Date of creation: 2018
CNRS Institute: INC (Chemistry)
French director: André-Jean ATTIAS
Korean partner: Yonsei University
Korean co-director: Eunkyoung KIM
2B-FUEL Opening ceremony at Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea on 5 October 2018. Center: Antoine PETIT, Chairman and CEO (CNRS) and Won-Yong LEE, Vice-President for Research Affairs (Yonsei University).
Building Blocks for FUture Electronics Laboratory (2B-FUEL) is the first French-Korean International Research Laboratory (IRL) in partnership between the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), Sorbonne Université (France), and Yonsei University (Korea).
2B-FUEL is hosted at Yonsei University, Advanced Science & Technology Center, in Seoul. It was created in 2018.
Research activities at 2B-FUEL are focused on the synthesis of new materials and novel devices architectures for flexible organic electronics towards autonomous and integrated smart systems.
This activity relies on multidisciplinary members and partners skills in this field, covering molecular chemistry, physical-chemistry, photophysics, modeling, devices engineering and process technology.
2B-FUEL develops an upstream research with the aim to imagine new materials and explore new original routes to use them in novel device architectures.
These Building Blocks are designed in view of providing flexible electronics towards autonomous and integrated systems, what we call Future Electronics.
- New generation of hybrid van der Waals heterostructures
- Organic persistent luminescence
PARTNERING INSTITUTIONS AND LABORATORIES
- CNRS/INC (Chemistry)
- Sorbonne Université
IN SOUTH KOREA
- Laboratory of Organic Materials for Information Processing, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Yonsei University
OTHER LABORATORIES INVOLVED
- ENS Lyon (Université de Lyon)
- CINaM (Université Aix-Marseille)
- IPCMS (Université de Strasbourg)