Special session6: Metal–halide perovskites the “wonder semiconducting material”

Perovskite solar cells are being identified as the potential candidate for future generation photovoltaics. The organohalide perovskite have revealed a variety of remarkable physical properties for numerous optoelectronic devices. This special session will be related to a profound understanding of efficiency improvement, reliability, upscaling, and different architectures. The critical discussion will provide opportunities to graduate students and scientists to exchange and to propose new approaches to perovskite solar cell fabrication for boosting solar cell performance and discuss with high-level researchers working on Perovskite research.

Team:

Interface engineering through surface passivation and innovative charge selective layer development for perovskite solar cells
Prof. Shahzada Ahmad
BCMaterials-Basque center for materials, applications & nanostructures, Leioa, Spain
(Session Convener and Keynote Speaker)
Rational Design of charge selective contacts for Metal Halide Perovskite Solar Cells
Prof. Samrana Kazim
BCMaterials-Basque center for materials, applications & nanostructures, Leioa, Spain
(Keynote Speaker)
Interlayers in organic and perovskite solar cells: The impact on performance and device stability
Dr. Morten Madsen
University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
(Invited Speaker)