Poster Sessions

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Poster Session 01: Kesterite & Sb-based materials | Chairs: Alex Redinger (University of Luxembourg), Amit Munshi (Colorado State University)
10:45 | PS01-01 | Spin-coated Cu2ZnSnS4 solar cells: A study on the transformation from ink to film | Sara Engberg (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
10:50 | PS01-02 | Performance enhancement of CIGS and CZTSSe solar cells by adding new absorber layers: Si and GaAs | Mohammed-Benali Kanoun (King Faisal University , Saudi Arabia)
10:55 | PS01-03 | Synthesis and Characterization of (AgxCu1-x)2ZnSnS4 thin-film for photovoltaic application | Jitendra Kumar (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India)
11:00 | PS01-04 | Influence of sulfur partial pressure on Cu2ZnSnS4 thin film characteristics | Neha Kumari (Indian Institute of Technology, India)
11:05 | PS01-05 | Analysis of polycrystaline  Ag-alloyed Cu2ZnSnS4 by 3DXRD Mariana | Mar Lucas (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
11:10 | PS01-06 | Cu2MnSnS4: an alternative Earth-Abundant Absorber | Stefano Marchionna (RSE Spa- Ricerca Sistema Energetico, Italy)
11:15 | PS01-07 | Passivation of CdS/Cu2ZnSnS4 interface from surface treatments of kesterite based thin film solar cells | Natalia Martin (Uppsala University, Sweden)
11:20 | PS01-08 | Cu2ZnSnS4 absorber layer for thin film solar cells using a highly stable precursor solution | Dhanasekar Moorthy (SRMIST CHENNAI, INDIA)
11:25 | PS01-09 | Cu2ZnSn(S,Se)4 solar cells employing a novel design of ultrathin zno-based transparent electrode | Anies Mutiari (Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria)
11:30 | PS01-10 | Study of antimony selenide films grown on textured glass substrates | Jagadish Rajendran (SRM Institute of Science and Technology, India)
11:35 | PS01-11 | Polarized photoluminescence of Cu2ZnSnS4 kesterite | Roman Redko (State University of Telecommunications, Ukraine)
11:40 | PS01-12 | Carbon-free CZTS inks synthesized at room temperature | Christian Rein (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
11:45 | PS01-13 | Effect of oxygen nonstoichiometry in oxides on the photoelectrochemical performance of TiO2/Sb2S3 and ZnO/Sb2S3 heterostructure nanorods | Vikas Sharma (Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India)
11:50 | PS01-14 | Investigation of defects formation in kesterite CZTSe thin film from the viewpoint of the formation pathway | Hyesun Yoo (Chonnam National University, Republic of Korea)
Poster Session 02 | Tandem & interfaces | Chairs: Negar Naghavi (CNRS), Jiro Nishinaga (AIST)
10:45 | PS02-01 | Study the impact of the defects of the front passivation on Cu(In.Ga)Se2 (CIGS) | Marco Alberto (Iberian International Institute Nanotechnology, Portugal)
10:50 | PS02-02 | Inkjet printed Zn(O,S) buffer for Cu(In,Ga)(S,Se)2 (CIGS) thin film solar cells  |Van Ben Chu (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
10:55 | PS02-03 | Electrodeposition routes for the synthesis of wide-gap CIGS on Silicon | Alexandre Crossay (Institut Photovoltaïque d’Ile de France, France)
11:00 | PS02-04 | DFT and TD-DFT study of optoelectronic properties of impact of different moieties in small molecules and polymers | Milind Dangate (Vellore Institute of Technology, Chennai, India)
11:05 | PS02-05 | Alternative buffer layers on flexible CIGS solar cells - Project INSPIRE | Slimane Ghodbane (Sunplugged GmbH, Austria)
11:10 | PS02-06 | Substitution of CdS buffer layer with ZnMgO on co-evaporated CIGS | Ramis Hertwig (Empa, Switzerland)
11:15 | PS02-07 | 17.5%-efficient ZMO/CdTe solar cells with soluction processed CuCl treatment | Dengbing Li (The University of Toledo, United States)
11:20 | PS02-08 | Modeling wide band gap pure sulfide CIGS solar cell as top junction for tandem solar cells | Daniel Lincot (CNRS, France)
