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    Talk perovskite solar cells by Dr. Ludmila Cojocaru

    Startdatum: 10.05.2017
    Startzeit: 13:15
    Stoppzeit: 14:30

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    Dear colleagues,

    We would like to invite you to the talk on perovskite solar cells by Dr. Ludmila Cojocaru on May 10th at 13:00 entitled:

    From Dye sensitized to Perovskite Solar Cells. Perovskite solar cells: hysteresis, layer interconnections and future perspective for tandem solar cells.

    Dr. Ludmila Cojocaru has started in April in Freiburg and will lead the perovskite activities in the photovoltaic group  at the Freiburger Zentrum für interaktive Werkstoffe und bioinspirierte Technologien (FIT).
    Her main topic is the evaporation of perovskite layers. For more details on Ludmila see below.

    We are looking forward to a very interesting talk. It will take place in the seminary room of FIT.
    The talk starts at 13:00. There will coffee available from 12:30 on.

    We are looking forward to you!
    Stefan Glunz  

    Ludmila Cojocaru received her PhD in 2012 from Bordeaux University for her work on the physical chemistry of condensed materials. Subsequently, she was awarded a 2-year post-doc position from the Japan Society of Promotion of Science for Foreign Researchers (JSPS) at the University of Tokyo in the framework of the Japanese-French Associate Laboratory for the Next Generation Photovoltaic Cells (NextPV). At the beginning she focused on the stability of liquid state dye sensitized solar cells (DSSC) by replacing liquid electrolytes with solid type materials like polymers. Based on her previous experience in hybrid solar cells, she has been challenged by the hot topic of perovskite solar cells based on CH3NH3PbI3 since 2013. After achieving high power conversion efficiency for perovskite solar cells prepared by solution processes, one of her major objectives was to understand the complex problem of I-V hysteresis in planar structure perovskite cells. Recently, she joined the Institute of Sustainable Systems Engineering of the University of Freiburg. Her work will focus on the evaporation of perovskite layers for tandem solar cells application.

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