HOPV 15 Conference in Rome

2 09 2014
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HOPV15 CONFERENCE Abstract submission opened
Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics Conference
10-13 May 2015, Rome, Italy
Thrilling news in the perovskite area! Let us meet in the center of Rome on May 2015 for HOPV Conference.

Many of you know that HOPV (Hybrid and Organics Photovoltaic Conference) has been consolidated since 2009 as a unique forum for the advances in hybrid and organic photovoltaics. Now the HOPV15 Conference chairs, Filippo de Angelis and Mike McGehee, kindly invite you to present your latest research and participate in a major event in Rome, 10-13 May 2014. Of course the generous progress of perovskite solar cells will form a key part of the conference. But let’s not forget the basics. The research continues very promisingly in a variety of topics that will have a balanced presence in the conference, including perovskite and quantum dot solar cells, dye-sensitized solar cells, small molecular organic solar cells, hybrid organic-inorganic and nanostructured devices, bulk heterojunction polymer solar cells, and related field as solar fuel production catalysts and devices.

The conference format is a full three days, multiple symposia meeting, with outstanding figures of the field as keynotes and invited speakers, and with also room for plenty of contributed talks by participant scientists and unlimited poster presentation. The meeting gathered 620 participants and 20 companies of the field in 2014. In 2015 the conference unique setting in the center of Rome will provide an excellent opportunity for updates, major announcements of progress, and plenty of discussions. And do not forget the legendary HOPV parties. Next year we will celebrate that we meet all colleagues and friends having a social dinner in an amazing Barroque Palace.

Conference chairs:
Filippo De Angelis.
ISTM-CNR Perugia, Italy
Michael McGehee
Stanford School of Engineering, USA
 Conference Dinner
Wednesday night features the Social Dinner at Palazzo Brancaccio. Be sure to book your ticket during registration and meet new people, or renew old friendships or simply enjoy yourselves.
High-ranking invited speakers providing details about the major revolution to the field of organic-inorganic photovoltaics for an inspiring conference.
 Confirmed Keynote Speakers
Michael Grätzel. EPFL

Martin Green. University of New South Wales

Daniel Nocera. Harvard University

 Confirmed Invited Speakers
Hironori Arakawa. Tokyo University of Science

Thomas Bein. Department of Chemistry University of Munich

David Cahen. Weizmann Institute of Science

James Durrant. Imperial College London

Jacky Even. Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Renne

Germà Garcia Belmonte. Universitat Jaume I

Joseph Hupp. Northwestern University

Antoine Kahn. Princeton University

Prashant V. Kamat. University of Notre Dame

Mercouri G. Kanatzidis. Northwestern University

Jaejung Ko. Korea University

Guglielmo Lanzani. Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia

Jenny Nelson. Imperial College London

Thuc-Quyen Nguyen. University of California

Nam-Gyu Park. Sungkyunkwan University

Andrew Rappe. University of Pennsylvania

Alberto Salleo. Stanford University

Henry J. Snaith. Department of Physics, University of Oxford

 Oral contributions
In addition, in the field of organic-inorganic photovoltaics, 96 high level selected oral contributions will take part of this leading photovoltaic community.

Please register as soon as possible in order to benefit from the early registration fees of the forthcoming 7th edition of the Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics to be held in Rome, from 10th to 13thMay 2015. Submit your abstract for oral presentation or poster contribution at the one of the most imperative conference in transformative photovoltaics technologies. Online abstract submission is now opened.

More details athttp://www.nanoge.org/HOPV15/info_abstract.php

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 Want to exhibit or be a sponsor?
We provide you with an excellent opportunity to market your instruments at the HOPV 2015 conference (http://www.nanoge.org/HOPV15/index.php) where you will meet more than 600 scientists who work exclusively on solar energy projects. We encourage you to contact us for more details at hopv15@nanoge.org



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