Renewable and cost effective energy supply is one of the biggest challenge which has impact on human and global environment. The solar energy conversion technologies are entering into a new regime with inception of novel device architectures, nanotechnology and new materials for the devices. In particular, recently halide perovskite materials demonstrated outstanding performance with >23% power conversion efficiency. The next generation hybrid solar cells with utilization of nanomaterials and technology are evolving as strong candidates for the cost-effective solutions to the energy crises. However, several challenges are also associated with the scale-up production and commercialization of these technologies. This workshop will focus on the recent developments in the field and challenges associated with the solar energy conversion, next generation photovoltaic and optoelectronic devices. The aim of this workshop is to gather scientists and engineers working in the relevant fields to discuss progresses, challenges, and future directions of emerging concepts in the field of photovoltaics and optoelectronics.
Starts 7 Oct 2019 08:00
Ends 9 Oct 2019 18:00
National Centre for Physics, Islamabad
Room No 108 Academic Block