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69 May 2013
Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Registration deadline
Apr 5, 2013
Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory
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Organic solar cells: theory and experiment, from description to prediction

This workshop will bring together the leading researchers in the field of organic semiconductors with the primary focus on photovoltaic applications. The emphasis is on deep understanding of fundamental processes occurring in organic solar cells, as well as on improving practical tools for modeling/characterization of existing and prediction/design of new photovoltaic materials and devices.

The scope of the workshop includes topics on

- Experimental and theoretical characterization of electronic processes in organic semiconductors;
- Modeling and imaging of structure/morphology in organic semiconductor materials/blends;
- Understanding of energy and charge transport (microscale, mesoscale, macroscale);
- Efficiency: from light absorption to charge separation to charge collection;
- New materials and device architectures for organic/hybrid photovoltaics

and related

- Computational methods and methodological developments;
- New experiments and experimental techniques;
- Experiment vs theory comparisons.