36th EU PVSEC, 09 - 13 September 2019
Marseille Chanot Convention and Exhibition Centre, Marseille, France

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Following the success of the 35th EU PVSEC and to encourage high-quality work amongst young researchers, on the occasion of the 36th EU PVSEC the EU PVSEC Student Awards will be delivered in recognition of the most remarkable and outstanding research work in the field of PV.

Applications for the EU PVSEC Student Awards are reviewed and scored by the international Scientific Committee, made up of more than 200 leading research and industry experts from the global PV community.

The prizes will be awarded during the Conference.


EU PVSEC 2019 Student Award Finalists

The EU PVSEC Scientific Committee selected 15 international students who submitted abstracts to one of the seven topics of EU PVSEC’s conference programme. 

Discover the impressive work of our student award finalists:

 

Andres Calcabrini

Andres Calcabrini

1AO.2.1
The Ultimate Potential of Reconfigurable Modules for Increasing the Energy Yield of Partially Shaded Urban Photovoltaics Systems

Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands

Achala Satharasinghe

Achala Satharasinghe

1BO.9.2
Wearable and Washable Photovoltaic Fabrics

Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, United Kingdom

Dennis Bredemeier

Dennis Bredemeier

2AO.4.4
Impact of Silicon Nitride Film Properties on Hydrogen In-Diffusion into Crystalline Silicon

ISFH, Emmerthal, Germany

Elise Bruhat

Elise Bruhat

2CO.9.1
Fired Hydrogenated AZO Layers: A New Passivation Approach for High Temperature Passivated Contact Solar Cells

CEA / INES, Le Bourget du Lac, France

Laurie-Lou Senaud

Laurie-Lou Senaud

2CO.10.2
Bottom-Up vs Top-Down Approaches for Identifying and Mitigating the Transport Losses in High-Efficiency Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells

CSEM, Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Moonyong Kim

Moonyong Kim

2DO.6.1
Generalised LeTID Modelling Using Temperature and Injection-Level Dependencies

UNSW Australia, Sydney, Australia

Adrien Bercegol

Adrien Bercegol

3CO.5.2
Multidimensional Luminescence Imaging of Electron/Hole Transport in Triple Cation Perovskite

EDF R&D - IPVF, Palaiseau, France

Nasim Rezaei

3AO.8.2
Submicron CIGS Solar Cells: Feasibly towards the Absorption Limit

Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands

Cyril Leon

Cyril Leon

3CO.8.3
Capacitance-Voltage Characterization Technique Adapted to Tandem Solar Cell

GeePs, Gif sur Yvette, France

Klemens Ilse

Klemens Ilse

4BO.11.5
Physics of Soiling and Dust Adhesion - Lessons Learnt from Laboratory Soiling Tests

Fraunhofer CSP, Halle, Germany

Sara Mirbagheri Golroodbari

Sara Mirbagheri Golroodbari

5DO.3.6
Simulation of Performance Differences between Off-Shore and Land-Based Photovoltaic Systems

Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Aline Kirsten Vidal de Oliveira

Aline Kirsten Vidal de Oliveira

5BO.6.4
Automatic Fault Detection of Photovoltaic Array by Convolutional Neural Networks during Aerial Infrared Thermography

UFSC Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, Brazil

Dominik Amstad

Dominik Amstad

5CV.4.6
Fault Inspection of CIGS PV Plant Using Aerial Infrared Thermography

University of Applied Sciences Rapperswil, Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland

Kathlen Schneider

Kathlen Schneider

7DO.7.1
Shared Solar Cooperatives in Brazil: Context, Overcoming Barriers and Lessons to Be Drawn from Previous European Countries Experiences

UFSC Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, Brazil