11:25 | PS02-09 | High efficiency epitaxial CIGS solar cells grown on p-type GaAs substrates | Jiro Nishinaga (AIST, Japan)
11:30 | PS02-10 | SiOx passivation layer in ultrathin Cu(In,Ga)Se2 solar cells | Kevin Oliveira (INL- International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal)
11:35 | PS02-11 | Tandems- Revolution in Solar Power | Rohan Rajgonda Patil (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)
11:40 | PS02-12 | Electroreflectance Studies on Zn(O,S) and InxSy Buffer Layers in Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Solar Cells | Maria Reuter (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Germany)
11:45 | PS02-13 | Over 10% efficient Wide band gap CIGSe solar cells on transparent substrate | Mohamed Salem (Catalonia Institute for Energy Research (IREC), Spain )
11:50 | PS02-14 | Influence of the band offset at the buffer/window interface on non-idealities observed in JVT characteristics of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 solar cells with and without RbF-PDT | Alejandra Villanueva-Tovar (HZB, Germany)
Poster Session 03 | Growth & Characterization | Chairs: Romain Carron (Empa), Rutger Schlatmann (HZB/PVcomB)
10:45 | PS03-01 | How the absorber influences the formation of reverse bias induced defects in CIGS solar cells | Klaas Bakker (Solliance - TNO, The Netherlands)
10:50 | PS03-02 | NaF/RbF PDT induced surface modifications of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin-film solar cell absorbers | Jakob Bombsch (HZB, Germany)
10:55 | PS03-03 | Cancelled
11:00 | PS03-04 | AC equivalent circuit study of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 thin film solar cells | José Miguel Cunha (INL- International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal)
11:05 | PS03-05 | Cancelled
11:10 | PS03-06 | 3D reconstruction of CdTe/CdSeTe cell using automated Xe-Focus Ion Beam(FIB) milling and electron backscatter diffraction(EBSD) | Vladislav Kornienko (Loughborough University-CREST, United Kingdom)
11:15 | PS03-07 | The impact of Post Deposition Treatment (PDT) on rear surface passivated ultrathin Cu(In,Ga)Se2 (CIGS) solar cells | Tomás Lopes (INL- International Iberian Nanotechnology laboratory, Portugal)
11:20 | PS03-08 | Atomistic Modeling of Energy Band Alignment in Chemically Passivated CdTe(111) Surface With TeO2 Monolayer | Anthony Nicholson (Colorado State University, United States)
11:25 | PS03-09 | Encapsulation of Nanostructures in a Dielectric Matrix providing Optical Enhancement in Ultra-thin Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Solar cells | António Oliveira (International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal)
11:30 | PS03-10 | Cu(In,Ga)Se2 micro-concentrator solar cells fabricated by sputtering and post-selenization | Ana Perez (International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL), Portugal)
11:35 | PS03-11 | Alkali metal-treatments of low-bandgap Cu(In,Ga)(S,Se)2 thin-films grown under atmospheric pressure | Pablo Reyes-Figueroa (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin (PVcomB), Germany)
11:40 | PS03-12 | Conductive-AFM based characterization of alkali-PDT CIGS with mesoscopic material removal method | Deepanjan Sharma (international iberian nanotechnological laboratory, Portugal)
11:45 | PS03-13 | What can we learn about (Ag,Cu)(In,Ga)Se2 from first-principles calculations? | Kostiantyn Sopiha (Uppsala University, Sweden)
11:50 | PS03-14 | Insight into the effect of RbF-PDT on electronic defects in low and wide-gap CIGS materials | Hamidou Tangara (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
11:55 | PS03-15 | The effect of damp heat – illumination exposure on CIGS solar cells: a combined XRD and electrical characterization study | Mirjam Theelen (TNO Solliance, The Netherlands)