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Monday, 24 September 2018, 08:30 – 12:15 - Free Admission to the Monday Opening
08:30 - 10:00 Scientific Opening / Plenary Session 1AP.1
Short Introduction and Scientific Opening of the Conference
Piotr Szymanski, European Commission Joint Research Centre, Director of Energy, Transport and Climate
'Research priorities of the European Commission, the JRC in particular, in photovoltaics that are contributing to an emerging low carbon society'
1AP.1 Fundamental approaches for high efficiency photovoltaics
Nicholas Ekins-Daukes (UNSW Australia, Australia)
Erwin Kessels (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands)
Hybrid III-V/SiGe Solar Cells Grown on Si Substrates through Aggressive Buffer Layers
P. Caño Fernández - UPM; H. Nguyen - IQE; A. Morgan - IQE; L. Cifuentes - UPM; A.D. Johnson - IQE; I. Rey-
Stolle – UPM
High-Efficiency Monolithic Perovskite/Silicon Tandem Solar Cells
F. Sahli - EPFL; J. Werner - EPFL; B.A. Kamino - CSEM; M. Bräunigner - EPFL;
R. Monnard - EPFL; B. Paviet-Salomon - CSEM; L. Barraud - CSEM; L. Ding - CSEM; J.J. Diaz Leon - CSEM; D. Sacchetto - CSEM; G.Cattaneo - CSEM; A. Walter - CSEM; S.-J. Moon - CSEM; T.-J. Yang - EPFL; P. Fiala - EPFL; F. Fu - EPFL;
M. Boccard - EPFL; M. Despeisse - CSEM; B. Niesen - CSEM; S. Nicolay - CSEM;
Q. Jeangros - EPFL; C.Ballif – EPFL
Electronic Ratchets as Necessary Stepping Stones for New PV Concepts
A. Delamarre - University of Tokyo; D. Suchet - LPICM; N. Cavassilas - IM2NP - CNRS; Z. Jehl Li Kao - Universityof Tokyo; Y. Okada - University of Tokyo;
M. Sugiyama - University of Tokyo; J.-F. Guillemoles – CNRS
Invited presentation - "Current overview of PV technologies and PV technology visions for the future"
Scientia Professor Martin A. Green, Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics,
School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering, Tyree Energy Technologies Building, University of New South Wales
These are the first presentations of the 5 days Conference. About 1,000 contributions to the Conference will be featured during this week.
10:00 Opening Addresses
11:00 Moderated Panel Discussion
Topic: “PV Growth Prospects in Europe – What Role in a Terawatt-level PV World?”
The year 2018 brought a number of important changes that may have important impacts on European PV markets, including the approval of more ambitious EU renewable targets for 2030, record-low PV auction prices around the world, as well as changes in China’s policies and trade conditions in key markets affecting global supply-demand market dynamics. Will these factors trigger a rebound of PV additions in Europe in the coming years? What are the conditions for this to happen? What countries and sectors will lead growth? What are the implications for the European industry and its role in global PV markets? All these questions will be debated by representatives of European institutions, countries and industry stakeholders in the opening day of EUPVSEC 2018.
12:15 – 12:45 Becquerel Prize Ceremony
Do not miss the opportunity to be part of the 35th EU PVSEC 2018
24 - 28 Sept 2018
Monday to Thursday, 08:30 - 18:30 / Friday 08:30 - 12:30
The programme for the 35th EU PVSEC 2018 is published. With almost 1,000 high-level presentations from all over the world, the programme and its parallel events offer a world-class overview and in-depth insights to the latest research in the PV solar energy sector.
24 - 27 Sept 2018
Monday: 13:00 - 20:00 / Tuesday & Wednesday:09:00 - 18:00 / Thursday:09:00 - 16:00
You will meet your target group right there: the global PV community, from science and PV industry will gather at the EU PVSEC. Technologies, innovations and new concepts in the upstream PV sector are the main characteristics.
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