Registration Open for IEEE PV Conference

Author:Solar Norus Today     Source:Solar Norus Today     Click:735     Publish time:2013/1/18 10:05:18

Registration is now open for the 39th Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (PVSC), a technical gathering for PV scientists, engineers and stakeholders. The 2013 event will take place 16-21 June in Tampa, Florida (US).

The program committee is now welcoming technical abstract submissions for presentation at the event. Abstracts of particularly strong merit will also be considered for inclusion in the peer-reviewed IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics. All prospective authors must complete and submit their abstracts no later than 4 February.

The nomination period is also underway for the William R. Cherry Award, presented annually to an individual for his or her career contributions to advancing photovoltaics. Nominations for the Cherry Award close on 31 January.

In 2012, the Cherry Committee honored Dr. Sarah Kurtz, a principal scientist and group manager with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) for her work with multi-junction solar cells and promoting PV systems reliability.

Early bird registration for the 39th IEEE PVSC closes on 30 April.

The conference’s technical program features 11 key areas:

·Fundamentals and New Concepts for Future Technologies

·Chalcogenide Thin Film Solar Cells and Related Materials

·III-V and Concentrator Technologies

·Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaics

·Thin Film Silicon-Based PV Technologies

·Organic Photovoltaics

·Space Technologies

·Characterization Methods

·PV Modules and Terrestrial Systems

·Reliability of PV

·PV Velocity Forum

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