Knowledge Exchange Portal

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[Project Update]


H2020 VIPERLAB project, by stimulating European academic and industrial researchers to work together on the research and development of next-generation solar cell technology based on perovskite photovoltaic technology, is creating an innovative network that offers access to the best research infrastructures, to provide tools and knowledge, facilitating the exchange and training of researchers from academia and industry at any stage of their careers and covering the entire value chain, from materials to devices and applications, thus enabling effective and rapid technological progress.

Knowledge exchange is a goal that unites educators, research institutes, members of open to innovation companies and wider groups and communities, translating and/or transforming it into an opportunity for mutual profit and to learn more and better through the use of complementary skills. This improves outcomes, accelerates goal achievement and research impact

VIPERLAB, thanks to efficient communication and dissemination channels, has established new strategies to promote a culture of cooperation among project members and towards external interested stakeholders from research, industry, politics and society, and to increase opportunities to transfer best practices through training and staff exchange


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An essential component of our project data management plan. KEP is not only a data repository, but also a hub designed to provide, together with our other knowledge exchange platforms, support for accessing technical information and for free access to our research infrastructures, available expertise and how get in touch with our scientists, the availability of databases of experiments, how to participate in webinars/online courses etc. with access also to videos and post-event slides, and how to access our publications, technical documents and preprints.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 101006715

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