Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies

Photovoltaics — the future is brightPhotovoltaics — the future is bright

Wednesday 19 October 2011

Time: 1.00pm – 5.50pm
Location: University of Bath, Building 5 West, Room 2.3 (maps)

Speakers from industry and academia present the latest research into generating electricity from solar energy.

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Session Time Speaker Title
Registration 1.00 – 1.30pm    
Session 1 1.30pm Welcome and remarks
  1.40pm Professor James Durrant,
Imperial College London
Charge Generation and Recombination in Organic Solar Cells
  2.30pm Dr Paul Warren,
Pilkington Technology Management
Transparent Conducting Oxides for Thin-Film PV- A Flat Glass Industry Perspective
  3.00pm Dr Gilles Dennler,
IMRA Europe
Extremely Thin Absorber Solar Cells. Advantages and Drawbacks
Coffee break 3.30 – 3.50pm    
Session 2 3.50pm Introduction
  4.00pm Professor David Worsley,
University of Swansea (SPECIFIC)
Rapid Processing of Dye Sensitised Solar Cells on Metals
  4.50pm Dr Aron Walsh,
University of Bath
Computational Materials Science of Thin-Film Solar Cells

Professor Laurence Peter,
University of Bath

Towards Sustainable Photovoltaics: The Search for New Materials
Reception 5.50pm onwards Building 1 South, room 0.01

 Image credit: Balancing Sun by Pink Sherbet Photography