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21.07.2011

Workshop „Advances in Photovoltaics and Photocatalysis“ in Munich

On July 21-22, 2011 the TUM Institute for Advanced Study and the TUM Institute for Nanoelectronics organise with the University of Rome Tor Vergata a workshop about advances in photovoltaics and photocatalysis. During the conference, BayFOR’s Dr. Panteleïmon Panagiotou will report about the EU research project LARGECELLS, which develops a new generation of organic and hybrid solar cells.

Among all alternative energy sources, sunlight is the most abundant and cleanest one. Currently, scientists try to raise the efficiency and to reduce the costs of energy conversion systems. The workshop concentrates on two alternatives of energy conversion, photovoltaics and photocatalysis. During the conference, BayFOR’s Dr. Panteleïmon Panagiotou will report about the EU research project LARGECELLS. LARGECELLS wants to increase the energy efficiency of organic solar cells, to improve their long-term stability and to reduce their production costs. The project is funded with 1.64 million euro by the European Commission.
 
Organiser: TUM Institute for Advanced Study, TUM Institute for Nanoelectronics, University of Rome Tor Vergata

Time: July 21st, from 9am to 7pm, July 22nd, from 9am to 4pm

Location: TUM Institute for Advanced Study, Lichtenbergstraße 2a, 85748 Garching

Information about the registration: www.nano.ei.tum.de/iwapp

Participation fee: The participation fee is 260,- euro plus tax.


Contact BayFOR:
Dr. Panteleimon Panagiotou
Head of Unit Engineering and Natural Sciences, Information and Communication Technologies
Bavarian Research Alliance GmbH
Nußbaumstr. 12
80336 Munich
fon: +49 (0) 89 - 9901888 -130
fax: +49 (0) 89 - 9901888 - 29
mail:
web: www.bayfor.org

 


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