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WEBINAR PEROVSKITE PV TECHNOLOGY
ROLL-TO-ROLL PROCESSING OF SINGLE JUNCTION MODULES

Roll-to-roll processing of single junction modules

To come to a sustainable energy production, we need large amounts of solar cells. For perovskite solution based printing techniques are available, so the future perovskite solar modules are printed on flexible carriers. Roll-to-roll processes are researched by Ilker Dogan at Solliance Solar Research. He will tell you about the latest developments on roll-to-roll deposition processes for perovskite solar cells.

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Roll-to-roll processing of single junction modules

To come to a sustainable energy production, we need large amounts of solar cells. For perovskite solution based printing techniques are available, so the future perovskite solar modules are printed on flexible carriers. Roll-to-roll processes are researched by Ilker Dogan at Solliance Solar Research. He will tell you about the latest developments on roll-to-roll deposition processes for perovskite solar cells.

9 November 2020

09:00 CEST

Brussels

16:00 CST

Shanghai

17:00 JST

Tokyo

Registration Free

Ilker Dogan

Dr. Ilker Dogan received his M.S. degree in physics from the Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, in 2008, and Ph.D. degree in plasma physics and nanomaterial processing from Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, in 2014. During his PhD, he worked on plasma processing of silicon nanocrystals for solar spectrum conversion in the field of photovoltaics.

In 2014, he joined ASML Netherlands B.V. as a research scientist, where he worked on extreme UV (EUV) light induced plasma diagnostics and optics lifetime related material testing for EUV lithography. In 2015, he joined back to academia as a postdoctoral research fellow at the Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research (DIFFER), and Eindhoven University of Technology working on low temperature sodium-sulfur batteries, and energy storage applications of silicon nanocrystals as anode materials in Li-ion batteries.

In 2017, he joined TNO/Solliance, and started working on upscaling perovskite solar cells and modules, and in 2020 he became the platform leader for R2R produced flexible perovskite solar cells. His main research interest is to promote perovskite solar cells and modules to an upscaled level, using environmentally friendly materials and tools, without compromising the energy yield of the produced cells and modules.

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