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claudioquarti
6 months ago
claudioquarti 6 months ago

Dear Colleagues,

On the behalf of the scientific committee, I announce that the fist important deadline for the symposium "Modelling perovskite solar cells from the microscale to the macroscale" is approaching.

 

The deadline for early registration and submission of oral contributions is the 4th of June.

 

The symposium will be held in Torremolinos (near Malaga, Spain) from 22nd to 26th October 2018 and is part of the nanoGe Fall Meeting 2018.

http://www.nanoge.org/FallMeeting18/home

 

The idea at the basis of this symposium is to bring together the heterogeneous community involved in the modeling of hybrid perovskite materials and related devices, without focusing on a specific length/time scale but rather considering methods and models going from the electronic scale up to the continuum.

The workshop is conceived as a meeting point for this young community, hence creating an occasion for an open interaction and dissemination of new ideas and concepts, from a multi-scale perspective. Confirmed speakers are:

  • Juan A. Anta, Universidad Pablo de Olavide, ES

  • Alessio Gagliardi, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, DE

  • Saiful Islam, University of Bath, GB

  • Claudine Katan, Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes, CNRS, FR

  • Edoardo Mosconi, CNR-ISTM Perugia, IT

  • Giles Richardson, University of Southampton, GB

  • Ursula Rothlisberger, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne EPFL, CH

  • Beat Ruhstaller, ZHAW Institute of Computational Physics, CH

  • Paolo Umari, Università di Padova, IT

  • Yanfa Yan, The University of Toledo, US

Important dates:

  • Early registration: 4th June

  • Abstract submission deadline oral: 4th June

  • Abstract submission deadline Poster: 27th August

 

Looking forward to seeing you in Torremolinos in October

Yours sincerely,

The Scientific committee

Prof. Alison B. Walker

Department of Physics

University of Bath

Dr. Claudio Quarti

Departement de Chimie

Université de Mons




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