CDT-PV Showcase 2019

Sep 12 2019, 09:00

University of Bath, Chancellors Building

Event Programme

Centre for Doctoral Training in New & Sustainable Photovoltaics Showcase 2019

Thursday 12th September 2019, Chancellors’ Building, Room L1.12, University of Bath

Welcome to the fifth annual CDT-PV showcase. We hope you find the varied selection of talks today interesting. Please take some time to read posters from all the CDT-PV students during the breaks and in the poster session at the end of the day, during which we hope you will have fruitful discussions.

9:00 Arrival, Registration, tea & coffee.
9:30 Welcome by Professor Nick Brook, Dean of the Faculty of Science, University of Bath
9:45 Cohort 5 Presentation
10:00 “Does photon recycling influence solar cell efficiency”, Alan Bowman, University of Cambridge
10:20 “Tantalum Doping for Enhanced Mobility in Cation Doped SnO2”, Tom Featherstone, University of Liverpool
10:40 “Incorporation of (NaF) Sodium Fluoride into CdTe solar cells”, Tom Shalvey, University of Liverpool
Invited Talk 1: “Solar PV Industry – My personal journey and the future trends”, Dr KT Tan, Viridian Solar
11:45 “Triplet Pair States in Singlet Fission Materials”, David Bossanyi, University of Sheffield
12:05 “Role of Sb 5s2 lone pairs in electronic structure of Sb2Se3 solar absorber & other Sb-chalcogenides”, Jack Swallow, University of Liverpool
12:25 Invited Talk 2: “Helium Ion Microscopy of Black Silicon for Photovoltaics”, Dr Stuart Boden, University of Southampton
13:00 Lunch & Poster session
14:00 “Understanding orientation in methylamine-recrystallised MAPbI3 perovskites”,
Joel Smith, University of Sheffield
14:20 “Over-egging the pudding: what happens when you hybridise a 2D-3D perovskite system too much?” Leo Buizza, University of Oxford
14:40 “Quantifying the influence of polaronic behaviour on charge transport in MAPbI3”,
Lewis Irvine, University of Bath
15:00 Invited Talk 3: “Renewable energy and climate politics”,
Kate Levick, E3G
15:30 Invited Talk 4: “Computationally-enabled routes to new inorganic materials” Professor Matthew Rosseinsky, University of Liverpool
Break & Poster session
16:15 Poster Session/Discussion
17:00 Prize distribution, Professor Alison Walker, Academic Director CDT-PV, Closing remarks
18:30 Dinner at the Wessex Restaurant, University of Bath.