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How to Write a Scientific Paper for Success
Duration: 10 min
by Michael Saliba
Learn all the process of preparing and writing a good scientific paper, to enhance the quality of communication of your scientific result.
 
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A Short Overview to Perovskite Solar Cells
Duration: 6 min
by Michael Saliba
An introduction to lead halide perovskite solar cells: The structure of the material, the origins of discovery and the historical trajectory, the photophysical properties of hybrid perovskites, the photovoltaic characteristics.
 
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How to Produce High Efficiency Perovskite Solar Cells
Duration: 23 min
by Michael Saliba
Introduction to very high performance perovskite solar cells, emphasizing the complexity of multicomponent materials, the deposition methods, and the reproducibility protocols
 
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Impact of Defects on Halide Perovskite Solar Cells
Duration: 15 min
by Thomas Kirchartz
Defects are an important topic for every photovoltaic material. The talk attempts to answer three questions, namely do do defects matter in lead-halide perovskite solar cells, do they matter in the bulk or at interfaces and finally, where in the band gap are these defects?
 
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How to Make and Publish Scientific Papers Cells. The basics
Duration: 16 min
by Juan Bisquert
A basic introduction to the general features of scientific publication. The significance of formal scientific communication. Communicating the results of scientific research. Structure of a scientific paper. The process of publication of a paper. The channels of scientific communication
 
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How to Make and Publish Scientific Papers Cells. The scientific journals
Duration: 19 min
by Juan Bisquert
An introduction the scientific publishing. What are scientific journals. How the journals operate. Who manages scientific papers. How are journals rated in terms of scope and metrics. Importance and limitations of the journal impact factor.

 

 
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Transient Absorption Spectroscopy (TAS)
Duration: 33 min
by José Manuel Marín Beloqui
A brief introduction of Transient Absorption Spectroscopy (TAS) technique and its application Organic Solar Cells. This introduction includes the basics of the technique, the different setups for femtosecond and microsecond TAS and the analysis of the species that are present in organic solar cells.
 
 
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