The workshop “Multiscale Modelling of Organic Semiconductors: From Elementary Processes to Devices”, organized by researchers involved in the Mostophos and Extmos project, has taken place from Tuesday 12 to Friday 15 September in Grenoble, France.

The workshop constituted a significant opportunity for meeting and discussing the potential of organic materials, especially in the development of flexible, printable, wearable and low-cost electronic technology. A particularly relevant topic concerned how to bring this technology to market, and how to make durable and high performance organic-based appliances. For this reason, the workshop has combined the academic and industrial experience of the major experimental and theoretical groups in the field of organic semiconductors. Modeling is becoming extremely necessary to develop novel materials to assist the resource-consuming processes of experimental synthesis and testing in devices.

The workshop has been organized in the framework of CECAM flagship events, receiving support from the Mainz and Lyon CECAM nodes.