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Monday 03/04 Tuesday 04/04 Wednesday 05/04 Thursday 06/04


07:30 Registration
08:30 Opening Session Rolf Böhme Saal
Chair: Ralf Preu (Fraunhofer ISE)
08:30
Opening
Ralf Preu, Fraunhofer ISE
08:45 Session 1: Tandem Cells Rolf Böhme Saal
Chair: Christophe Ballif (EPFL STI IMT-NE EPFL) and Peter Wilshaw (University of Oxford)
08:45
23.6%-Efficient Monolithic Perovskite/Silicon Tandem Cell
Zhengshan Yu, Arizona State University
09:00
Si-based Dual Junction Solar Cells Enabling 1-sun Efficiency Above 30%
Christophe Allebé, CSEM
09:15
Crystalline Silicon Solar Cell with Front and Rear Poly-Si Passivating Contacts as Bottom Cell in Hybrid Tandems
Stefan Luxembourg, ECN Solar Energy
09:30
Monolithic III-V//Si Tandem Solar Cells with > 30% Efficiency Enabled by Wafer-bonding
Romain Cariou, Fraunhofer ISE
09:45 Coffee Break
10:15 Session 2: Modules Rolf Böhme Saal
Chair: Romain Couderc (CETHIL/Apollon Solar) and Ulrich Eitner (Fraunhofer ISE)
10:15
Minimizing the Potential Induced Degradation Through Polarization in PV Modules by Modification of the Dielectric Antireflection and Passivation Stack
Gaby Janssen, ECN-Solar Energy
10:30
Potential Induced Degradation of n-Type Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells
Soohyun Bae, Korea University
10:45
Nondestructive Quantitative Analysis of Single Solar Cells in Modules
Jan Bauer, Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics
11:00
System Performance Loss due to LeTID
Friederike Kersten, Hanwha Q Cells GmbH
11:15
Ultra-soft Wires for Direct Soldering on Finger Grids of Solar Cells
Li Carlos Rendler, Fraunhofer ISE
11:30 Lunch Break
12:30 Poster Session 1
1-A-mon
Optical and Electrical Characterization of Poly-Si/SiOx Contacts and their Implications on Cell Design
Frank Feldmann, Fraunhofer ISE
4-A-mon
Aspects of Bifacial Cell Efficiency
Gaby Janssen, ECN-Solar Energy
7-A-mon
CELLO Photo-impedance-spectroscopy on PERC Solar Cells: Separation of Bulk and Rear Surface Defects
Andreas Schütt, CELLOscan GbR
10-A-mon
Comparison of Line Wise PL Imaging and Area Wise PL Imaging
Hannes Höffler, Fraunhofer ISE
13-A-mon
Temperature Dependent Photoluminescence Imaging Calibrated by Photoconductance Measurements
Halvard Haug, Institute for Energy Technology
16-A-mon
Modeling of Recombination Strength at Grainboundaries after Phosphorus Diffusion Gettering and the Effect of Hydrogen Passivation
Marie Syre Wiig, Institute for Energy Technology
19-A-mon
Extraction of Individual Components of Series Resistance Using TCAD Simulations Meeting the Requirements of 2- and 3-dimensional Carrier Flow of PERX and IBC Solar Cells
Gabriel Micard, University of Konstanz
22-A-mon
Investigation of Phosphorous Diffusion Gettering in High Performance Multicrystalline Silicon Using Laser Ablation ICPMS
Sagnik Chakraborty, NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering
25-A-mon
Electrical and Optical Simulation of nPERT Solar Cells with Epitaxially Grown Emitters
Miha Filipic, imec
28-A-mon
Predicting Bulk Lifetime Values by Applying Wet Chemistry H-termination for Inline Quality Control of Silicon Wafers
Saed Al-Hajjawi, Fraunhofer ISE
31-A-mon
Study of the Bulk Lifetime and Material Saturation Current Density of Different P-type Monocrystalline Silicon Materials
Franziska Wolny, Solar World Innovations GmbH
34-A-mon
On the Meaning(fullness) of the Intensity Unit ‘suns’ in Light Induced Degradation Experiments
Axel Herguth, University of Konstanz
37-B-mon
Quantifying and Controlling the Radiative Emissivity of Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells
Alexander Mellor, Imperial College London
43-C-mon
Advances in PassDop Technology: Recombination and Optics
Bernd Steinhauser, Fraunhofer ISE
46-C-mon
Intricacies of Super Acid Passivation for Determining the Bulk Lifetime in Crystalline Silicon Wafers
Nicholas Grant, University of Warwick
49-C-mon
Atomic Layer Deposited Dielectric and/or Semiconducting Oxide Multilayers for Crystalline Silicon Surface Passivation
Jagannath Panigrahi, National Physical Laboratory
52-C-mon
Efficient Surface Passivation of Black Silicon Using Spatial ALD
Ismo T. S. Heikkinen, Beneq Oy
55-C-mon
ONO for Silicon Solar Cell
Teng Kho, Australian National University
58-C-mon
Investigation of Nano-scaled Quasi Pyramid Texture for HIT Solar Cells Using n-Type High Performance Multi-crystalline Silicon
Song Zhang, NTNU
61-C-mon
A Comparison Study of Boron Emitter Passivation by Silicon Dioxide and a PECVD Silicon Nitride Stack
Barbora Mojrova, UMEL FEKT VUT v Brne
64-C-mon
Parameter Influences on Etching Silicon Wafers with HF-HCl-Cl2-Mixtures
André Stapf, TU Bergakademie Freiberg
67-D-mon
Towards an Optimum Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cell Configuration for High Temperature and High Light Intensity Environment
Amir Abdallah, Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute
70-D-mon
Analysis of Contact Recombination at Rear Local Back Surface Field Via Boron Laser Doping and Screen-printed Aluminum Metallization on p-Type PERC Solar Cells
Yuka Tomizawa, Teijin Ltd.
73-E-mon
Defect Equilibration in Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells
Loris Barraud, CSEM
76-E-mon
Boron-diffusion During Formation of Passivating Hole-contacts
Franz-Josef Haug, EPFL
79-E-mon
Effective Passivation of Crystalline Silicon Surfaces by Ultrathin Atomic-layer-deposited TiOx Layers
Valeriya Titova, Institut für Solarenergieforschung GmbH
82-E-mon
Dependence of n-cSi/MoOx Heterojunction Performance on cSi Doping Concentration
Hisham Nasser, The Center for Solar Energy Research and Applications (GÜNAM)-Middle East Technical University (METU)
85-F-mon
Solder Joint Stability Study of Wire-based Interconnection Compared to Ribbon Interconnection
Johann Walter, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE
88-F-mon
Thermomechanical Stress Analysis of PV Module Production Processes by Raman Spectroscopy and FEM Simulation
Andreas Joachim Beinert, Fraunhofer ISE
91-G-mon
Investigation of Efficiency for PID-affected Module at Non-standard Conditions
Hong Yang, Xi’an Jiaotong University
94-H-mon
Towards Short Circuit Current Densities of 43 mA/cm² with Microcrystalline Silicon Carbide in Heterojunction Solar Cells
Manuel Pomaska, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK-5 Phtovoltaik
97-H-mon
Fabrication of Si Tunnel Diodes for c-Si Based Tandem Solar Cells Using Proximity Rapid Thermal Annealing
Alain Fave, INL
100-I-mon
Hybrid Front / Rear Contacted Solar Cell
Olindo Isabella, Delft University of Technology
103-J-mon
The Role of Cu in Microstructural Root Cause Diagnostics of Light Induced Degradation in Multi-crystalline PERC Solar Cells
Tabea Luka, Fraunhofer Center for Silicon Photovoltaics CSP
106-J-mon
The Influence of Residence Time on Thermal Decomposition of Monosilane
Guro Marie Wyller, IFE
109-J-mon
Bulk and Surface Instabilities in Boron Doped Float-zone Samples During Light Induced Degradation Treatments
David Sperber, University of Konstanz
112-J-mon
Grain Boundaries and Dislocations in Si-bricks: Inline Characterization on As-cut Wafers
Theresa Strauch, Fraunhofer ISE
115-J-mon
Controlling Surface Contamination Issues in the Fabrication Environment of High Efficiency Crystalline Silicon-based Homojunction Solar Cells
Hélène Lignier, CEA
118-J-mon
New Methods to Evaluate Cleaning Processes by Detecting the Particle Load on Surfaces of Diamond Wire Sawn Silicon Wafers
Lydia Lottspeich, Fraunhofer Technology Centre Semiconductor Materials THM
121-J-mon
Local Optimization of Graphite Heater to Save a Power Consumption of Czochralski Si Ingot Grower for PV Application
Wooseok Nam, Woongjin Energy Co. Ltd.
124-J-mon
Low Temperature Gettering for Improved Multicrystalline Silicon
John Murphy, University of Warwick
127-J-mon
Growth Uniformity of Epitaxy Silicon Grown at 200 °C Using 60 MHz Very High Frequency Plasma Enhanced Vapor Phase Epitaxy
Ka-Hyun Kim, Korea Institute of Energy Research
133-K-mon
‘Mg’nificent Electron Contacts for n-Type Silicon Solar Cells: Metal, Oxide, and Fluoride
Yimao Wan, Australian National University
136-K-mon
Benefits of Different Process Routes for Industrial Direct Front Side Plating
Norbert Bay, RENA Technologies GmbH
139-K-mon
Low Activity Tabbing Pastes for Passivated Surface
Yi Yang, Heraeus Precious Metals
14:00 Short Coffee Break
14:15 Invited Talk Rolf Böhme Saal
14:15
Perovskite on Silicon Tandem Cell
Henry Snaith, Oxford Photovoltaics
14:45 Session 3: PERC Cells and Passivation Rolf Böhme Saal
Chair: Jozef Szlufcik (imec) and Thorsten Dullweber (ISFH)
14:45
An Enhanced Alneal Process to Produce Surface Recombination Velocities Below 1 cms-1
Katherine A Collett, University of Oxford
15:00
Structure and Composition of Phosphosilicate Glass Layers Formed by POCl3 Diffusion
Sabrina Werner, Fraunhofer ISE
15:15
Passivation of Black Silicon Phosphorus Emitters with ALD SiO2/Al2O3 Stacks
Toni Pasanen, Aalto University
15:30
Mass Production of p-Type Cz Silicon Solar Cells Approaching Average Stable Conversion Efficiencies of 22%
Fabian Fertig, Hanwha Q Cells GmbH
15:45
Development and Characterization of Multifunctional Passdop Layers for Local P+-laser Doping
Mohammad Hassan Norouzi, Fraunhofer ISE
16:00
Insights into the Reliability of Ni/Cu Plated p-PERC Silicon Solar Cells
Chi Dang, KU Leuven / imec
16:15 Coffee Break
16:45 Session 4: Modeling and Simulation Rolf Böhme Saal
Chair: Barbara Terheiden (University of Konstanz) and Brett Hallam (University of New South Wales)
16:45
The Concept of Skins for (Silicon) Solar Cell Modelling
Andreas Fell, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE
17:00
CASSANDRA – A Tool for Analysis and Prediction of Time Resolved BO Defect Dynamic on Lifetime and Cell Level
Axel Herguth, University of Konstanz
17:15
Experimental Verification of Internal Resistance Models for PERT-type Solar Cells
Sebastian Meier, Fraunhofer ISE
17:30
Metamodeling of Numerical Device Simulations to Rapidly Create Efficiency Optimization Roadmaps of Monocrystalline Silicon PERC Cells
Sven Wasmer, Fraunhofer ISE
17:45
Accurate Opto-electrical Modelling of IBC Solar Cells Based on Poly-Si Carrier-selective Passivating Contacts
Paul Procel, TU Delft
18:30 Technical Tour

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