FULLY CONNECTED VIRTUAL and PHYSICAL
PEROVSKITE PHOTOVOLTAIC LAB
Knowledge Exchange Portal
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Based on the fruitful results and experiences of SOPHi@Webinar  the internal  e-learning platform of 7FP-SOPHIA project and CHEETAH webinar Platform , VIPERLAB-KEP   platform is continuing to offer  on-line in-depth training and discussions to all VIPERLAB members by targeted courses/seminaries open, on request, to any interested external university or  research organization, particularly students and resarchers at their early stage of their career  on:

  • Comprehensive information and transfer of knowldege on different R&D topic concering  Joint Research Activities
  • A presentation on several outstanding technical-scientific results highlighting  the potential in utilizing  the infrastructure/technique/scientific protocols and sharing common  expertise

By collecting and proposing the whole set of lectures  as  complete "virtual"  courses  in PV organized by  topics in dedicated specific web CHEETAH KEPT-PV offers new set of on-line courses named VIPERLAB Virtual Academy courses.

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Took place on Jun, 29th 2022

Metal-halide perovskites made a breakthrough in photovoltaic and light-emitting technologies in the last ten years. Dr. Annalisa Bruno's talk  will show why thermal evaporation is a promising perovskite fabrication technique to bring this technology closer to production, by relying on excellent size scalability, promising stability, fine composition control, and surface adaptability. Perovskite fabricated by co-evaporation show remarkable structural robustness and impressive thermal stability. Dr. Bruno will present the results achieved by her team on semi-transparent PSCs and mini modules with a wide range of colors. Lastly she will further discuss how these results represent a significant step toward the commercialization of the perovskite technology


Took place on Feb, 08th 2022

Modelling, high performance computing and efficient access to data sets based on data reported in the literature and experimental work are important tools to accelerate research in the field of photovoltaic perovskite, and beyond. With this workshop VIPERLAB presents the importance of these topics for materials science technology and how the 4 virtual infrastructures of Viperlab project  can support researchers from academy'and industry, with free access to their computing, modeling tools and the available datasets.


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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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