Role in the project : WP9 – JRA3 WP leader: -Characterization and standardization & Project Manager for the partecipation of CEA in VIPERLAB
Ph.D. in physico-chemistry from the University Paris VI (2002) with French Habilitation to conduct research (2016). After a first experience in the field of polymer processing, he joined the CEA in 2004 to develop the thematic of encapsulation and gas barrier measurements/materials. Since 2005, he is working in the Department of Solar Technologies within the French National Institute for Solar Energy (CEA-INES) and is now in charge of stability in the laboratory developing Perovskite and Silicon-Perovskite tandem solar cells.
 - Took place on Jun, 28th 2023
Perovskite SJ and Pero/Si Tandem technologies are attracting significant attention from both scientific and industrial societies due to rapid increases in efficiency, from approximately 3% in 2009 to over 33% today. Several efforts are made to characterize the technological bottlenecks, overcome them and push the technology to the commercial world through the PV module upscaling. This imposes a pre-industrial stage, where different equipment from coating systems such as blade coating, slot-die coating and spray coating to printing paths such as screen, inkjet and gravure printing as well as methods of vacuum deposition and laser processing are currently used to support the potential of PSCs to move towards their industrialization. VIPERLAB today introduces CEA and IMEC VIPERLAB Research Infrastructures offering State-of-the-art equipment for Fabrication, Characterization, Encapsulation, Upscaling and Testing of Perovskite SJ and Pero/Si Tandem Solar Cells