Call for HOPV 13 in Seville

4 02 2013

Solar energy has an enormous potential for satisfying the future global energy demand. Hybrid and organic solar cells are making rapid advances in terms of efficiency, lifetime, and technology and have a true promise to become an important source of renewable energy. In addition, they present fascinating opportunities for scientific research and technological development. The main topics of this conference are the development, function and modeling of materials and devices for hybrid and organic solar cells, including dye-sensitized solar cells, polymer-fullerene solar cells, small molecule organic solar cells, and other ‘excitonic’ solar cell technologies, including hybrid organic-inorganic and nanostructured devices. Building upon success of the previous HOPV conferences, the HOPV 2013 conference will provide a excellent opportunity for scientists and engineers around the world for discussions of the latest developments in hybrid and organic photovoltaics. The conference will be led by world leading invited speakers covering a broad range of the latest scientific advances in morning plenary sessions. The conference encourages presentation of oral as well as poster contributions from scientists from all over the world, which will be presented in two parallel sessions running in the afternoons. Just submit your abstracts before the deadline, which is strict. Special attention is given to the poster contributions.

René Janssen from Eindhoven University of Technology, chair of the HOPV13 Conference.

Richard Friend
University of Cambridge

Michael Grätzel
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

Albert Polman
FOM-Institute for Atomic and Molecular Physics, Amsterdam

Peter Bäuerle
Ulm University

Paul Blom
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz

James Durrant
Imperial College London

Antonio Facchetti
Northwestern University, Evanston

Anders Hagfeldt
University of Uppsala

Mercouri Kanatzidis
Northwestern University, Evanston

Frédéric Laquai
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz

Quyen Nguyen
University of California at Santa Barbara

Henry Snaith
University of Oxford

Susanna Thon
University of Toronto

Yang Yang
University of California at Los Angeles

Arie Zaban
Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan





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