#NewOPV - New concepts for stable non-fullerene based organic solar cells and their applications

Description of topical focus

This symposium invites contributions on new approaches to enhance the performance and stability of organic solar cells (OPV), as well as highlights the novel areas of application. It will consider challenges in synthesis of novel types of non-fullerene acceptor and matching donor molecules to afford simultaneous high efficiency, long lifetime and low environmental impact at a low cost of synthesis. At the same time ti will provide new insights on the advanced machine learning concepts for optimization and upscaling of these devices, and highlight arising new OPV application areas, such as indoor light cells, agrivoltaics, integrated IOT solutions and more.

List of conference topics
  • Development of highly efficient organic solar cells molecules
  • Stability of organic solar cells
  • Upscaling of solar cell devices
  • Novel application areas for organic solar cells
Invited Speakers

Christoph Brabec

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)


Tracey Clarke

University College London UCL


Martijn Kemerink

University of Heidelberg


Iain McCulloch

Department of Chemistry University of Oxford


Jenny Nelson

Imperial College London, United Kingdom


Natalie Stingelin

Georgia Tech

Symposium organizers
Vida Engmann

University of Southern Denmark, SDU NanoSYD, Mads Clausen Institute

Morten Madsen

University of Southern Denmark

Pavel Troshin

Zhengzhou Research Institute of HIT

Chu-Chen Chueh

National Taiwan University


Gitti Frey

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology


Zhe Li

Queen Mary University of London, School of Engineering and Materials Science


 Ellen Moons

Karlstad university


Safa Shoaee

University of Potsdam, DE

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