 7th International TADF Workshop
Director of the Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics Research at Kyushu University

Scope and Invited Lecturers

     Through TADF-OLED research and related studies, we have come to recognize that charge-transfer (CT) phenomena are central to the behavior of many organic optoelectronic devices. As such, the scope of the workshop will encompass basic and advance CT science and technologies in light-emitting materials and solid-state devices. In addition to talks about TADF emitters, we would also like to invite other cutting-edge studies on light-emitting materials. We look forward to your contribution to this workshop!