SEPV live streaming ended Feb 23rd at 04:30 PM
The Action StableNextSol aims to create a highly interdisciplinary network of academic and industry researchers to study the degradation mechanisms occurring in state-of-the-art OPVs and Perovskite solar cells, based on the use of complementary analytical techniques. The Action seeks to integrate and generate fundamental knowledge and expertise to foster disruptive innovations targeted to mitigate device failure, and aims to develop new concepts for OPVs ans PSCs that are more stable and reach lifetimes longer than 20 years.
The reason for the action is the crucial need to advance in the commercialization of OPVs and to strength the industrial European OPV and Perovskite solar cell sector such that these technologies can fulfill their potential and supply clean electricity on a global scale.
The final round of Short Term Scientific Missions (STSM) to be executed in the period from 19/06/2017 – 19/02/2018 within StableNextSol is now open for submissions
Applications for STSMs can be submitted from today (19.04.2017) till 22.05.2017 to the STSM committee (please follow the instructions in the web page carefully).
Missions may start from half June 2017 on and all traveling has to be finished before the 19th of February 2018.
Further information can be found on our homepage www.stablenextsol.eu (activities/STSM) or on the respective information document of the EC (http://www.cost.eu/module/download/43338 ), also we are happy to help you with questions that cannot be answered from the documents (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We are looking forward to many successful applications!
Last StableNextSol MC/WG Meetings and industry day on printed electronics and Solar cells (DaySol17) held in Lisbon (PT) the 6th and 7th of April 2017.
We thank Prof. Ana Matos Charas and her team at the Organics Electronics Group of the Instituto de Telecomunicações (Portugal) for the organization of the event.
Conference “New trends in solar cells 2016”, 5th MC Meeting / 4th WG Meeting, April 2016, Bratislava
The conference “New trends in solar cells 2016” will be held in Bratislava (Slovakia), 19-22 April 2016 together with the 5th MC & 4th WG StableNextSol Meetings.
- Prof. Tsutomu (Tom) Miyasaka, Toin University of Yokohama (Japan)
- Prof. Niyazi Serdar Sariciftci, Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria)
- Prof. David S. Ginley, NREL (USA)
- Prof. Maria Antonietta Loi, University of Groningen (The Netherlands)
- Prof. Ángela Sastre Santos, Universidad Miguel Hernández (Spain)
Practical info for MCs and MC/WG meeting agenda here
StableNextSol 4th MC Meeting / 3rd WG Meeting, 19-20 October, Vilnius (LT)