EU PVSEC 2015: Submit your Abstracts until 16 February 2015
European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Dr. Nigel Taylor
Technical Programme Chair
Dear Members of the Photovoltaic and Energy System Communities,
On behalf of the Scientific Committee, I would like to remind you to submit your abstracts with your latest research results to the 31st European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition.
There are three great reasons to get involved in EUPVSEC 2015:
- be a part of the cutting edge of photovoltaics R&D
- strengthen the links between the research community, industry, investors and policy makers
- help send a clear message to the UN Climate Change COP-21 meeting to be held in Paris, December 2015, that PV is delivering and on track to exploit its potential for communities right across the planet.
Be part of this leading international PV Conference and present your latest results to specialists and decision-makers from around the globe. Don't forget to submit your abstract by 16 February 2015!
Contributions are welcome on all aspects of photovoltaics and their role in our present and future energy systems. The Conference will be structured along the following main topics:
- New Materials and Concepts for Solar Cells and Modules
- Wafer-Based Silicon Solar Cells and Materials Technology
- Thin Film Solar Cells and Modules
- Solar Cells / Assemblies / Modules for Terrestrial Concentrator Systems and for Space Solar Generators
- Operations, Performance and Reliability of Photovoltaics (from Cells to Systems)
- PV Applications
- PV - A Major Electricity Source
Please refer to www.photovoltaic-conference.com for the Call for Papers, the detailed Conference Topics, application for Student Awards, application for peer review and publication in the scientific magazine ‘Progress in Photovoltaics’ and helpful hints for abstract submission.
EU PVSEC Scientific Committee
Your Conference Programme is compiled by the photovoltaic professional world.
Following submission, your abstract will be reviewed by members of the international Scientific Committee. This distinguished group is made up of 200 leading experts from institutional and industrial research organisations, based in 34 countries on 5 continents.
To guarantee scientific quality of the Conference Programme, each abstract will be scored by three independent reviewers, before the topic organisers – at least two for each subtopic – select the oral and visual presentations.
Becquerel Prize 2015: Nomination of Candidates
The members of the Becquerel Prize Committee kindly invite you to take part in the nomination process for the year 2015.
The Alexandre Edmund Becquerel Prize was established by the European Commission in 1989, the 150th anniversary of Becquerel’s classical experiment in which he discovered the photovoltaic effect. Its purpose is to honour scientific, technical or managerial merit in the development of photovoltaic solar energy, attained over a period of continuous achievement, or very exceptionally, for some extraordinary invention or discovery. It is primarily a European Award but not restricted exclusively to European citizens.
The Becquerel Prize is granted by the European Commission and awarded in the name of the European Photovoltaic community at the annual European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference.