The PhotoVoltaic Technical Conference 2017, PVTC, the 8th event of a series of international PV specialty conferences, will take place for the second time in Marseille (Southern France), from 26 to 28 April 2017 at the International Center of Villa Méditerranée.
This event brings together worldwide speakers and attendees from all over the world around the topic «From materials and advanced processes to innovative applications». Last edition in 2016 featured academic and industrial attendees from more than 20 countries.
Reknown keynote and Invited speakers will participate at PVTC 2017:
Pr. Ted Sargent, Canada Research Chair in Nanotechnology, Vice President-International, University of Toronto (Canada)
Dr. Radovan Kopecek, Deputy Chairman of the excecutive board, ISC (Germany)
Dr. Robert Margolis, Senior Energy Analyst, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Washington DC (USA)
Claus Lichtenberg, Managing Director, Meyer Burger (Netherlands)
Amaury Korniloff, Deputy Managing Director, Solairedirect (France)
Pr. Simon Fafard, Professor at the University of Sherbrooke and President of Azastra Opto Inc (Canada)
The objective of the conference is to give a vision, at the world level, of the latest scientific and technical advances regarding new generations of solar cells.
For the last edition in 2016, presentations of very high level covered the various types of PV, in a homogeneous and effective way. The participants were very satisfied with participating in this conference. This recognition at the international level is a real boost for the 2017 edition.
Some comments on PVTC 2016:
“Thank you very much for your hospitality. I enjoyed the conference immensely, and learned many new things” - Professeur Eli YABLONOVITCH (Berkeley, USA)
“The program was thematically very well structured and the talks of the keynote speakers very interesting” – Katharina EYLERS (Leibniz Institute for Crystal Growth, Germany)
For further information about the 2016 edition of the PVTC conference, we invite you to download the press release by clicking here.