Slot-dye Coating for R2R-Processing of Polymer Solar Cells (Printed Electronics and Photovoltaics Europe 2011)

Dr Harald Hoppe, Research Assistant
TU Ilmenau


  • Processing of Polymer Solar Modules by Slot-Dye Coating and Laser Ablation
  • Quality Control of Polymer Solar Modules by Imaging Methods, such as Lock-In Thermographie
  • Imaging Methods as a Tool for Investigation of Polymer Solar Cell Degradation

講演者の経歴 (Harald Hoppe)

Harald Hoppe received his diploma degree in Physics at the University of Konstanz, Germany in 2000. He prepared his diploma studies in polymer physics under the mentorship of Prof. Jacob Klein at the Department of Materials & Interfaces, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel. Thereafter he received his doctorate degree (Ph.D.) at the Linz Institute for Organic Solar Cells (LIOS) under the mentorship of Prof. Niyazi Serdar Sariciftci at the Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria, in 2004. Since spring 2005 he joined the Experimental Physics group of Prof. Gerhard Gobsch at the Technical University Ilmenau as post-doctoral research assistant. He is currently working on his Habilitation with the main research activities in the field of organic optoelectronics with a special focus on polymer solar cells.

会社紹介 (TU Ilmenau)

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The TU Ilmenau, Department of Experimental Physics I, has been conducting research on polymer semiconductors for more than 7 years, in collaboration with other leading partners inside and outside of Germany within this field. Currently, the Organic Solar Cell group is involved in several DFG and BMBF funded projects, dealing with both, fundamental and applied research on polymer photovoltaics. For example, it works closely together with the TITK-Rudolstadt (An-Institute of TU Ilmenau) on flexible solar cell modules.
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