Preliminary Scientific programme

 

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ORGANIC & PEROVSKITE SOLAR CELLS CONFERENCE

October 19-20, 2016, Heraklion, Crete, Greece 

Day 1 - Wednesday 19th of October, 2016

 

08:30-17:30

Registration

08:30–09:00

Opening Prof. Emmanuel Kymakis, Conference Chair
Mr. Stavros Arnaoutakis, Regional Governor of Crete
           Prof. Monica Lira-Cantu, Chair of the COST Action MP1307

Keynote Talks (Ariadne room)

 Chair: E. Kymakis

09:00-09:45

K1

Mohammad Khaja Nazeeruddin

Perovskite solar cells: A new paradigm in Energy sector

09:45-10:30

K2

Thuc-Quyen Nguyen

Understanding Fill Factor in High Voc Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

Invited Talks A (Ariadne room)

Chair: M. Lira-Cantu

11.00-11.30

IA1

Gary Hodes

CsSnBr3-based photovoltaic cells

11.30-12.00

IA2

Pablo Docampo

Perovskite solar cells in the long term

12.00-12.30

IA3

Filippo De Angelis

Interplay of electronic and dynamical processes in organohalide perovskites

12.30-13.00

IA4

Stelios Choulis  

Materials and Device Engineering Concepts for Solution Processed Photovoltaics 

13:00-14:30

 

Lunch

Contributed Talks A (Ariadne room)

Chair: G. Hodes

Contributed Talks B (Agapi room)

Chair: C. Petridis

14.30-14.45

A1

Jinbao Zhang, Developing Organic Molecular Hole Transport Materials for High-Efficiency Mixed-Ion Perovskite Solar Cells

B1

Elias Stathatos, All inkjet printable Dye sensitized and Perovskite solar cells based on advanced nanocomposite materials

14.45-15.00

A2

K. Brinkmann, Suppressed decomposition of organo-metal halide perovskites by impermeable electron extraction layers in inverted solar cells

B2

Ángela Sastre-Santos, Fully Conjugated Phthalocyanine-Electroactive Systems in Perovskites and Dye Sensitized Solar Cells

15.00-15.15

A3

G. Kakavelakis, Graphene and other 2D inks as buffer layers in organic and perovskite solar cells

B3

Davor Gracin, Structural, optical and electrical properties of multilayer structures for solar cells formed on TiO2 nanotubes 

15.15-15.30

A4

A. Savva, Inorganic Carrier Selective Contacts for High Performance Perovskite Solar Cells

B4

Mária Omastová, Polypyrrole/carbon nanotubes composites as counter electrodes in solar cells

15.30-15.45

A5

P. Lianos, Soluble metal phthalocyanines as alternative hole transporting materials for perovskite solar cells

B5

Damien Joly, Molecular Engineering of Organic Dye for Efficient and Stable Dye Sensitized Solar Cell

15.45-16.00

A6

Xingyuan Shi, Impact of Conjugated Polymer Chain Conformation on the Density of States and Charge Transport

B6

Eva M. Garcia-Frutos, Synthesis, theoretical calculations (DFT) and photophysical characterization of a new family of organic molecules: 7,7'diazaisoindigo

16.00-16.15

A7

Lucía Serrano-Luján, Life Cycle Assessment of Dielectric Mirrors attached to transparent solar cells

B7

Fernando Fernández-Lázaro, Perylene(di)imides in Dye-Sensitized and Perovskite Solar Cells

16:15-16:30

A8

Lucio Cina, Advanced electro-optical analysis for hybrid solar cells

B8

Martin Rozman, Stability and electrical properties of transparent DSSCs operating EC devices

16:30-17:00

Coffee Break

 

 

Contributed Talks C (Ariadne room)

Chair: E. Palomares

 

Contributed Talks D (Agapi room)

Chair: E. Stathatos

17.00-17.15

C1

Monica Lira-Cantu, 1000 h Outdoor Stability of FAPbI3(0.85)MAPbBr3(0.15) Mixed Halide Perovskite Solar Cells Under Outdoor Conditions

