ISOS has been running since 2008 and has rapidly become one of the most attended workshops in the field, bringing together an expert community both from industry and academia. The program includes round table discussions and the limited number of participants creates a unique atmosphere for informal scientific exchange. This year’s program will cover the following topics: degradation of photo-active materials and full devices in the field of organic, hybrid and perovskite solar cells, flexible gas barriers, applications and standards, characterization techniques and few talks from related optoelectronic devices, for example OLEDs or Si PV reliability.

Confirmed invited speakers:

Frederik C. Krebs,  Technical University of Denmark:

Deployment, operation and stability of large scale grid tied OPV installations: real life data

Joseph M. Luther, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA:

Structural and chemical evolution of lead halide perovskites: thermal and environmental stresses in varying device structures

Pavel Troshin, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia:

Towards understanding the degradation of the lead halide based perovskites in thin films and photovoltaic devices

Jeffrey Kettle, Bangor University, Wales, UK:

Using ISOS testing standards as the basis for quantitative accelerated life testing in OPVs

Saif A. Haque, Imperial College London, UK:

Oxygen-induced Degradation in hybrid perovskite materials and solar cells



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