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All speakers for the NGSE5 are now confirmed. The main coordination for the online part of the NGSE5 will be from Europe. Therefore the main time indicated in the timetable is Central European Time (Berlin time). The full titles for the short talks in the “Hot Topics” Sessions will be announced shortly. All sessions will be accessible via live stream. The tutorials will also be recorded and saved for on-demand watching.

Berlin Time
(Guangzhou Time)
Monday
Dec. 7th
Tuesday
Dec. 8th
Wednesday
Dec. 9th
9:00-10:00
(16:00-17:00)
Tutorial 3:
Organic Materials Design & Engineering
Alex Jen

(City University Hongkong)
Tutorial 8:
Advanced Concepts & Emerging PVs
Henry Snaith

(Oxford)
10:00-11:00
(17:00-18:00)
Tutorial 4:
OPV Stability
Morten Madsen

(University of Southern Denmark)
Tutorial 9:
Processing & Upscaling
Bin Fan
(GCL)
Chris Case (OxfordPV)
11:00-12:00
(18:00-19:00)
Tutorial 5:
Microscopic simulations of PV
Jan Anton Koster

(University of Groningen)
Tutorial 10:
Applications of PVs
Jonas Bergqvist
(Epishine),
Gang Bao (Advanced Solar Tech)
12:00-14:00
(19:00-21:00)
13:50 (20:50) WelcomeBreakBreak
14:00-15:00
(21:00-22:00)
Tutorial 1:
Fundamentals of PV junctions
Uwe Rau
(Forschungszentrum Jülich)
Hot Topics Session 1
Hongbin Wu: Assessing efficiency of photoinduced charge separation between electron donor/acceptor interface in organic solar cells by quantifying radiative proportion method
Yanming Sun
: Polymer fibril network morphology enables high-performance organic solar cells
Weiwei Li
: Double cable conjugated polymers for single-component organic solar cells
Hot Topics Session 3
Maria Antonietta Loi: Sn-based perovskites from hot electrons to device performances
Jingbi You: Efficient perovskite solar cells with various bandgaps
Steve Albrecht
:
Monolithic perovskite/silicon tandem solar cell with>29% efficiency by enhanced hole extraction
15:00-16:00
(22:00-23:00)
Tutorial 2:
Fundamentals of Device Physics
Carsten Deibel
(Technical University of Chemnitz)
Hot Topics Session 2
Zuo Xiao: Development of efficient nonfullerene acceptors and polymer donors for organic solar cells
Derya Baran
: Printable transport layers for highly transparent organic solar cells
James Durant
: A comparison of charge carrier dynamics in organic and perovskite solar cells
Plenary:
Mike McGeehee
Making metal halide perovskite solar cells stable
16:00-16:30
(23:00-23:30)
BreakIntroduction and live demonstration of Emerging PV database
Osbel Almora/Christian Berger
Wrap up & Closing remarks
16:30-17:30
(23:30-0:30)
Tutorial 6:
Inorganic Materials Design & Engineering
David, Mitzi

(Duke University)
17:30-18:30
(0:30-1:30)
Tutorial 7:
Perovskite Stability
Antonio Abate

(Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin)