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Invited speakers

Our confirmed invited speakers:

Henk Bolink

Henk Bolink (University of Valencia)


Title: Vacuum processed perovskite solar cells

Silvana Botti

Silvana Botti (Friedrich-Schiller University Jena)


Title: Computational materials design: focus on perovskites

Christoph Brabec

Christoph Brabec (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg)


Title: Long Lived OPV and Perovskites – what are the lifetime limitations of printed solar cells

Gianluca Coletti

Gianluca Coletti (TNO)


Title: Progress on 4 terminal tandem cell and module technology for industrial application

Niels Damrauer

Niels Damrauer (University of Colorado Boulder)


Title: A Case for Dimers: Exploiting Multiexciton Dynamics Uncovered in Singlet Fission to Improve Efficiency in Triplet-Triplet Annihilation Upconversion

Antonia Facchetti

Antonio Facchetti (Northwestern University - Weinberg College)

Website: https://faculty.wcas.

Title: Unconventional solar cells optimized by materials design

Feng Gao

Feng Gao (Linköping University)


Title: Minimizing voltage losses in organic solar cells with small energetic offsets

Ferdinand Grozema

Ferdinand Grozema (Delft University of Technology)


Title: Tuning the properties of two-dimensional hybrid halide perovskites

Eva Herzig

Eva Herzig (University of Bayreuth)


Title: Opportunities and Limitations of Nanostructural Control in the Active Layer of OPVs

Monica Lira-Cantu

Mónica Lira-Cantú (Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology)


Title: Decoupling the effects of defects on efficiency and stability through phosphonates in stable halide perovskite solar cells

Safa Shoaee

Safa Shoaee (University of Potsdam)


Title: Relating Energetic Disorder and Nonradiative Recombination of Charge Transfer States

Shuxia Tao

Shuxia Tao (Eindhoven University of Technology)


Title: Taming defects in halide perovskites: insights from atomistic to molecular simulations

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