The 1st International School on Hybrid, Organic and Perovskite Photovoltaics (HOPE-PV 2019), October 21-23, 2019, Moscow
The Organizing Committee cordially invites you to attend The 1st International School on Hybrid, Organic and Perovskite Photovoltaics (HOPE-PV 2019). The School is organized by the Institute for Problems of Chemical Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences (IPCP RAS) and supported by Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech), Severstal Ltd. and Russian Science Foundation.
The HOPE-PV 2019 will cover the most recent trends in the development of emerging photovoltaic technologies utilizing different types of organic and hybrid materials. The scientific program will include plenary, tutorial and invited lectures given by renown speakers on the following major topics:
- Perovskite solar cells;
- Organic solar cells;
- Hybrid (e.g. quantum dot) solar cells;
- Dye sensitized solar cells;
Participants of HOPE-PV 2019 are encouraged to present short oral contributions or posters. The official language of HOPE-PV 2019 is English.
Prof. Sergey M. Aldoshin, IPCP RAS, Russia
Prof. Keith J. Stevenson, Skoltech, Russia
Prof. Pavel A. Troshin, Skoltech and IPCP RAS, Russia
International Advisory Board
Prof. Artem Bakulin, UK
Prof. Christoph Brabec, Germany
Prof. Juan-Pablo Carera-Baena, USA
Prof. Aldo Di Carlo, Italy
Prof. Lioz Etgar, Israel
Prof. Eugene Katz, Israel
Prof. Monica Lira-Cantu, Spain
Prof. Tsutomu Miyasaka, Japan
Prof. Selina Olthof, Germany
Prof. Sergei Ponomarenko, Russia
Prof. Maxim Pshenichnikov, Netherlands
Prof. Zexian Shen, Singapore
Prof. Natalie Stingelin, USA
Prof. Tsutomu Miyasaka (TOIN University of Yokohama, Japan)
Prof. Aldo Di Carlo (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy)
Prof. Eugene Katz (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel)
Prof. Ning Li (Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)
Prof. Dmitry Parashchuk (Moscow State University, Russia)
Prof. Sergei Ponomarenko (Institute of Synthetic Polymeric Materials, Russia)
Prof. Maxim Pshenichnikov (University of Groningen, Netherlands)
Dr. Aditya Sadhanala (University of Cambridge, UK)
Prof. Keith Stevenson (Skoltech, Russia)
Prof. Pavel Troshin (Skoltech and IPCP RAS, Russia)
Dr. Antonio Agresti (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy)
Prof. Shahab Ahmad (Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur, India)
Prof. Eugeniy Gudilin (Moscow State University, Russia)
Prof. Ajay K. Jena (TOIN University of Yokohama, Japan)
Dr. Jovana V. Milic (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
Prof. Andrey Shevelkov (Moscow State University, Russia)
The HOPE-PV 2019 program is located here.
Students, PhD students €100
Academy, regular participants €150
Registration fee includes HOPE-PV 2019 attendance, welcome reception, lunches, coffee breaks, Moscow city tour, electronic book of abstracts.
Oral and Posters presentations
All presentations are expected to be given in English only. We recommend to prepare presentations for oral talks in MS Power Point. Multimedia equipment such as overhead projector, screens, laser pointer and laptop will be available on site. The short oral talks will be limited in 15 min including Q&A.
Posters should have vertical orientation with the maximal size of 80 x 100 cm (W x L).
Venue and Transportation
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech) provides a venue for HOPE‑PV 2019 at the campus located at Skolkovo Innovation Center. Address: Bolshoy Boulevard 30, bld. 1, Moscow, Russia.
You can easily reach the HOPE‑PV 2019 site by train (20 min from Belorusskaya station + ca. 10 min. walk), bus (ca. 25 min. from Slavyanskiy Bulvar Metro station, lines 818Sk, 819K, 523) or taxi: recommended operators are Yandex taxi, City-Mobil, Gett. We strongly do not recommend you to use private or local taxi service, in particular at Moscow airports.
More detailed information on transportation you can find on the web site of Skoltech: https://www.skoltech.ru/en/about/contacts/
HOPE‑PV 2019 secretariat
Contact person: Dr. Lidiya Avdeeva
Welcome to The 1st International School on Hybrid, Organic and Perovskite Photovoltaics (HOPE-PV 2019)!