Next Generation OPV

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Kees Hummelen, University of Groningen

Stretching the Meaning of OPV

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Kees Hummelen, University of Groningen

Applications of Liquid Crystalline Ordering in PVs

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Ivan Smalyukh, University of Colorado at Boulder / RASEI

Batteries and Energy Storage 102

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Chunmei Ban, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Morphology and Interface Engineering in OPV

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Gang Li, University of California at Los Angeles

Solution Processed Tandem OPV Devices

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Gang Li, University of California at Los Angeles

Batteries and Energy Storage 101

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Chunmei Ban, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Plastic Solar Cells

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Public Lecture by Kees Hummelen, University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Organic photovoltaics aka “plastic solar cells” are derived from carbon based molecules, making them inexpensive to fabricate and very lightweight. However, historically, their power conversion efficiency has been well below the established technology based on silicon. Researchers in the field can now foresee pathways to change this and thereby provide a breakthrough technology for lowcost solar energy. Come and...

The Colorado Solar Technology Acceleration Center

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Dustin Smith, Solar Technology Acceleration Center, Aurora, CO