We would like to welcome all UK and International researchers to our Oxford Symposium in Silicon Solar Cell Technology.
This Oxford symposium aims to bring together researchers from UNSW, Australia, and institutions in Europe, researching and developing technology for improved silicon solar cells. It promotes an informal exchange of technical and scientific information between international researchers in the field of Silicon Photovoltaics, through a combination of oral presentations and open discussions. Through this exchange the delegates aim to expand their knowledge of silicon photovoltaic technology, discuss the different technological challenges for future silicon cells, and propose solutions through the development of future research projects.
This symposium is jointly supported by the Oxford Materials Department, the School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering, UNSW, and Wolfson College Oxford. Information on the symposium is included below.
Registration for this event is now closed.
Travel to Oxford
For information about how to get to Oxford please visit Wolfson College's website, or the Department of Materials website.
The conference venue is located on Linton Road, Oxford OX2 6UD, United Kingdom.
Accommodation in Oxford
The organisers will not be arranging accommodation for attendees to this conference. All attendees must arrange their own accommodation. However, here are some recommended websites to find accommodation in Oxford:
Oxford Visitor's Information Site
Oxford Bed and Breakfast
The final program can be downloaded here.
This symposium is jointly funded by UNSW and Wolfson College Oxford, and there is therefore no registration fee. However, we aim to provide catering during the two days of the symposium, and for this we may charge a small fee. Depending on the number of attendees, a nominal catering fee between 30-80£ will be asked from each delegate, which will be used to provide warm lunch, and two coffee breaks. This fee will be payed directly to the Materials Department, and invoices can be provided.
Organised by, Ruy Sebastian Bonilla and David Tweddle, University of Oxford.