The KSC runs industrially translational projects to commercialize research. Prof. Derya Baran and her team have developed a photovoltaic technology that allows any window to become a transparent solar panel, as featured in KAUST News.
Dr. Michele De Bastiani won the in the Eni Young Researcher of the Year category for his research work on the stability of third generation solar cells.
Printable solar materials could soon turn many parts of a house into solar panels
Tantalum nitride as thin layers improve the extraction of electrons from silicon solar cells, as highlighted in KAUST Discovery.
Congratuations to KSC's Derya Baran, Joel Troughton, Nicola Gasparini and Daniel Bryant whose start-up, Iyris, won the TAQADAM Startup Accelerator Final Showcase.
Michele has been announced as the winner of the Young Researcher of the Year award. The award ceremony will take place at the Palazzo del Quirinale on October 22nd in the presence of the President of the Italian Republic, Sergio Mattarella.
Aiming to inspire Saudi high school students to persue scientific careers, KSC is hosting Abdullah Al Ajmi for the summer as part of the SRSI program.
Congratulations to Maha on her poster, "Impact of IDT-based structures on photophysics and performance of polymer solar cells"
The 3-day KSC summer school, supported by TU Delft, opens with a series of lectures from KSC faculty and researchers followed by contributions from our guest speakers and afternoon laboratory sessions.
Five KSC PhD candidates successfully defend their PhD dissertations under the guidance of Professors Pierre Beaujuge and Aram Amassian.
KAUST Solar Center recently offered a five-day ‘Scientific Writing Workshop’ for the selected group of Ph.D. students and postdocs led by Dr. Umair bin Waheed.
The recent conference organized by KSC was highlighted in KAUST News.
Senior Editor at Nature Energy, Dr. Elsa Couderc discussed the editorial process for scientific publications and shared her insights and tips on making excellent figures and creating a catchy and accurate title.
KAUST Solar Center's Ph.D. student Esma Ugur caught up with NREL’s Center Director for the Materials Science Center in the Materials and Chemical Sciences Directorate Dr. Nancy Haegel to discuss and understand the future of Photovoltaic (PV) technologies. Watch the video interview here.
NC State University professor, Dr. Harald Ade speaks with KAUST Solar center’s Ph.D. student Rahim Munir about the future of OPV and also the advantages gained from Organic solar cells such as their transparency and flexibility.