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16 Jul 2013
Baku, Azerbaijan
Institute of Physics (Azerbaijan) and (l'Institut de Recherche et Développement sur l'Énergie Photovoltaïque (France)
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Mr Naghi Gasimov
H. Javid. Ave, 33
+994 50 387 95 86
+994 537 22 92


Computational Design and Development of Materials for Renewable Energy - Photovoltaics, ComMat-PV"2013

The ComMat-PV’13 Summer School is organized to provide expert level training for young researchers working in photovoltaics, materials physics, computational physics, optoelectronics, photonics, nanoscience, and related fields. The main goal of the school is to prepare the participants for research at the frontiers of science and technology related to design and development of materials for photovoltaic applications. The Summer School is primarily targeted at graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and early-career professionals that are interested in deepening their knowledge in the field. The ComMat-PV’13 will be focused on computational approaches and experimental challenges of development of materials for next generation solar cells, although emerging physical phenomena along with basic physics of solar cells will also be discussed. The lectures will be primarily concentrated on inorganic materials with some portion of them dedicated to polymer and organic solar cells.