James Durrant                            Annamaria Petrozza

Imperial College London                Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia

& Swansea University, UK             Milano, IT



Trystan Watson                          Tracey Clarke

Swansea University, UK                 University College London, UK


Invited Speakers

Symposium 1

Tue 26th May - Perovskite Fundamentals

Organizer and Chairperson: Annamaria Petrozza

Invited Speakers

Symposium 2

Wed 27th May - Characterization and Photophysics of OPV and Pervovskite Materials

Organizer and Chairperson: Tracey Clarke

Invited Speakers

Symposium 3

Thu 28th May - Perovskite Devices and Applications

Organizer and Chairperson: Trystan Watson

Invited Speakers

Symposium 4

Fri 29th May - Organic Solar Cells

Organizer and Chairperson: James Durrant

Invited Speakers

HOPV20 Conference on demand

     Now you can enjoy of the 12th Conference on Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics, HOPV20 Online Conference at any moment and anywhere with the videos on demand.

    This successful HOPV conference focused on four topics central to the HOPV conference series: Perovskite Fundamentals, Characterisation and Spectroscopy of Organic and Perovskite Solar Cells, Perovskite Devices and Applications, and Organic Solar Cells.

    The oral sessions consisted of  talks featured by invited speakers and a Discussion Pannel in each symposia. Watch the videos of all the Oral Session and and retrieve online content to relive the successful conference.


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Topics and Program

The topics covered by the conference were:

  • Perovskite solar cells
  • Organic solar cells
  • Measurement techniques and characterization
  • Preparation routes and stability issues
  • Related photovoltaic technologies, including quantum dot and dye sensitized devices
  • Complementary technologies, such as photoelectrochemical water splitting

Program by symposium:

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