Jul 10 2018 08:00 AM
Jul 12 2018 05:00 PM
Following the success of last year's summer lecture series, KSC is pleased to announce its 2018 summer school.
addition to contributions from KSC faculty and researchers, we're
delighted to have won support from Prof. Miro Zeman and Prof. Olindo
Isabella from TU Delft's Photovoltaic Materials and Devices Group. In addition to their extensive research experience in the filed of photovoltaics, Professors Zeman and Isabella
have successfully established TU Delft's PV Systems Summer School
(PVSSS) which is focused on delivering engineering and practical aspects
of PV Systems.
The 3-day KSC
summer school opens with a series of lectures from KSC faculty and
researchers followed by contributions from our guest speakers and
July 10, 8am-12pm (B5, 5220)
8.00 – 8.45 Prof.
Iain McCulloch, "Design
of organic semiconductors"
8.45 – 9.30 Dr.
Nicola Gasparini, "Electrical characterization
tools for OPV"
9.30 – 9.45
9.45 – 10.30 Dr.
Yuliar Firdaus, "Organic PVs"
10.30 – 11.15 Dr. Julien
Gorenflot, "(Organic) semiconductors: probing the excitation"
11.15 – 12.00 Prof. Stefaan De Wolf, "Silicon
July 11 & 12, 8am-12pm (B5, 5220)
Prof. Miro Zeeman & Prof. Olindo Isabella
- One Lecture on PV Fundamentals
- One lecture on Design and measurement of solar cells
- Two lectures on PV Systems
The above lectures are open to all KSC members.
A limited number of places are available for afternoon introductory sessions in the KSC laboratories (registration only):
Silicon Photovoltaics: Device Fabrication & Characterization
Organic Photovoltaics: Device Fabrication & Characterization
Semi-conducting Thin Films and Materials Characterization
Biography: Prof. dr. Miro Zeman
received his Ph.D. degree from the Slovak University of Technology in
Bratislava in 1989 for research on amorphous silicon materials and devices. In
1990 he joined the Delft University of Technology where he carried out research
on thin-film silicon solar cells. In 2009 he was appointed Full professor at the
Delft University of Technology where he leads the Photovoltaic Materials and Devices
group and is the head of the Electrical Sustainable Energy department. Miro
Zeman is a leading expert in light management, modelling, and development of
novel materials and nanostructures for silicon-based solar cells.
Biography: Dr. ir. Olindo Isabella obtained a PhD
from Delft University of Technology for his pioneering work on advanced
light management applied to thin-film silicon solar cells. He is
currently Associate Professor in the Photovoltaic Materials and Devices
group at Delft University of Technology. His areas of expertise cover
opto-electrical modelling, light management techniques in solar cells,
high efficiency c-Si solar cells and design and realization of
environment-integrated PV systems. Alongside with his research, Olindo
is responsible for the PV Laboratory and gives lectures on PV systems