Dr Konrad Wojciechowski, Scientific Director
Europe 2016 Presentation - Saule Technologies*
Europe 2016 Audio Presentation - Saule Technologies*
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Organic-inorganic metal halide perovskite solar cells took a photovoltaic community by storm, recording unprecedented rise of power conversion efficiencies in the last three years, and showing realistic commercial prospects in the near future.
Konrad will introduce a brief history of perovskite solar cells and present the scope of perovskite ink-jet printing technology being developed at Saule Technologies, with a range of potential applications
講演者の経歴 (Konrad Wojciechowski)
Konrad Wojciechowski has carried out his PhD studies at the group of Professor Henry Snaith, at the University of Oxford. He was part of the team which pioneered the development of hybrid organic-inorganic metal halide perovskite materials for optoelectronic applications.
Konrad's research was primarily focused on understanding fundamental principles of the perovskite device operation and improving their performance. He contributed to the rapid development of the technology, which has tangible prospects of delivering high efficiency photovoltaics at a very low cost. As a result of this work, Konrad was nominated twice for the MIT Innovators Under 35 Poland award for the year 2015 and 2016. Konrad currently works as a Scientific Director at Saule Technologies, leading the project of processing perovskite-based devices by ink-jet printing technology.
会社紹介 (SAULE Sp. z o.o.)
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Saule Technologies is a Polish start-up company, one of the global forerunners in commercialisation of thin-film perovskite solar cells. Saule's primary objective is to develop a scalable manufacturing process to deliver flexible and light-weight photovoltaic modules for a vast range of applications. Highly cost effective technology is promised by employing inexpensive raw materials and ink-jet printing technology as an industrialisation method. In March 2016, the first prototype of a flexible photovoltaic module, which can be easily incorporated into a smartphone, was presented by SAULE's team. More information can be found at: http://sauletech.com/news/one-step-closer.html