Design of Multilayer Solar Cells and Light-Emitting Devices (Printed Electronics Asia 2009)

Dr Daniele Rezzonico, Manager
Oct 01, 2009.


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Presentation Summary

  • Optical modeling of arbitrary coherent/incoherent layer systems
  • Device performance tuning with parameter optimization and fitting algorithms
  • Transient and steady-state simulation of charge transport in organic solar cells

Speaker Biography (Daniele Rezzonico)

At FLUXiM since March 2008, Daniele Rezzonico is responsible for the management of the business activities of the company, including marketing&sales, consulting and customer support. He is in charge of the commercialization of optical and electrical simulation software for the modeling of organic LEDs and solar cells, therefore also collaborating with external distribution partners.
Dr. Rezzonico studied Physics at ETH Zurich, where he graduated in 2002. After a brief experience at Nortel, he joined back ETH where, under the supervision of Prof. Günter, he promoted in 2007 with a PhD thesis on microring modulators in electro-optic polymers.

Company Profile (Fluxim AG)

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FLUXiM is provider of device simulation and optimization software to the display, lighting, and photovoltaics industries. We offer user- friendly and CPU-efficient software with advanced physical models as well as prompt technical support. We develop and commercialize the software SETFOS, a software designed to simulate light harvesting in (organic and inorganic) solar cells, light emission from thin-film devices such as organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), and electronic processes in organic semiconducting multilayer systems. The software comes with extensive documentation and language support in English, Japanese, Korean and Chinese.
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