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'Energy and Light': Cambridge Cluster Tool Symposium – Cavendish Laboratory – 21st October 2021

We warmly invite you to register for our upcoming Cluster Tool Symposium on 21st of October 2021 (10:30am to 3:30pm), a hybrid event at the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge. This one-day symposium will showcase recent results from the growth, characterisation, testing and packaging of novel devices, and will explore potential new ideas and research directions for the Cluster Tool.

Much of the acadmic work on the tool is undertaken as part of the Royce Institute's Atoms to Devices (A2D) theme. For more information see: https://www.royce.ac.uk/research-areas/atoms-to-devices/

To register interest in attending, please reply to Steve Haws, Cluster Tool technical officer, at sah219@cam.ac.uk
 
Provisional talk titles:
 

Prof Henning Sirringhaus

Introduction to the Royce Cluster Tool

Dr Bart Roose

All-perovskite tandem solar cells: The importance of interlayer design

Dimitrios Simatos

Water stability of electrolyte-gated organic field-effect transistors

Juliane Borchert

Co-evaporated 2D perovskites - progress, challenges, and applications

Miguel Anaya

Halide perovskite X-ray detectors

Yu-Hsien Chiang

Evaporated perovskite solar cells

Alessandro Mirabelli

Instability in Blue Perovskite LEDs

Dr Farheen N Sayed

Interphases at solid-solid interface in thin film high voltage cathodes for Li-ion battery

Adam Lovett

Vertically aligned nanocomposites for solid state battery applications

Xiaolong Chen

3D-printed hierarchical pillar array electrodes for high performance semi-artificial photosynthesis

Martyn Rush

OPV for BIPV

 

Further details on the equipment can be found at: https://www.maxwell.cam.ac.uk/programmes/henry-royce-institute/ambient-p...

Provisional Agenda:
11:00 - Registration and coffee
11:45 - Session 1 starts  
13:15 - Lunch and networking 
14:00 - Session 2 starts
15:15 - Facility tour
16:00 - Wrap-up and networking