Awards for the best Visual Presentations 2021

The EU PVSEC Poster Awards aim to encourage and to give additional recognition to high quality contributions that combine novelty and excellence in scientific content in their presentation. A total of 16 presenters were awarded, one from each visual session.

The ceremony of the annual awards for the most outstanding Visual Presentations took place during the Closing Session on Friday, 10 September 2021.

Aiming to increase the visibility of poster awards winners and as a recognition to the quality of their presentation, the winners were presented on the dedicated Poster Awards Winners session on Thursday 9 September, from 17:00 to 18:30. This session was composed of 2 parts: The above mentioned presentation of the winners and a chat discussion in a dedicated virtual room together with the winners and interested audience.

Congratulations to all the Poster Award Winners 2021!

The Poster Awards Committee, coordinated by Dr. Julio Cárabe, selected and presented the winners:

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1BV.3.31 Photovoltaic Response Dependence on the Resistive Switching State of Silicon Nanocrystal Multilayers

1BV.3.31  Photovoltaic Response Dependence on the Resistive Switching State of  Silicon Nanocrystal Multilayers

2CV.1.1 Comparing Optical Performance of a Wide Range of Perovskite/Silicon Tandem Architectures under Real-World Conditions

2CV.1.1  Comparing Optical Performance of a Wide Range of Perovskite/Silicon  Tandem Architectures under Real-World Conditions

2DV.3.2 Firing-Stable PECVD SiOxNy/n-Poly-Si Passivating Contacts for High- Efficiency Silicon Solar Cells

2DV.3.2 Firing-Stable PECVD SiOxNy/n-Poly-Si Passivating Contacts for High- Efficiency Silicon Solar Cells

2DV.4.25 Towards Ultra-Thin Silicon Solar Cells for High Specific Power Applications

2DV.4.25  Towards Ultra-Thin Silicon Solar Cells for High Specific Power  Applications

2CV.1.4 “Do Not Blame the Butter for What the Bread Did” or How the Optical Properties of IBC Solar Cells Affect the Results of Spatially Resolved Characterization Methods

2CV.1.4  “Do Not Blame the Butter for  What the Bread Did” or How the Optical Properties of IBC Solar Cells  Affect the Results of Spatially Resolved Characterization Methods

3BV.1.12 Development of an Organic Mixed Tin-Lead Bromide Rich Perovskite for Tandem Application

3BV.1.12  Development of an Organic Mixed Tin-Lead Bromide Rich Perovskite for  Tandem Application

3BV.2.60 The Impact of High Spectral Match: Using an LED Solar Simulator for Tandems

3BV.2.60  The Impact of High Spectral Match: Using an LED Solar Simulator for  Tandems

4AV.1.13 Improved Eddy-Current Probe for Non-Destructive Characterization of Electrical Contacts in PV Modules

4AV.1.13  Improved Eddy-Current Probe for Non-Destructive Characterization of  Electrical Contacts in PV Modules

4AV.2.23 Double-Sided Characterisation of Full-Size Bifacial PV Modules Based on Low-Cost LED Bias Light

4AV.2.23  Double-Sided Characterisation of Full-Size Bifacial PV Modules Based  on Low-Cost LED Bias Light

4DV.2.19 Carbon Footprint Analysis of CIGS Thin-Film PV Modules with Focus on Building-Integrated Applications

4DV.2.19 Carbon Footprint Analysis of CIGS Thin-Film PV Modules with Focus on  Building-Integrated Applications

5BV.4.17 Day-Ahead PV Generation Forecasting Based on Deep Learning Approach

5BV.4.17  Day-Ahead PV Generation Forecasting Based on Deep Learning  Approach

5CV.2.15 A Machine Learning-Aided Underperformance Assessment of Solar Plants

5CV.2.15  A Machine Learning-Aided Underperformance Assessment of Solar  Plants

5CV.3.10 Fast and High-Resolution Calculation of Roof-Top and Façade PV Potentials Using Graphics Processor Accelerated Monte-Carlo Raytracing

5CV.3.10  Fast and High-Resolution Calculation of Roof-Top and Façade PV  Potentials Using Graphics Processor Accelerated Monte-Carlo  Raytracing

6BV.5.3 Impact of Measurement Data Time Resolution on Predicted Lifetime of PV Inverters in Residential Solar Panel Systems

6BV.5.3  Impact of Measurement Data Time Resolution on Predicted Lifetime of  PV Inverters in Residential Solar Panel Systems

6CV.4.42 Ground Irradiance Modelling: Of Key Importance for Designing Nature Inclusive Solar Parks and Agrivoltaics Systems

6CV.4.42  Ground Irradiance Modelling: Of Key Importance for Designing Nature  Inclusive Solar Parks and Agrivoltaics Systems

7DV.1.4 Demand-Aware Electricity Price Prediction Based on LSTM and Wavelet Transform

7DV.1.4  Demand-Aware Electricity Price Prediction Based on LSTM and Wavelet  Transform