on March 5, 2024
Published on January 11, 2024 Updated on May 6, 2024

Guest Lecture: Koteshwar Devulapally


Organic materials for photovoltaic applications

Koteshwar Devulapally received his Ph.D. (2021) from CSIR-CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT) in Hyderabad, India. He is currently Marie Skolodowska/EUTOPIA-SIF postdoctoral fellow at CY Cergy Paris University, hosted by the laboratory LPPI.

The lecture will introduce a basic concept of different types of energy sources and how it’s using the human beings nowadays technologies. Explain about the different stages of photovoltaic technologies. Organic semiconductors are used in photovoltaic systems to convert sunlight into electrical energy. Recent years have seen a tremendous increase in interest in organic compounds due to their potential in photovoltaic applications. These molecules are perfect for new solar technologies since they have benefits including low cost, light weight, and flexibility. Due to its low-cost manufacturing and ability to produce effective power conversion efficiencies, perovskite solar cells technology is one of the most cutting-edge and intriguing technologies in the world of photovoltaics.

Date: 5 March 2024 from 14:00 to 15:30

The hybrid guest lecture is organised in person at the H008 meeting room of MIR in Neuville-sur-Oise and remotely on Zoom.

To attend the remote guest lecture, please connect to Zoom:  https://cyu-fr.zoom.us/j/98903633227
Meeting ID: 989 0363 3227

The video will be online on the CY AS YouTube channel