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Computational acceleration of novel organic electronic materials development

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Join us on April 29 to learn about the latest technology in atomistic-scale design and development of novel organic electronic materials with recent .. Read more case studies and examples. Organic electronic materials are under widespread development for applications in the display and energy industries. In this webinar, we will showcase the latest technology in atomistic-scale design and development of novel organic electronic materials using recent case studies and examples. Powered by the advances in physics-based and data-driven approaches, key design criteria for optoelectronic applications are quickly assessed over the extensive chemical design space, providing the most cost-effective pathway for developing new and innovative organic electronic materials. The work also highlights the significance of large-scale digitisation and property-based screening of molecular materials, paving the way for a smarter materials design framework for a wide range of applications. Shaun Kwak received a doctoral degree in chemical engineering from the University of Minnesota under the direction of James R. Chelikowsky. His main interest is to provide optimal design and development strategies to the materials industry through the latest advancement in computational chemistry and machine learning technology.

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