D1

Vida Engmann, Stabilization of Organic Solar Cells by Ternary Blending Active Layers with Additives

17.15-17.30

C2

Jesús Idígoras, Investigating Hysteresis in Solar Cells by Small-Perturbation Optoelectronic Techniques

D2

Christos Chochos, Slightly structural modification of BDT-quinoxaline copolymers towards high efficient organic photovoltaics

17.30-17.45

C3

Kerttu Aitola, Towards stable, flexible perovskite solar cell manufactured in ambient conditions with carbon nanotube-based contacts

D3

Tim Vangerven, Batch-to-batch variation in solution processable organic solar cells originating from homo-coupled defects

17.45-18.00

C4

Konstantinos Petridis, Solution-Processed Reduced Graphene Oxide Electrodes for Organic and Perovskite Solar Cells

D4

Juozas V. Grazulevicius, Organic Charge-Transporting Materials for Photovoltaic Applications

18.00-18.15

C5

Lydia Cabau, Photo-induced charge kinetics of MAPbI3 vs FAPbI3 perovskite solar cells

D5

Eva Majkova, In-situ GISAXS and GIWAXS studies of the bulk heterojunction formation of polymer solar cells

18.15-18.30

C6

Pavel A. Troshin, Probing intrinsic thermal and photochemical stability of complex metal halides: a transition from hybrid to fully inorganic perovskite solar cells

D6

Morten Madsen, DC-sputtered MoOx thin-films as hole transport layer in organic photovoltaics

18.15-18.30

C7

Ilaria Cardinaletti, Nanomorphology and local conductivity of hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites: the influence of fabrication  

D7

B. Romero, Monitoring degradation of flexible P3HT:PCBM solar cells by means of impedance spectroscopy

18:30-18:45

C8

K.P. Marshall, Enhanced Efficiency and Exceptional Stability in Lead-free Perovskite Photovoltaics

D8

Athanasios G. Coutsolelos Hybrid Porphyrin Derivatives for Solar Cells Applications

18.45-18.50

FT1

Mohammad Hossein Nateq, Dye sensitized solar cell with enhanced charge collector layer

 

 

18.50-18.55

FT2

Ana Charas, New conjugated polymers for green-solvent-processable organic photovoltaic cells

 

 

18.55-19.00

FT3

 

Tobias Stubhan, Automatic Research: Innovative measurement and printing equipment

   

19:00-20:30

Poster session

 

 

 

 

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ORGANIC & PEROVSKITE SOLAR CELLS CONFERENCE

October 19-20, 2016, Heraklion, Crete, Greece 

 

Day 2 - Thursday 20th of October, 2016

 

 

Invited Talks B (Ariadne Room)

Chairs:  Aldo Di Carlo, Thuc-Quyen Nguyen

9.00-9.30

IB1

Shengzhong (Frank) Liu

Perovskite – A wonder for Photovoltaic & Optoelectronic Applications

9.30-10.00

IB2

Francisco Fabregat-Santiago

Electrical properties of perovskite solar cells

10.00-10.30

IB3

Emilio Palomares

Photo-induced Time Resolved Spectroscopy for the Determination of Carrier Density, Charge Recombination and Efficiency Losses in Perovskite solar cells.

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-11:30

IB4

Aldo di Carlo

Graphene based Interface Engineering of Perovskite Solar Cells and Modules

11:30-12:00

IB5

Tom Aernouts

Perovskite based PV modules for stand-alone and mechanically stacked applications

12:00-12:30

IB6

Yulia Galagan

Technology development for up-scalable manufacturing of perovskite solar cells

12:30-13:00

IB7

Toni Mueller

Organic solar films from lab to fab

13:00-14:00

Lunch

14:00-14:30

IB8

Harald Hoppe

OPV under thermal stress

14:30-15:00

IB9

Antonio Urbina

Structure and dynamics of polymers for organic solar cells studied by neutron scattering techniques

15:00-15:30

IB10

Eugene A. Katz

Efficient solar cells are more stable: Rule or exception?

15:30-16:00

IB11

Martyn McLachlan

Controlling structure, composition and electronic properties of interlayers and electrode materials in organic electronics

16:00-18:30

Visit to Knossos

20:00-

     Conference Dinner

 

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ORGANIC & PEROVSKITE SOLAR CELLS CONFERENCE

October 19-20, 2016, Heraklion, Crete, Greece

Poster Contributions

 

P1

M.Krassas

Graphene-based Interlayers for Efficient and Stable Organic Photovoltaics

P2

S. Revoju

Phenothiazine-Based chromophores for Efficient Organic Solar Cells

P3

H. Jessica Pereira

Plasmon-active Copper Window Electrodes

P4

A. Soultati

Influence of Lacunary Polyoxometalates Interfacial Modifiers on Performance and Photostability of Polymer Solar Cells

P5

D. Sporea

THz Nondestructive Testing of Optoelectronic Components for Spaceborne Equipments

P6

D. Volyniuk

Charge-transporting carbazole dyes with cyano groups for dye sensitized solar cells

P7

J. H. Bae

Fabrication of Novel Working Electrode for the Textile-based Dye-sensitized Solar Cell by Simple Transfer Processing

P8

W. Lee

Fabrication and Characterization of the Textile Substrate Based Thin Film Perovskite Solar Cell

P9

A. L. Mannanov

Novel alkyl-free star-shaped oligomer for organic solar cells

P10

M. Sygletou

Advanced photonic techniques for organic photovoltaic applications

P11

K. Savva

Laser induced photochemical modification of graphene oxide for organic photovoltaic devices and electronic applications

P12

V. Nikolaou

Synthesis and properties of porphyrin-fullerene dyads as sensitizers for NiO based dye-sensitized solar cells

P13

A. Apostolopoulou

Highly Efficient Perovskite Solar Cells Fabricated Under Ambient Conditions with Surface Treatment of the Mesoporous TiO2 with Indium

P14

K. Karikis

Supramolecular architectures featuring antenna effect in solid state DSSC, an artificial leaf case study

P15

A. Charisiadis

Two new bulky substituted Zn porphyrins bearing carboxylate anchoring groups as promising dyes for DSSCs

P16

A. Panagiotopoulos

Novel catalytic system for hydrogen evolution from the combination of a porphyrin Pt as catalyst and a porphyrin Pd as photosensitizer

P17

E. Glymenaki

Synthesis and photophysical studies of a porphyrin-ruthenium(II) tris(bipyridine) complex for potential application at dye sensitized solar cells

P18

M. M. Stylianakis

Ternary Organic Solar Cells Incorporating Universal Graphene-based Materials

P19

T. Stubhan

Automatic Research: Innovative measurement and printing equipment

P20

T. Maksudov

Planar inverted perovskite solar cells Optimization for efficiency exceeding 15%

P21

M. Nateq

Dye sensitized solar cell with enhanced charge collector layer

P22

A. Charas

New conjugated polymers for green-solvent-processable organic photovoltaic cells

P23

Enli Technology Co. Ltd

QE-R Quantum efficiency Measurement System

P24

Enli Technology Co. Ltd

3A Steady State Solar Simulator

P25

G.Viskadouros

Modelling of Plasmonic Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells

P26

S. Kassavetis 

Silver plasmonic nanofluids for application in polymer solar cells

 

 

 

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Presentation of Contributions
 

Keynote speakers

The presentation time for each keynote lecture is 40 min.

 

Invited speakers

The presentation time for each invited lecture is 30 min.

 

Oral talks

The presentation time for each short lecture is 15 min.

 

Flash talks / Poster

The presentation time for each flash talk is 3 min.

 

Posters

The poster sessions will be held in the lobbies of conference venue. Poster size A0, maximal dimensions 841 mm x 1189 mm. Material for fixing posters will be provided on-site. The posters can be mounted after lunch.