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  • Conference opening
  • Session 1: Organic materials for PV
  • Session 2: Characterisation and modelling
  • Session 3: All-organic devices development: solution processed
  • Session 4: Development of nanocomposites materials and hybrid devices
  • Session 5: All-organic devices development: vacuum processed
  • Session 6: Development of dye sensitized solar cells
  • Session 7: Degradation mechanisms in hybrid and organic solar cells

  •  Conference opening

    "Perspectives on Photovoltaics in France"
    Bernard Frois (ANR-NTE, France)
    "Energy prospects"
    Christian Ngô (ECRIN, France)

     Session 1: Organic materials for PV

    "Low band gap polymer solar cells"
    René Janssen (Eindhoven University, The Netherlands)
    "Preparation of fluorenone-containing copolymers and their application in photovoltaic cells"
    Renaud Demadrille (CEA Grenoble, France)
    "Modified fullerenes for light-to-electrical energy conversion"
    Luis Sánchez (Facultad de Químicas, Spain)
    "Fibre-like P3HT aggregates for photovoltaic cells"
    Solenn Berson (CEA Grenoble, France)

     Session 2: Characterisation and modelling

    "Modelling charge transport in organic photovoltaic materials : relationship between structure and mobility"
    Jenny Nelson (Imperial College of London, UK)
    "Structure and function: probing the role of morphology in organic electronic devices"
    Paul Dastoor (University of Newcastle, Australia)
    "Efficiency limiting factors of organic bulk heterojunction solar cells identified by electrical impedance spectroscopy"
    Markus Glatthaar (Material Research Center Freiburg, Germany)
    "Modelling the short circuit current density of polymer solar cells based on P3HT/PCBM"
    Florent Monestier (Institut Fresnel, France)
    "Theoretical characterization of photoinduced electron transfer processes in organic donor-bridge-acceptor systems"
    Antoine Van Vooren (Université de Mons-Hainaut, Belgium)
    "Device optimisation via modelling: hidden information in JV-curves"
    Christoph Waldauf (Konarka Austria, Austria)

     Session 3: All-organic devices development: solution processed

    "ITO-free anode wrap through organic solar cells – a module concept for cost efficient reel to reel production"
    Birger Zimmermann (Freiburg Materials Research Centre Germany)
    "Efficient bi-layer near infrared polyfluorene/fullerene solar cells"
    Fengling Zhang (Linköping University, Sweden)
    "Relation between exciplex formation and photovoltaic properties of PPV polymer based blends"
    Chunhong Yin (University of Potsdam, Germany)
    "Resonance energy transfer from organic chromophores to PCBM: a mechanism for improved exciton harvesting?"
    Shawn Scully (Stanford University, USA

     Session 4: Development of nanocomposites materials and hybrid devices

    "High performance new dye sensitized TiO2 solar cells using conjugated polymers as hole conductors"
    Shozo Yanagida (Osaka University, Japan)
    "Transparent Zeolite-Polymer Hybrid Materials with Tuneable Properties"
    Stéphane Suárez (University of Bern, Switzerland)

     Session 5: All-organic devices development: vacuum processed

    "3D conjugated systems as active materials for organic solar cells"
    Jean Roncali (Université d’Angers, France)
    "Tandem organic solar cells based on pentacene and C60"
    David Cheyns (IMEC, Belgium)

     Session 6: Development of dye sensitized solar cells

    "Sensitized solid state heterojunction solar cells"
    Michael Graetzel (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland)
    "New perylene derivative dyes for dye sensitized solar cells"
    Siddik Icli (Ege University, Turkey)
    "Preparation of low temperature TiO2-layers for dye sensitized solar cells"
    Jan Kroon (Energy research Centre of the Netherlands, The Netherlands)
    "Solid state dye sensitized solar cells based on spiro-MeOTAD"
    Wendy Howie (University of Bath, UK)

     Session 7: Degradation mechanisms in hybrid and organic solar cells

    "Degradation mechanisms in hybrid and organic solar cells"
    Frederik Krebs (Risø National Laboratory, Denmark)
    "Photo- and thermal degradation of MDMO-PPV: PCBM blends"
    Sylvain Chambon (Université Blaise Pascal, France)
    "Investigation by RBS and accelerated lifetime measurement of ageing process in photovoltaic solar cell"
    Rémi de Bettignies (CEA - Le Bourget du lac, France.)

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