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Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability

Department of Physics

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The Fifth Winton Symposium will be held on November 3, 2016 at the Cavendish Laboratory on "Solar Energies"

Preliminary Programme

Registration from 9:30

Session I

Professor Sir Richard Friend Welcome to the Fifth Winton Symposium 10:00 10:10
Professor Sir David King A New $30bn per annum International Public Investment Programme into Clean Energy Technologies: Mission Innovation 10:10 10:55
Professor Greg Engel Design Principles of Photosynthetic Light Harvesting 10:55 11:40
Professor Albert Polman Light Management in Photovoltaics using Nanotechnology 11:40 12:25


Session II

Professor Tonio Buonassisi Technology Enablers for Sustainable Large-Scale Adoption of Silicon Photovoltaics 13:30 14:15
Dr Frank Dimroth Conversion efficiencies exceeding 30% for sunlight energy to electricity or hydrogen enabled by III-V compound semiconductors 14:15 15:00

Tea Break

Session III

Professor Henry Snaith Photovoltaics with Perovskite Semiconductors 15:30 16:15
Professor Jenny Nelson

Molecular and Nanostructured Materials for Solar Cells

16:15 17:00

Closing Remarks

17:00 17:10

Drinks Reception from 17:10

Winton Annual Report 2016

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