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News    22.02.2019

Industry day with focus on optoelectronics and photovoltaics at HZB in Adlershof

Working in the newly equipped HySPRINT lab for perovskite solar cells: Cooperation opportunities - also in other laboratories and topics - will be presented at the Industry Day.
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On 28 March 2019, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin kindly invites you to an Industry Day in Adlershof. We will provide information on cooperation opportunities and show laboratories that are available for joint research projects. Participants can expect a varied programme on the fields of material and component development, analytics and simulation. The event is free of charge, please register.

Using various examples, HZB scientists explain how industrial cooperations with the HZB can be implemented in practice. There will be plenty of space to exchange ideas and to talk about cooperation opportunities. The "Berlin Partner für Wirtschaft und Technologie" and the "Wirtschaftsföderung des Landes Brandenburg" are also on hand to provide information about funding opportunities.

During the matchmaking (ten-minutes discussions with the experts) guests from industry have the opportunity to talk directly to the appropriate contact person for their concerns (e.g. about silicon laser crystallization, tandem solar cells, perovskite solar cells, CIGS-PV, TCO coatings, simulation,...). Laboratory visits can also be booked on site. 

The event is organized jointly by the Competence Center Thin Film and Nanotechnology for Photovoltaics Berlin (PVcomB) and the Helmholtz Innovation Lab HySPRINT in cooperation with the location partner WISTA and will be held in German

Registration and programme

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