Description

Optical Nanostructures and Advanced Materials for Photovoltaics (PV) brings together experts in nanophotonics, materials science and photovoltaics to discuss the latest developments in nanophotonics and advanced materials for the next generation of solar cells. Nano- and micro-structured materials and photon management schemes offer unprecedented opportunities to control both the optical and electrical properties of next-generation solar cells. This meeting covers all aspects of novel materials and optical nano- and micro-structures for photovoltaic applications, from surface textures and diffraction gratings through to emerging topics such as plasmonics, nanowires, quantum dots, and perovskites, among many more.

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Important Dates

Abstract submission deadline:2017-01-23

Topics of submission

Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • The application of optical structures for reflection reduction, light-trapping, spectral splitting, up – and downconversion and other fields of photon management in photovoltaic systems

  • Theoretical description and simulation of optical structures and their impact on solar cell and solar module performance

  • Manufacturing of nano-photonic and advanced optical structures

  • New concepts for photon management in photovoltaic systems

  • New solar cell materials, including new absorber materials, low optical loss materials and novel transparent electrodes

  • Perovskite solar cells

  • Tandem devices

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  • spiesales@spie.org

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