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EPSRC Supersolar PV Hub

One day course for early stage researchers

Research methods for solar PV II: Focus on PV devices

Tues 17 April 2018, Finsbury Square, University of Liverpool London Campus, London (“PVSAT” is 18 – 19 April Imperial College)

Sixth in a series of annual one-day workshops starting, this year’s event will focus on PV Devices. Leading researchers will give their specialist ‘must-have’ overviews of key knowledge essential for postgraduates, postdocs and industrial researchers in silicon, thin film, concentrator, organic and dye and perovskite PV devices. Each speaker will explain the device architecture, fabrication, limiting aspects, research opportunities and performance of their specialist technology areas. The workshop is open to everyone. It is supported by the EPSRC SUPERGEN SuperSolar Hub.

The course is run by the EPSRC SUPERGEN SuperSolar Hub as part of its UK networking activity. Course co-ordinator is Prof Ken Durose, University of Liverpool. The event website is on the PVSAT site at (TBA)
Course fees for SuperSolar Hub Members: £50
Course fees for Non-SuperSolar Hub Member: £100
To register and pay for your place at this training event please visit:

10am - 10.45am Registration with Coffee and Muffins
10.45am - 11.30am Multi-junctions and Concentrators – Dr Diego Alonso-Álvarez – Imperial College London
11.30am - 12.15pm CdTe – Dr Jon Major – University of Liverpool
12.15pm - 12.30pm Discussion
12.30pm – 1.30 pm Lunch and networking discussions
1.30 pm - 2.15pm Silicon – Dr Nigel Mason – PV Consulting Ltd
2.15 – 3.00pm CIGS and CZTS – Dr Ian Forbes – University of Northumbria
3.00 – 3.30pm discussion and Tea
3.30pm - 4.15pm Organic PV and all-inorganic Perovskites – Dr Ross Hatton – University of Warwick
4.15pm – 17.00 pm Dye Cells and Perovskites - Dr Arthur Connell – University of Swansea
17.00 – 17.15 pm Discussion + Coffee

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