SPINOS, the International Meeting on Spins in Organic Semiconductors is the name of a series of conferences that started in 2007 in Bologna and continued successfully in Salt Lake City (2009), Amsterdam (2010), London (2012), Himeji (2014), and Chicago (2016). The goal of SPINOS is to bring together scientists investigating spins in organic semiconductors and carbon based systems and to discuss recent advances in organic spintronics, magnetic field effects in organic systems, organic magnets, and spin chemistry. Material systems of interest include p-conjugated polymers and small molecules, but also carbon based systems like Graphene. Besides the possibility to monitor the progress of established areas of organic spintronics the conference also tries to show up new directions and opportunities for spins in organic materials.
SPINOS VII will be held in Halle (Saale) in Germany from August 13 to August 16, 2018. The program will include invited talks, contributed talks and poster contributions. For students extra low registration fees will be available.
A special session with several invited speakers will be devoted to magnetic molecules and molecular magnetism.
The program has been updated and information on local transport has been added.
We all hope to see you in Halle for SPINOS VII.
On behalf of the advisory board