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The 18th GREEN Symposium

Recent progress in the perovskite solar cell research

GREEN has started under the environmental technology development program utilizing nanotechnology program. Now it serves as a core institute for the integrated materials research where cutting-edge researches are conducted focusing on the technology integration as well as the close collaboration between simulations, measurements and syntheses.

The purpose of this symposium is to discuss the next generation solar cells that will play crucial role in the future sustainable society, focusing on the perovskite type solar cells, through the invited lectures as well as the lectures introducing the GREEN activities.

Progress reports by the guest researchers of the GREEN Open Laboratory, which is one of the very important projects of GREEN, are presented as before, as well as the GREEN Prize is granted at this symposium.

Symposium Information

Date and Time: June 29 (Fri), 2018  9:30-17:30
Venue: Auditorium, NanoGREEN/WPI-MANA Bldg., 1F, Namiki Site, NIMS
Language: Japanese (presentation materials: English)

Reception Party: June 29 (Fri), 2018 17:30-18:30 (Fee:JPY3,000)


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Please come to the reception desk on site directly.


09:30-09:35Opening AddressKazuhiro HonoExecutive Vice President of NIMS
09:35-09:40GreetingYasushi SaitoDirector, Materials Science and Nanotechnology Development Division, Research Promotion Bureau, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)
09:40-09:45GreetingMasashi FurukawaManager, Department of Research Project, Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST)/ Program Officer of GREEN
09:45-09:55Introduction to GREENKohei UosakiDirector-General of GREEN
09:55-10:35Improved stability of perovskite solar cells by the study on the degradation mechanism and interface engineeringYasuhiro ShiraiGREEN Leader, Ad hod team on Perovskite PV Cells, GREEN, NIMS
10:35-10:55Coffee break
10:55-11:35Issues and Activities for Practical Use of Perovskite Solar Cells.Akio MatsushitaStaff Researcher, Technology Innovation Division, Panasonic Corporation
11:35-13:25Poster Presentation
13:25-13:40GREEN Prize Ceremony
13:40-14:20Study of carrier separation in perovskite solar cells by operando profiling of electrical potentialNobuyuki IshidaGREEN Leader, Nano Interface Characterization Group, GREEN, NIMS
14:20-15:00Metal halide perovskites for photonic applicationsTakashi KondoProfessor, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST), The University of Tokyo
15:00-15:20Coffee break
15:20-16:00Ultrafast Charge Transfer Dynamics from Lead Halide Perovskite Studied by Differential Transient Transmission SpectroscopyKunie IshiokaPrincipal Researcher, Research Center for Advanced Measurement and Characterization, NIMS
16:00-16:40Development of Flexible and Durable Perovskite Solar Cells Using Nanocarbon MaterialsYutaka MatsuoProject Professor, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo/
Professor, University Science and Technology of China
16:40-16:45Closing RemarksKenjiro MiyanoDeputy Director-General of GREEN
16:45-17:30Poster Session
17:30-18:30Reception Party
Poster Session

* Programs are subject to change without notice.


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