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Wednesday, 24 July, 2013

Nanosystems for Solar Energy Conversion

Symposium: Munich, July 24-26, 2013

The development of sustainable energy sources is one of the grand challenges of this century. In this compact symposium we will explore how novel nanostructures can help to convert solar energy into electricity or solar fuels. The symposium will bring together leading scientists and young researchers and is intended to provide opportunities for future collaboration and possible common projects.

This symposium is jointly organized by the Munich Cluster of Excellence „Nanosystems Initiative Munich“ (NIM), and by the Bavarian research network "Solar Technologies Go Hybrid" (SolTech). NIM brings together research groups in the Munich area covering the fields of physics, biophysics, physical chemistry, biochemistry, biology, electrical engineering, and medicine. SolTech is funded by the Free State of Bavaria at five different Bavarian Universities to explore innovative concepts for converting solar energy into electricity and non-fossil fuels. 


Confirmed Invited Speakers:

  • Udo Bach, University of Melbourne
  • Wolfgang Brütting, University of Augsburg
  • James Durrant, Imperial College
  • Vladimir Dyakonov, University of Würzburg
  • Neil Greenham, University of Cambridge
  • Dirk Guldi, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • Saif Haque, Imperial College
  • Illan Kramer, University of Toronto
  • Frederic Laquai, MPI Mainz
  • Peter Müller-Buschbaum, TU München
  • Jenny Nelson, Imperial College
  • Thuc-Quyen Nguyen, UC Santa Barbara
  • Andrey Rogach, City University of Hongkong
  • Lukas Schmidt-Mende, University of Konstanz


Registration and Abstracts

Registration is free of charge. Please register and submit abstracts for oral or poster contributions to nanoenergy@cup.lmu.de before June 21, 2013.

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