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JPH2018 – an event supported by GOTSolar

For a third year in a row, the GOTSolar consortium, supports the French Workshop on Hybrid Perovskites. The JPH2018 took place 14-16th May 2018 in Grenoble-Autrans in the French Alps.

ABXPV Perovskite Thin Film Photovoltaics 2018: Summary and Pictures

27-28 February 2017, the GOTSolar consortium co-chaired a symposium devoted to recent progress in perovskite solar cells. The chairperson of the conference from GOTSolar was Jacky Even (CNRS/INSA Rennes), and the organisation work has been performed by NanoGe. The event was hosted in Rennes, France. The ABXPV18 attracted ca. 200 participants from all over the world.

Scientific information and profile of the conference can be found here: gotsolar.eu/abxpv/

 

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Adélio Mendes, the GOTSolar coordinator, speaking about the project and the FET-Open action of the European Commission's Horizon 2020. Photo: Piotr Krupiński

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Conference main organiser, Jacky Even (INSA Rennes/GOTSolar), and project coordinator Adeélio Mendes (U. Porto/GOTSolar) communicating the project results at the opening of the conference. Photo: Piotr Krupiński

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Full house at the lecture of Prof. Adélio Mendes. Photo: Piotr Krupiński

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Plenary lecture of Prof. Michael Grätzel (EPFL/GOTSolar). Photo: Piotr Krupiński

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Plenary lecture of Dr. Michael Saliba (U. Fribourg, formerly: EPFL/GOTSolar). Photo: Piotr Krupiński

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Geraud Delport (CNRS/ENS Paris Saclay) presenting his research done within GOTSolar. Photo: Piotr Krupiński

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Family photo of GOTSolar executors present at the conference. Photo: Alexey Tarasov

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Poster session at the ABXPV18. Photo: NanoGe

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All participants of the ABXPV18. Photo: NanoGe

ABXPV Perovskite Thin Film Photovoltaics 2018: Programme and Invitation

The conference will be held 27-28 February 2018 in Rennes, France. The symposium is organised under the auspices of GOTSolar — a Horizon 2020 FET-Open project of the European Union.

Perovskite Solar Cells Symposium at the E-MRS Fall Meeting 2017: Summary and Pictures

18-21 September 2017, the GOTSolar consortium organised a symposium devoted to recent progrees in perovskite solar cells. The chairpersons of the symposium were GOTSolar leaders: Janusz Lewiński (IChF PAN), Adélio Mendes (U. Porto) and Emmanuelle Deleporte (CNRS), and the local organising committee consisted of IChF PAN students. The event was hosted at Warsaw University of Technology. The PSC symposium was organised within the framework of the European Materials Research Society's Fall Meeting gathering 1000+ scientists in materials science in 20+ symposia of different topics.

 

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Adélio Mendes, Emmanuelle Deleporte and Janusz Lewiński opening the PSC Symposium. Photo: Adam Tulewicz

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Plenary lecture of Prof. Michael Grätzel. Photo: Piotr Krupiński

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The organisers presenting the GOTSolar project. Photo: Adam Tulewicz

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The GOTSolar head, Prof. Adélio Mendes, introducing the consortium of the project. Photo: Adam Tulewicz

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Plenary lecture of Prof. Udo Bach. Photo: Adam Tulewicz

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Networking of participants in the Main Hall of Warsaw University of Technology. Photo: Piotr Krupiński

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Plenary lecture of Prof. Mercouri Kanatzidis. Photo: Adam Tulewicz

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Discussions at the poster session. Photo: Piotr Krupiński

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Plenary lecture of Prof. Kai Zhu. Photo: Adam Tulewicz

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Marie Curie statue welcoming participants in the Main Hall of Warsaw University of Technology. Photo: Piotr Krupiński

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Luisa Andrade presenting some of the scientific achievements of the GOTSolar project. Photo: Adam Tulewicz

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Discussion after the plenary lecture of Prof. Simone Meloni. Photo: Adam Tulewicz

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Plenary lecture of Prof. Jiwon Kim. Photo: Piotr Krupiński

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PSC Symposium chairpersons at the award ceremony. Photo: Piotr Krupiński

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JPH 2017, 9-10 May 2017: an event supported by GOTSolar

The French partners from CNRS-Rennes have organised the third French Workshop on Hybrid Perovskites, JPH2017, 9-10th May 2017 at the MOLTECH laboratory of the University of Angers.

