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PVSAT-16

April 6 - April 8

16th Photovoltaic Science, Applications and Technology Conference PVSAT-16

The Photovoltaics Science, Applications and Technology (PVSAT) Conference is a 3-day event organised annually by the UK division of the International Solar Energy Society (UK-ISES). It is the UK’s premier scientific event for solar photovoltaics (PV) where the latest advances in research and development are presented and discussed. PVSAT conferences address all PV technologies including crystalline silicon, inorganic thin film, multi-junction concentrators, perovskites and emerging organic and hybrid cells, together with installation, performance monitoring, durability and energy and environmental impacts. The conference includes an industry exhibition and each year, the programme features talks by several invited speakers from world-leading institutions in PV.

PVSAT-16 Conference Themes
1. Crystalline silicon photovoltaics
2. Inorganic thin film photovoltaics
3. Perovksite photovoltaics
4. Tandem, multijunction and concentrator photovoltaics
5. Other excitonic and novel photovoltaics and new horizons in photovoltaics
6. Manufacturing processes and characterisation
7. Photovoltaic systems, components and grid integration
8. Performance measurements and field experience
9. Policy and environment issues, including economics, market development and life cycle analysis
10. Photodetectors

Call for Papers
Abstracts are invited for both oral and poster presentations. The deadline now extended to 10th February 2022.

PVSAT WEBSITE

 

Help with Childcare Costs:

The SuperSolar Childcare Fund is welcoming applications from participants at this event. SuperSolar can contribute to additional childcare costs for those presenting and attending. https://www.supersolar-hub.org/funding/supersolar-childcare-fund-now-open/

Details

Start:
April 6
End:
April 8
Website:
https://www.pvsat.org.uk/

Organiser

PVSAT
Email:
info@uk-ises.org
Website:
https://www.pvsat.org.uk/

Venue

University of Salford