At this symposium we discuss the latest developments in light management, materials design and fabrication for the creation of high-efficiency solar cells for a wide range of applications. The program consists of four talks by renowned keynote speakers. The symposium is intended for everyone in solar cell research and development and provides a broad overview of exciting directions in photovoltaics. We will also have a special session on how to further enhance PV collaboration in the Netherlands: National Growth Fund, SolarLab academic PV network
Registration for the workshop is free of charge. We look forward to welcoming you on June 16.
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Socio-technical innovation and climate change
Taming defects in halide perovskites: insights from atomistic and molecular modelling
Shuxia Tao is Assistant Professor of Computational Materials Physics at department of Applied Physics, TU/e. Her research interests lie in the development and application of atomistic and multiscale computational methods for simulating materials for energy conversion and storage.
Research to support PV for fulfilling the Paris Agreement
We must deploy many terawatts in the coming ten years. How can your lab work help? Time flies.
Pietro P. Altermatt is Principal Scientist of Trina Solar, one of the largest PV manufacturers. Read more about his work at www.changeanyway.com and LinkedIn.
Multifunctional hybrid materials in photovoltaics
J. V. Milić*, Chimia 2022, 76, 784–791.
2. J. V. Milić*, J. Mater. Chem. C 2021, 9, 11428–11443.
3. W. Luo, G. AlSabeh, J. V. Milić*, Photochemistry 2022, 50, 342–366.
4. Mishra, P. Ahlawat, G. Fish, F. Jahanbakshi, M. Mladenović, M. A. Preciado-Ruiz, M. Almalki, M. C. Gelvéz-Rueda, V. Dufoulon, T. Schneeberger, D. J. Kubicki, R. Poranne, F. C. Grozema, S. M. Zakeeruddin, J. E. Moser, U. Rothlisberger, L. Emsley*, J. V. Milić*, M. Graetzel*. Chem. Mater. 2021, 33, 6412–6420.
5. L. A. Muscarella, A. Dučinskas, M. Dankl, M. Andrzejewski, N. P. M. Casati, U. Rothlisberger, J. Maier, M. Graetzel, B. Ehrler*, J. V. Milić*, Adv. Mat. 2022, 202108720.
6. W. Luo, G. AlSabeh, J. V. Milić*, et al. 2023, unpublished work
Jovana Milić leads the Smart Energy Materials Group at the Adolphe Merkle Institute since September 2020 as Swiss National Science Foundation PRIMA Fellow and Assistant Professor at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland.