2010 Philadelphia, PA
Now in its fourth year, Organic Photovoltaics 2010 set for April 28-30, 2010 in Philadelphia, PA, US will address the opportunities and most critical challenges for the commercialization of OPV technologies. Chaired by Russell Guadiana of Konarka, this conference will feature 17 presentations, one half-day seminar and numerous networking functions.
About the conference
At Organic Photovoltaics 2010, attendees will meet and network with important players, key innovators and decision makers from the technical and business sides of the PV, OPV and organic and printed electronics industries. Key topics to be discussed include:
- Market and industry updates and progress towards commercialization
- Technology updates
- Overcoming degradation, efficiency issues and other challenges
- Funding and investment opportunities
- With individual presentations from leading companies, panel discussions, pre-conference seminars and numerous networking functions, this important technical and business conference is a must attend event for anyone interested in the advancement of organic photovoltaics!
Confirmed speakers for OPV 2010
Dr. Thomas Baer, Stanford Photonics Research Center
Dr. Seamus Curran, Institute for NanoEnergy
Arthur Nozik, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Dr. Sean Shaheen, University of Denver
Som Mitra, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Paula Mints, Navigant Consulting
Mary Boone, Plextronics
Professor J.C. Hummelen, University of Groningen
Dr. Teresa Barnes, NREL
John Dickenson, Air Products
Dr. Zheng Xu, Solarmer Energy
Dr. Matthew Lloyd, NREL
Gopalan Rajeswaran, Moser Baer
Thomas Kolbusch, Coatema
Who should attend?
Materials scientists: Discover the latest materials developments and share your own innovations with fellow scientists and manufacturers.
University researchers: Discuss current research, recent results and future projects with colleagues and network with potential business partners and investors who can assist in making your work a commercial reality.
Angel investors, venture capitalists and investment firms: Get updated on the latest technical advances and identify new investment opportunities.
Solar cell and module manufacturers: Gain insight into market dynamics and consumer demands and network up and down the value chain with material innovators and potential customers.
Intelligent fabric, portable electronic, smart sensor, RFID, power generation and other product designers and developers: Find out about the latest advances and expected near-term developments in organic solar technologies that can be integrated into your products.