HOPV16 Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics Conference – Swansea, 28/06/16-01/07/16
HOPV16 International Conference on Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics
Visit us on the Solartron Analytical (Ametek) booth at HOPV16 International Conference on Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics in Swansea on 28th June – 1st July 2016. See live demonstrations on the Solartron Modulab XM PhotoEchem, a photo-electrochemical measurement system for characterising perovskite solar cells and DSSCs. You can also see the IPCE (Incident Photon to Current Efficiency) add-on module, for quantum efficiency measurements of a range of photovoltaic materials.
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Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics Conference
HOPV is an established scientific conference for the presentation and discussion of advances in hybrid and organic photovoltaics. Topics include:
- Material synthesis and processing
- Device architecture and optimisation
- Functional and structural characterisation
- Material and device modelling
- Material and device stability
- Scale up and commercial development
- Related applications, including carrier multiplication, tandem devices and solar to fuels
Over the three main conference days (Wednesday to Friday), the event will include general presentations in the morning, followed by parallel sessions each afternoon, on more specialist themes. There will also be an exhibition and poster sessions with wine in the evening, and a social dinner on Friday to close the conference.
A full programme and schedule, along with details of talks from invited speakers, is available on the HOPV16 website.
Don’t miss Dr Petra Cameron from the University of Bath presenting her work on Perovskite cells in conjunction with Professor Laurie Peter (Bath) & Professor Henry Snaith (Oxford) using the Solartron Modulab XM PhotoEchem. We’ll be running live demos on the PhotoEchem with Ametek on booth #2 – all are welcome to come along and see it in action!
- Richard Friend, Cavendish Laboratory – University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Molecular Semiconductors for Solar – Designing around the Coulomb Interaction
- Karl Leo, Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany
Small Molecule Organic Solar Cells: from Lab to Applications
- Ayodhya N. Tiwari , Swiss Federal Laboratories for Material Science and Technology, Switzerland
New Paradigm with Highly Efficient Thin Film Photovolatics: Opportunities and Challenges
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See the Solartron Modulab XM PhotoEchem
We’ll be on the Ametek booth, where you can see live demonstrations on the Solartron Modulab XM PhotoEchem, a photo-electrochemical measurement system for characterisation of perovskite solar cells and DSSCs. The system offers a comprehensive range of frequency and time domain measurement techniques, with automatic data analysis. We’ll also have the IPCE add-on module at the booth, with white bias light source for studying photovoltaic and photoanode devices.
HOPV16 will be hosted by Swansea University. Swansea is a key centre for the development of hybrid and organic photovoltaic technologies. The region is home to GCell Ltd, a world leader in the commercialisation of DSSC’s, as well as Swansea University’s £50m SPECIFIC Integrated Knowledge Centre, which targets the scaling up and demonstration of printed PV technology.
Workshop: Printing and Fabrication of 3rd Generation Photovoltaics, in particular Perovskite Solar Cells
At the start of the conference on Tuesday 28th June at Swansea University, there will be a workshop about printing and fabricating third generation photovoltaics, focussing on perovskite. The workshop will cover printing processes for depositing materials and heat treating methods.
The workshop will include a “Laboratory device making” parallel activity for participants who are new to perovskite and would like to discover more about the fundamentals of device fabrication. Participants will construct a simple perovskite device during the event.
The day will run from 8am until 5:30pm. Places are limited, and can be reserved when you register for the conference. More details, including a programme, are available on the HOPV16 website.