Dye solar cell

Dye Solar Cell Industrialisation Conference
Dye Solar Cell Industrialisation Conference

Date: Tuesday, Sept 11 - Thursday, Sept 13, 2007
Venue: Olma Messen St.Gallen

The 3rd Generation Photovoltaics

The second International Conference on Industriali-sation of Dye Solar Cells is integrated with NanoEurope. The conference is once again sponsored by Dyesol Ltd, joint Platinum sponsor of NanoEurope 2007.

This conference brings together developers, industrial organisations, and government research organi-sations working on the challenges to introduce DSC into the broad solar power community. While the conference does not stress academic research it does include session on modelling and next generation DSC devices and designs (such as tandem devices).

The key features of the conference highlight:

Advances in long term performance
Module designs
Applications demonstrations
Module performance in real life conditions
Reliability proving
Cost reduction of materials
Manufacturing processes and equipment
Automation of manufacture
High volume manufacturing requirements
The conference will be a significant advantage to investors to obtain real data on DSC. Product designers and architects will gain insight into the reactive merits of DSC compared to classical photovoltaics. Researchers will gain understanding of the key industrial criteria to enable better direction of R&D. Students will benefit from an overview of all aspects of DSC.

Conference language: English
The entire program will be available in may 2007.

Organizers: DYESOL (www.dyesol.com) & NanoEurope

Contact
NanoEurope
Olma Messen St.Gallen
Spluegenstrasse 12, CH-9008 St.Gallen, Switzerland
Phone: +41 071 242 04 44 Fax: +41 071 242 02 32
Email: info@nanoeurope.com
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Conf. on Plastics Electronics
2nd International Plastics Electronics Conference
October 24 & 25, 2006
Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center, Frankfurt airport

The 2nd Plastic Electronics Conference & Showcase offers scientists, researchers
engineers, developers and business executives an international forum to discuss
the latest achievements in research, development and manufacturing of
market-oriented applications in organic electronics.

Parallel symposium Photovoltaics October 24, 2006
Chairman and moderator: Dr. Christoph Brabec (Chief Technology Officer
Konarka Austria R&D FmbH, Linz, Austria)

Future concepts and technologies for high performance dye sensitized
photovoltaic technologies
paper by Dr. Jan Kroon (Programme Manager Organic thin film PV
ECN Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Petten, Netherlands)

High performance materials for organic/hybrid dye sensitized photovoltaics
paper by Prof. Dr. Shuji Hayase (Dept of Biological Functions & Engineering,
Graduate Schoolof Life Science & System Engineering Kyushu Institute of Technology,
Fukuoka, Japan)

conf site:
http://www.plastictronics.org/

Prof. Michael Graetzel serves as the Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board
for the "The Plastic Electronics Foundation".
http://www.plastictronics.org/site/about_science.php
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Conference: Energy Nano06
ASME Energy Nanotechnology International Conference (Energy Nano06)
June 26-28,2006 , MIT, Cambridge, USA

Plenary Speakers

-- Mildred Dresselhaus, MIT
"Addressing Grand Energy Challenges Through Advanced Materials"

--Michael Graetzel, Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne
"The Advent of Mesoscopic Solar Cells"

--Charles Lieber, Harvard University

Keynote Speakers
-- Tom Autrey, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
"Nanotechnology Approaches to Hydrogen Storage"

Brent Fultz, California Institute of Technology
"Nanostructured Materials for Lithium and Hydrogen Storage"

Arthur J. Nozik, University of Colorado, Boulder
"Carrier Dynamics and Multiple Exciton Generation in Semiconductor
Nanocrystals: Relevance to Third Generation Solar Photon Conversion"

Ken Okazaki, Tokyo Institute of Technology
"Hydrogen-Based Advanced Energy Systems and Related Nano-Energy Researches"

Joel Schindall, MIT
"Nanotechnology-Enabled Energy Conversion and Storage"
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Conference presentations
Advanced Solar Energy Solutions for the Warfighter Workshop
May 18-19, 2006 /Majestic Beach Resort /Panama City Beach, Florida

Friday, May 19, 2006

Photovoltaic Technologies Session Day 2

Dye Sensitized Solar Cells
Dr. Michael Graetzel - Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL)

Nanoparticle-Based Solar Cells
Dr. Paul Alivistatos - University of California, Berkeley

Flexible Solar Cells for Portable Power
Dr. James Sheats - Nanosolar, Inc.

Efficient Polymer Solar Cells by Solution Process
Prof. Yang Yang - University of California, Los Angeles

Small Molecule-Based Solar Cells
Peter Peumans - Stanford University

Advances in Plexcore Technology for Organic Solar Cells
Dr. Shawn Williams - Plextronics, Inc.
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Conference paper presentations
paper to be presented in the session " Fundamentals, Novel Devices and
New Materials /New Types of Cells and Modules

4 September 2006
A. Hinsch & M. Peters (Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg, Germany) et al.
Developments for Dye Solar Modules: Results from an Integrated Approach

M. Toivola, J. Halme, P. Lund & K. Miettunen (paper 1AO.7.4 )
HUT, Helsinki, Finland
Nanostructured Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells on Flexible Substrates Using
Industrially Scaleable Manufacturing Methods

5 September 2006
1BO.9.2 F.O. Lenzmann, J.A.M. van Roosmalen,
P.M. Sommeling, J. Es-Sbai, N.J. Bakker & H.J.P. Smit (ECN, Petten, The Netherlands)
J.J.T. Smits & H.P.C.E. Kuipers (Shell Global Solutions, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
A New Approach to Solid State Dye Solar Cells. Recent Developments and
Discussion of a Concept Based on Direct Regeneration of the Dye by Metallic
Conductors

K.R. Thampi, P. Liska, S. Ito, H. Snaith, C. Klein & M. Graetzel (1BO.9.4)
EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
New Trends in Dye Sensitized Solar Cell Research

H.M. Upadhyaya, S. Calnan & A.N. Tiwari (CREST, Leicester, United Kingdom)
S. Ito, P. Liska, K.R. Thampi & M. Graetzel (EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland)
Flexible Dye Sensitized Solar Cells Using Novel Lift-off Approach
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Conference: Renewable Energy 2006
Renewable Energy 2006 9-13 October 2006 Japan

International Conference and Exhibition, joint conference with the
International Solar Energy Society (ISES) Chiba, Japan.

Dr Hans Desilvestro has been invited to give a paper
?Industrialisation of Dye Solar Cells?

Source: DYESOL Newsletter June 2006
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Conference: Solar2006 Australia
SOLAR2006 13-15 September 2006

ANZSES (Australia and New Zealand Solar Energy Society)
44th Annual Conference. Canberra, Australia.

Ravi Harikisun is giving a paper titled ?Dye-sensitized Solar Cells Demonstrating
a Commercially Viable Life?
Ben Jausnik a paper ?Development of Optimised test equipment for 3rd generation PV?
both from Dyesol and Hongxia Wang will be prestenting a joint QUT-Dyesol paper
?Application of Spray Pyrolysis Deposition Technique to Prepare TiO2 film for
Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells?.

Source: DYESOL Newsletter June 2006
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Solar Cell Conference: ECHOS'06
European Conference on Hybrid and Organic Solar Cells (ECHOS'06)

June 28-30, 2006
Carré des Sciences, Ministère délégué à la Recherche
1 rue Descartes, 75005 PARIS

This conference is in part organised by the MOLYCELL project, funded by the
European Commission under FP6. This project brought together for the first
time the established experts from both the polymer and dye sensitised
solar cell communities. The conference is intended to be a focused workshop
addressing the development, characterisation and modelling of excitonic solar cells.

Topics

1. Design, synthesis ans basic chemical analysis of novel organic and molecular semiconductors for PV energy conversion.
2. Advanced characterisation and modelling
3. All-organic devices development :
. solution processed
. vacuum processed
4. Hybrid devices development :
. solid dye sensitised devices
. inorganic / organic nanocomposite devices
5. Device evaluation and technological perspectives

For more details, visit
http://www-molycell.cea.fr/scripts/home/publigen/content/templates/show.asp?P=112&L=EN&SYNC=Y
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