4 May 2016
 
PHEBE consortium partner Durham University will be hosting on 16 June 2016 an inaugural workshop on thermally-activated delayed fluorescence (TADF). The workshop is designed to allow people from a diverse range of backgrounds to learn, discuss and experience the development of the TADF mechanism and other related research. The workshop has been titled ‘Maximising the RISC’ for a number of reasons; firstly, the current accepted model is that reverse intersystem crossing is fundamental to the TADF process; secondly, it is hoped that this workshop will help maximise the exchange of knowledge, impact and the reach of everyone involved; thirdly, trying to organise a one-day workshop in less than six months is a pretty risky endeavour.
 
Available spaces are limited so, if you are interested to participate, don’t delay in registering at https://risc-tadf.net