LMPV Annual Symposium: Light management, materials design and fabrication for photovoltaics
Friday, June 7, 2024 | 9:15-17:00 | NWO Institute AMOLF

LMPV Symposium 2024

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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Keynote speakers

  • Juliane Borchert (University of Freiburg)
  • Mark Boneschanscher (Eindhoven University of Technology)
  • Monica Morales‐Masis (University of Twente)
  • Olindo Isabella (Delft University of Technology)

Juliane Borchert

Metal Halide Perovskites – Tuning the Next Generaton of Solar Cells

Monica Morales‐Masis

Vacuum- and laser-based deposition of metal halide perovskites: from dry mechanochemical synthesis to solar cell devices

Olindo Isabella

From modelling to realization of high-efficiency crystalline silicon heterojunction solar cells

Mark Boneschanscher

Modular scaling to speed up the energy transition

The energy transiton is one of the largest challenges of our generaton. To achieve an economy with netzero greenhouse gas emissions in 2050 asks for a complete overhaul in the way we produce, transport, store, and use energy – in a very short period of time. This asks for quickly scalable technologies and an adaptive lay‐out of our future energy system.

In this lecture, Mark Boneschanscher will provide an overview of where we currently stand in this transiton and indicate promising pathways to move forward. He will discuss the role of modularity in the development of different energy technologies and explore what this implies for the development of PV.