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Category: PhD-Postdoc series

On the 27th of April, Dr. Loreta A. Muscarella currently a postdoc at Utrecht University (NL) and previously at AMOLF (NL) will present her talk on: Strain-induced stabilization of phase segregation in mixed-halide perovskites.Abstract: The demand for energy grows globally due to a rapid grow...

Category: PhD-Postdoc series

On the 13th of April, Dr. Nutifafa Y. Doumon currently a postdoc NREL (US) and previously at INRS (Ca) will present his talk on: Challenges Faced by Emerging (Organic) Photovoltaic Technologies.Abstract:The increasing global demand for energy and the challenge of reducing carbon emissions have p...

Category: PhD-Postdoc series

On the 23rd of March, Dr. Pietro Caprioglio a postdoc in the Snaith's group at the University of Oxford (UK) will present his talk on: Open-circuit and short-circuit loss management in inverted wide-gap perovskite pin solar cellsAbstract:We couple a theoretical and experimental ap...

Category: PhD-Postdoc series

On the 9th of March, Dr. Rhiannon Kennard, a postdoc in the Cussen's group at the University of Sheffield (UK) will present her talk on:Using Grazing Incidence X-Rays to Understand Halide Perovskite Films.Abstract:Halide perovskites are of great interest for optoelectronic applications such as sola...

Category: PhD-Postdoc series

On the 23rd of February, Dr. Mathias Uller Rothmann, a postdoc in the Semiconductor Physics group at the University of Oxford (UK) will present his talk on:“Advanced electron microscopy studies of perovskite solar cell materials.“ Electron microscopes (EM) are commonly used to study the mic...

Category: PhD-Postdoc series

On February 9th, Erkan Aydin a Postdoc in the KPV lab at KAUST (Saudi Arabia) will present his talk on:“Solution-processed perovskites on textured interfaces: A successful platform for efficient perovskite/silicon tandem solar cells.“ Abstract:Monolithic perovskite/silicon tandem ...

Category: PhD-Postdoc series

On January 26th, Simon Kahmann a Postdoc in Prof. S. Stranks’s lab at the University of Cambridge (UK) will present his talk on :"Taking a closer look: the power of optical microscopy to unravel the complex world of two-dimensional perovskites." Abstract:Studied since the 1980’s, research on two...

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To kick off the NGSE6 Prof. Brabec greets the over 170 participants for the starting sesstion. The topic of the NGSE6 are „Concepts to break the Detailed-Balance limit“. As Silicon approaches this limit in the laboratory and in practical applications of solar cells new concepts are needed that allo...

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The program for the NGSE6 - Concepts to break the Detailed-Balance Limit in Photovoltaics is now finalized. We are happy to present 18 Speakers in two days that give 45min Tutorials or 25min invited talks on -Detailed-balance Limit and Fundamentals -Multiple Exciton Generation -Up and Dow...