Awards for the best Visual Presentations 2020

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, 11 September 2020.

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 10 September, from 15:15 to 16:45. 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 2020!

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

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Novel Electro-Thermal Modeling Approach for DC and AC Solar Cell Characterizaton

Novel Electro-Thermal Modeling Approach for DC and AC Solar Cell Characterizaton

1BV.4.4
Novel Electro-Thermal Modeling Approach for DC and AC Solar Cell Characterizaton
M. Diethelm, R. Hiestand, S. Weidmann, S. Jenatsch, S. Altazin & L. Penninck
Fluxim, Winterthur, Switzerland
C. Kirsch, E. Comi, E. Knapp & B. Ruhstaller
ZHAW, Winterthur, Switzerland

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Spectroscopic Investigation of BO-Realted Light-Induced Degradation Defect in Czochralski Silicon

Spectroscopic Investigation of BO-Realted Light-Induced Degradation Defect in Czochralski Silicon

2CV.1.22
Spectroscopic Investigation of BO-Realted Light-Induced Degradation Defect in Czochralski Silicon
A. Meyer, P.C. Taylor & S. Agarwal
Colorado School of Mines, Golden, USA
M. Page, D.L. Young & P. Stradins
NREL, Golden, USA

Firing-Triggered LID (FT-LID) of the Carrier Lifetime in Cz-Si Wafers

Firing-Triggered LID (FT-LID) of the Carrier Lifetime in Cz-Si Wafers

2DV.2.15
Firing-Triggered LID (FT-LID) of the Carrier Lifetime in Cz-Si Wafers
M. Winter, L. Helmich, D.C. Walter & J. Schmidt
ISFH, Emmerthal, Germany

Screen-Printed Aluminium Contacts on n+-Doped Silicon

Screen-Printed Aluminium Contacts on n+-Doped Silicon

2DV.3.36
Screen-Printed Aluminium Contacts on n+-Doped Silicon
S. Suzuki, M. Nakahara, N. Morishita, T. Kuroki & M. Dhamrin
Toyo Aluminium, Shiga, Japan
Z.-W. Peng, K. Tsuji & T. Buck
ISC Konstanz, Germany

Phase Evolution during Growth and Annealing of Co-Evaporated Perovskite Absorbers

Phase Evolution during Growth and Annealing of Co-Evaporated Perovskite Absorbers

3BV.1.11
Phase Evolution during Growth and Annealing of Co-Evaporated Perovskite Absorbers
K. Heinze, H. Kempa, J. Vaghani, T. Burwig, J. Ge, R. Scheer & P. Pistor
Martin-Luther-University, Halle (Saale), Germany

Machine Learning for CIGS Process Development

Machine Learning for CIGS Process Development

3BV.2.21
Machine Learning for CIGS Process Development
R. Hünig, F. Sehnke, S. Paetel & A. Bauer
ZSW, Stuttgart, Germany

Tailor-Made Light Management Nanostructures for Perovskite-Silicon Tandem Solar Cells

Tailor-Made Light Management Nanostructures for Perovskite-Silicon Tandem Solar Cells

3BV.2.97
Tailor-Made Light Management Nanostructures for Perovskite-Silicon Tandem Solar Cells
J. Sutter, D. Eisenhauer, A.B. Morales-Vilches, P. Wagner, P. Tockhorn, S. Albrecht, B. Stannowski & C. Becker
HZB, Berlin, Germany

Single-Step Fabrication of a Photovoltaic Module Using Encapsulants with Low Melting Temperature Metal Ribbons Embedded

Single-Step Fabrication of a Photovoltaic Module Using Encapsulants with Low Melting Temperature Metal Ribbons Embedded

4AV.1.5
Single-Step Fabrication of a Photovoltaic Module Using Encapsulants with Low Melting Temperature Metal Ribbons Embedded
D.-Y. Shin
Pukyong National University, Busan, Republic of Korea
J.-R. Lim, W.G. Shin, C.-G. Lee & G.-H. Kang
KIER, Daejeon, Republic of Korea

Novel PV Module Interconnection Design and Mounting Orientation to Reduce Inhomogeneous Soiling Losses in Desert Regions

Novel PV Module Interconnection Design and Mounting Orientation to Reduce Inhomogeneous Soiling Losses in Desert Regions

4AV.2.28
Novel PV Module Interconnection Design and Mounting Orientation to Reduce Inhomogeneous Soiling Losses in Desert Regions
H. Hanifi, M.Z. Khan, B. Jäckel, C. Hagendorf & K. Ilse
Fraunhofer CSP, Halle (Saale), Germany
A.A. Abdallah
QEERI, Doha, Qatar
J. Schneider
Fraunhofer IMW, Leipzig, Germany

The Impact of Tracker Structure on Bifacial PV Performance

The Impact of Tracker Structure on Bifacial PV Performance

4AV.3.13
The Impact of Tracker Structure on Bifacial PV Performance
F. Gross, W. Landman & M. Balz
sbp sonne, Stuttgart, Germany

Driving the Unknown towards Fuel Economy with a Sky-Imager in a Hybrid PV-Diesel System

Driving the Unknown towards Fuel Economy with a Sky-Imager in a Hybrid PV-Diesel System

5BV.3.31
Driving the Unknown towards Fuel Economy with a Sky-Imager in a Hybrid PV-Diesel System
L.-E. Boudreault & N. Schmutz
Reuniwatt, Sainte-Clotilde, Réunion
T. Mart
Reuniwatt, Wiesenthau, Germany

PV String Fault Detection by Using the Clustering of Module Operating Points for Large-Scale PV Power Plant

PV String Fault Detection by Using the Clustering of Module Operating Points for Large-Scale PV Power Plant

5CV.3.15
PV String Fault Detection by Using the Clustering of Module Operating Points for Large-Scale PV Power Plant
K. Tanina & Y. Ueda
Tokyo University of Science, Japan

Analysing the Angular Reflection Losses of Bifacial Solar Cells

Analysing the Angular Reflection Losses of Bifacial Solar Cells

5CV.4.11
Analysing the Angular Reflection Losses of Bifacial Solar Cells
P. Tillmann, C. Becker & K. Jäger
HZB, Berlin, Germany

Solar PV Driven Child Mortality Alleviation in the Global South

Solar PV Driven Child Mortality Alleviation in the Global South

6BV.5.7
Solar PV Driven Child Mortality Alleviation in the Global South
M. Ray & B. Chakraborty
IIT Kharagpur, India

Evaluation of the Solar Resource and Energy Generation in Vehicle Integrated Photovoltaics

Evaluation of the Solar Resource and Energy Generation in Vehicle Integrated Photovoltaics

6CV.2.21
Evaluation of the Solar Resource and Energy Generation in Vehicle Integrated Photovoltaics
J. Macías Rodríguez, R. Herrero, R. Núñez & I. Antón Hernández UPM, Madrid, Spain

Australia, a Global Renewable Energy Pathfinder

Australia, a Global Renewable Energy Pathfinder

7DV.1.44
Australia, a Global Renewable Energy Pathfinder
A. Blakers, M. Stocks, B. Lu & C. Cheng
ANU, Canberra, Australia

Congratulations!

Thanks to all the finalists for their contributions and congratulations to the winners.

 

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