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Date:Speaker:Title:Relevant papers:Youtube Video link:
08-Jun-2022 Mohammed Azzouzi
Imperial College London, UK
Multiscale modelling of OPV devices: Reconciling models of interfacial state kinetics and device performance in organic solar cells. Link 1Available soon
25-May-2022Safakath Karuthedath
– KAUST, KSA
Role of Ionization Energy Offset in Binary and Ternary Organic Solar Cells. Link 1
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11-May-2022Clément Maheu
– TU Darmstadt, DE
Photoelectron Spectroscopies provide insights in solar energy materials and their interfaces.Link 1
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27-Apr-2022 loretaLoreta A. Muscarella
– AMOLF, NL
– Utrecht University, NL
Strain-induced stabilization of phase segregation in mixed-halide perovskites.Link 1
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13-Apr-2022 Nutifafa Y. DoumonNutifafa Doumon
– INRS, Ca
– NREL, US
Challenges Faced by Emerging (Organic) Photovoltaic Technologies. Link 1
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23-Mar-2022 Pietro Caprioglio
– University of Oxford, UK
Open-circuit and short-circuit loss management in inverted wide-gap perovskite pin solar cells.Link 1
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09-Mar-2022Rhiannon Kennard
– UC Santa Barbara, US
– University of Sheffield, UK
Using Grazing Incidence X-Rays to Understand Halide Perovskite Films. Link 1
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23-Feb-2022Mathias U. RothmannMathias Uller Rothmann
– University of Oxford, UK
Advanced Electron Microscopy of Metal Halide Perovskites.Link 1
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09-Feb-2022Erkan Aydin
– KAUST, KSA
Solution-processed perovskites on textured interfaces: A successful platform for efficient perovskite/silicon tandem solar cells.Link 1
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26-Jan-2022 Simon Kahmann
– University of Cambridge, UK
Taking a closer look: the power of optical microscopy to unravel the complex world of two-dimensional perovskites. Link 1
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24-Nov-2021Lorena Perdigón Toro‬
– University of Potsdam, DE
What have we learned so far from state-of-the-art organic solar cells?Link 1
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10-Nov-2021Felix Lang
– University of Potsdam, DE
Perovskite-based Tandem Photovoltaics for Near-Earth, Moon, Mars and Deep Space Applications.
From Radiation Tolerance to Open Challenges.
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27-Oct-2021Moritz Futscher
– EMPA, CH
Ion migration in halide perovskites: Opportunities and challenges.Link 1
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13-Oct-2021Jarla Thiesbrummel
– University of Oxford, UK
Universal Current Losses in Perovskite Solar Cells Due to Mobile Ions.Link 1
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22-Sep-2021Christian M. Wolff
– EPFL, CH
Light management in perovskite single- and multi-junction solar cells.Link