Gerrit Boschloo Shines at HOPV2023 with Insights on SnO2 in Perovskite Solar Cells
International Conference on Hybrid & Organic Photovoltaics 2023| London, UK
Gerrit Boschloo, a distinguished professor in physical chemistry at Uppsala University, made a notable contribution at HOPV2023, where he presented a poster titled “Origin of High Performance of SnO2 Electron Transport Layers in Perovskite Solar Cells.”
HOPV2023 is a renowned conference that has been at the forefront of advancements in hybrid and organic solar cells for the past decade. This conference has witnessed remarkable progress in terms of efficiency, lifetime, and processability, paving the way for these innovative technologies to find their place in commercial applications. The conference primarily focuses on the development, function, and modeling of materials and devices for various types of solar cells, including perovskite, organic, quantum dot, and dye-sensitized solar cells. It also explores their integration into complementary devices like photoelectrochemical water splitting.
Building upon the success of previous HOPV conferences, HOPV2023 provides an exceptional platform for scientists and engineers from around the world to engage in dynamic discussions and exchange the latest developments in hybrid and organic photovoltaics. It offers captivating opportunities and challenging avenues for scientific research and technological advancements in the field.
Gerrit Boschloo, with his extensive expertise, leads a research group at Uppsala University focusing on perovskite solar cells, dye-sensitized solar cells, and fundamental studies of the semiconductor/electrolyte interface. Having obtained his PhD in 1996 from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, Boschloo has authored over 270 peer-reviewed papers with an impressive h-index of 83. Additionally, he is a co-founder of Dyenamo AB and serves as an associate editor for ACS Appl. Energy Mater.