Leading the Charge: Maria Loi’s Pioneering Insights at HOPV2023
International Conference on Hybrid & Organic Photovoltaics 2023| London, UK
We are excited to announce Maria Antonietta Loi’s pivotal contribution at the 15th International Conference on Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics. The distinguished expert in photophysics and optoelectronics delivered an engaging talk titled “Carbazole Based Self-Assembled Monolayer as Hole Transport Layer for Efficient and Stable Pb/Sn Perovskite Solar Cells.”
HOPV2023, a renowned conference with a decade-long legacy, has been at the forefront of transformative advancements in hybrid and organic solar cells. Notably, these developments span efficiency, lifetime, and processability, ushering these innovative technologies into commercial applications. The conference is a focal point for scientific research and technological development, emphasizing materials and device modeling for hybrid and organic solar cells, including perovskite, organic, quantum dot, and dye-sensitized solar cells. It also explores their integration into complementary devices like photoelectrochemical water splitting.
Maria Antonietta Loi, a distinguished researcher from the University of Groningen, showcased her profound expertise in sustainable lead-free materials and their applications in energy conversion. Her invaluable contributions to photophysics and optoelectronics underscore her significance in this multidisciplinary dialogue, catalyzing breakthroughs and fostering innovation.