The event has been supported by the GOTSolar project in terms of scientific impact and programme. Two out of three plenary lectures were also given by GOTSolar consortium members. This event was a great opportunity to disseminate the work performed whithin GOTSolar.

JPH2017 gathered more than 100 participants from various fields and was the occasion for sharing the ideas behind GOTSolar with the rapidly growing French perovskite community.

 

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Plenary lecture of Michael Grätzel opening JPH2017.

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Plenary lecture of Jacky Even.

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Ferdinand Ledée during his talk.

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Participants of JPH2017.

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Perovskite Solar Cells Symposium at EMRS Fall Meeting 2017, Warsaw, Poland: Invitation and Programme

Welcome to the website of the Perovskite Solar Cells symposium organized within the E-MRS Fall Meeting.

The conference will be held 18-21 September 2017 in Warsaw, Poland.

The abstract submission deadline is 29 May 2017.

The symposium is organised under the auspices of GOTSolar — a Horizon 2020 FET-Open project of the European Union.

Symposium chairs

Prof. Janusz Lewiński, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Warsaw
Prof. Adeélio Mendes, University of Porto
Prof. Emmanuelle Deleporte, CNRS/ENS Cachan

Local organizing committee

Piotr Krupiński, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Warsaw
Natalia Olejnik, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Warsaw

Keynote lectures

Michael Grätzel, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Mercouri G. Kanatzidis, Northwestern University, Evanston IL
Udo Bach, Monash University, Melbourne
Simone Meloni, University of Rome
Kai Zhu, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Denver
Jiwon Kim, Yonsei University, Incheon

List of topics

• New materials for the construction of perovskite solar cells
• Characterization of perovskite solar cells
• Stability studies of perovskite solar cells
• Modeling of perovskite solar cells structure, properties and operation behaviour
• Perovskite solar cells using combined absorbers
• Phenomenological studies of perovskite solar cells
• Perovskite solar cells devices
• Up-scale works of perovskite solar cells and life cycle assessment
• Large-area perovskite solar cells and modules
• Lead-free solar devices
• Industrial and commercial opportunities of perovskite solar devices

Schedule of talks

The detailed schedule is available here

E-MRS Fall Meeting

The European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) was established in 1983 through the initiative of individual European Materials scientists in order to enhance the links between materials science and industry and to provide a voice for the materials community. Its annual Fall Meeting provides the opportunity to exchange ideas, expand one's knowledge and make new contacts. The conference will consist of 23 parallel symposia and a plenary session and provides an international forum to discuss recent advances in the field of materials science. The conference will be augmented by an exhibition of products and services of interest to the conference participants. For more information visit the general website of E-MRS Fall Meeting.

Registration

Registration is possible at the general website of the Fall Meeting. Direct link for submitting your abstract is here. Before registering please have a look at practical information including Fees, Timeline, and Travel details.

Venue

The conference will take place at the ancient campus of Warsaw University of Technology in the heart of the town, walking distance from central railway station.

JPH 2016 17–18 May 2016: an event supported by GOTSolar

The second French workshop on Hybrid Perovskites, JPH2016, took part 17-18th May 2016 in Rennes. JPH2016 gathered more than 100 participants from various fields and was the occasion for a widespread dissemination of the first results obtained by the French Partners within the GOTSolar project.

 

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Figure 1. Jacky Even (FOTON/CNRS/INSA de Rennes) opening JPH2016.

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Figure 2. Claire Roiland (ISCR/CNRS/Université de Rennes 1) presenting NMR results.

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Figure 3. Emmanuelle Deleporte (LAC/CNRS/ENS Cachan) discussing excitons in 2D perovskites

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Figure 4. Pierre Audebert (PPSM/CNRS/ENS Cachan) during his invited talk.

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Figure 5. Participants of JPH2016.

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