Photovoltaic Materials

Invited Speakers:

  • Seishi Abe, Research Institute for Electromagnetic Materials, Japan
    Physical deposition of nanocomposite thin film containing semiconductor nanocrystals.Using literature review writing services to select educational materials about photovoltaic modules and solar cells.
  • El-Shafei  Ahmed, North Carolina State University, U.S.A
    Molecular Engineering of Novel Panchromatic Sensitizers for Dye-sensitized Solar Cells Exceeding 10% Efficiency
  • Pälvi Apilo, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finlan, Finland
    Roll-to-roll printing of organic photovoltaic modules
  • Michael S. Arnold, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
    Using Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes as the Primary Light Absorbing Materials of Solar Cells.
  • Seung Jae Baik, Hankyong National University, South Korea
    Charge transport in quantum dot based solar cells
  • David Carroll, Wake Forest University, USA
    Generating Power From Fabrics
  • Tien-Lung Chiu, Yuan Ze university,Taiwan
    High accumulative efficiency of organic solar module
  • Andrew J. Clayton, Glyndwr University, UK
    Materials challenges in ultra-thin CdTe PV solar cells
  • Hongtao Cui, The University of New South Wales, Australia
    Evaporation of CZTS solar cells
  • Andrew Fairbrother, Catalan Institute for Energy Research (IREC), Spain
    Thin film solar cells based on earth abundant kesterite compounds
  • Aomar Hadjadj, University of Reims, France
    The kinetics of hydrogen plasma interaction with a-Si:H thin films: etching or amorphous to nanoocrystalline transition
  • Hongwei Han, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
    Efficient Monolithic Solid-state Mesoscopic Solar Cells Based on Full Printing technology
  • Mohamed Henini, University of Nottingham, UK
    Emerging Dilute III-V Bismides/Nitrides Semiconductors for Photovoltaics Applications
  • Archana Jayaram, Shizuoka University, Japan
    Investigation of Mesoporous TiO2 nanospheres  for the Dye sensitized solar cell applications
  • Kazunori Koga, Kyushu University, Japan
    Quantum dot sensitized solar cells using group IV semiconductor nanoparticles
  • Yasuyoshi Kurokawa, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
    Progress in Nanostructured Si-based Solar Cells
  • Emmanuel Kymakis , Technological Educational Institute (T.E.I) of Crete, Greece
    Solution processable graphene based materials for organic photovoltaic devices
  • Johan Lauwaert , University of Ghent, Belgium
    Capacitance spectroscopy a method to reveal information on the electronic structure of thin film solar cells
  • Jiun-Haw Lee, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
    X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study of CuInSe2 thin film passivated by trioctylphosphine sulfide
  • Yves Leterrier, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
    Photopolymerized Nanocomposites and Light-Trapping Nanostructures for Large Area Roll-to-Roll Encapsulation of Photovoltaics
  • I.A.Levitsky, Emitech,Inc.,USA
    Carbon Nanotubes – Si Hybrid Solar Cells
  • Yalin Lu, University of Science and Technology of China, China
    Photocatalysis of titanium dioxide nanoparticles and their solar applications
  • Richard R. Lunt, Michigan State University, USA
    Excitonic Photovoltaics: Efficiency Limits and Unique Opportunities
  • Kazuhiro Marumoto, University of Tsukuba, Japan
    Direct Observation of Hole Accumulation in Polymer Solar Cells During Device Operation using Light-Induced Electron Spin Resonance
  • Matthias Meier, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany
    Progress in thin-film silicon photovoltaics with nanotechnology
  • Patrice Miska, Jean Lamour Institute – CNRS – University of Lorraine, France
    Control of spontaneous emission of silicon nanostructures coupled to microcavities or plasmonic structures.
  • Gon Namkoong, Old Dominion University, USA
    New integration approaches for large-scale, highly arrayed nanostructures for photovoltaic applications
  • Jatin Rath, Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands
    Silicon nanoparticles for photovoltaics
  • Brian Roberts, University of Michigan, USA
    Scattering Nanostructures for Angle Selective Light Management in Thin Film Photovoltaics
  • Viney Saini,University of Arkansas at Little Rock,USA
    Carbon nanotubes and their application in organic-inorganic hybrid solar cells
  • Koichi Sasaki, Hokkaido University, Japan
    Insight into sputtering deposition processes of CuZnSnS
  • Hajime Shirai, Saitama University, Japan
    Improved efficiency of crystalline-Si/organic heterojunction photovolatics using nanometer-sized functional materials
  • Katsuaki Tanabe, University of Tokyo, Japan
    Towards Quantum Dot Solar Cell Industrialization: High Efficiency Cells and Flexible Thin Film Cells
  • Rainer Timm, Lund University, Sweden
    Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of III-V Semiconductor Nanowires for Photovoltaics
  • Ayse Turak, McMaster University, Canada
    Morphological stabilization in organic photovolatics



Workshop chairs:

  • Richard R. Lunt, Michigan State University, USA

Operating Organization


University of Electronic Science and Technology of China