Modelling Electroactive Conjugated Materials at the Multiscale

Project Partners

The European Union Framework 6 project Modecom involves the following groups:

    EU/China partners
  • Alison Walker (Coordinator)
    Physics, University of Bath, UK
    email a.b.walker"at"bath.ac.uk
  • Zhigang Shuai
    Tsinghua University
    and Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing
    email zgshuai"at"tsinghua.edu.cn
  • Claudio Zannoni
    Chemistry, University of Bologna, Italy
    e-mail Claudio.Zannoni"at"unibo.it
  • Neil Greenham
    Optoelectronics Group, University of Cambridge, UK
    e-mail ncg11"at"cam.ac.uk
  • David Beljonne
    Chemistry of Novel Materials, University of Mons-Hainaut, Belgium
    email David"at"averell.umh.ac.be
  • Michael Cass
    Cambridge Display Technology, Cambridge,UK
    tel +44 (0)1954 713600
    fax +44 (0)1954 713621
  • Kurt Stokbro
    QuantumWise
    Copenhagen,Demark
    tel +45 699 01 888
    fax +45 698 02 801

  • US partners
  • Jean-Luc Brédas
    Chemistry, Georgia Tech, USA
    email jean-luc.bredas"at"chemistry.gatech.edu
  • Rigoberto Hernandez
    Chemistry, Georgia Tech, USA
    Hernandez"at"chemistry.gatech.edu
  • David Sherrill
    Chemistry, Georgia Tech, USA
    sherrill"at"chemistry.gatech.edu
  • Ted Goodson
    Chemistry, University of Michigan,USA
    email tgoodson"at"umich.edu
  • Robert Silbey
    Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,USA
    email silbey"at"mit.edu
  • Zoltan Soos
    Chemistry, Princeton University, USA
    email soos"at"princeton.edu

    Modecom project officer
    Dr Martyn Chamberlain
    European Commission


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