ECOF16 in Paris, France

Welcome to the 16th European Conference on Organized Films in Paris

8th – 12th July 2019

Université Paris Descartes, Centre universitaire des Saints-Pères, Paris


About the conference 

The 16th European Conference on Organized Films (ECOF 16) adds to a successful series of conferences addressing latest findings and advances in the field of thin and ultrathin organic films as well as nanoscience and -technologies. It will take place in Paris.

The aim of this meeting is to promote multidisciplinary approaches for a better understanding of fundamental aspects of film formation and organization in the area of basic and applied research. Aside from the synthesis of organic molecules, polymers and novel hybrid materials with tailored properties, this conference deals with the fabrication of mono- and multilayers also highly organized and structured. It covers the investigation of resulting properties (optical, electrical, magnetic and mechanical) also in terms of versatile applications. ECOF 16 will feature general sessions and focus sessions in the areas of 2D materials, biomimetic materials, responsive layers and optoelectronics. 

Therefore the Local Organization Committee invites contributions from all disciplines and all countries that discuss various aspects in the field of thin and ultrathin organic films. ECOF 16 will offer a stimulating environment for an intense exchange of new insights, approaches and to build up new co-operations. 


Conference Topics

Topic n°1  "T1"  : Langmuir and Langmuir-Blodgett Films

Topic n°2  "T2"  : Self-assembly and Nanoscale Organization

Topic n°3  "T3"  : Biological and Bioinspired Systems

Topic n°4  "T4"  : Membrane and Polymer Films, Multilayers

Topic n°5  "T5"  : Inorganic Thin Films and Multilayers

Topic n°6  "T6"  : Organic Devices, Graphene and Carbon Materials

Topic n°7  "T7"  : Nano-objects, Nano-materials

Topic n°8  "T8"  : Thin Films Applications


"This year, the ECOF meeting opens a special session dedicated to students. phD students could apply for a short oral presentation (10mn) (“student Presentation", see Scientific Program) associated to a poster (presented in the poster session).

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