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Doris Lu speaks at UNSW SPREE
30 July 2014

Doris Lu (UNSW SPREE)

Location and time: Friday 15th August, 12:00 in TETB LG03

TITLE: Application of Anodic Aluminium Oxides

Application of Anodic Aluminium Oxides for Silicon Solar Cell Passivation and Metallisation

Danny Kennedy speaks at UNSW SPREE
24 July 2014

Danny Kennedy (Sungevity)

Location and time: Wednesday 30th July, 12:00 in TETB LG03

TITLE: The Rooftop Revolution

An Update on the Rooftop Revolution

Richard Corkish(L), Hugo Llorens(M) and Congressman Rochrabacher(R)
4 July 2014

US Congressman Dana Rohrabacher and US Consul General Hugo Llorens visit the UNSW SPREE Labs.

Professor Martin Green at UNSW
21 June 2014

United States President Barack Obama has outlined plans to enhance collaboration between Australian and US photovoltaics researchers following bilateral meetings with Prime Minister Tony Abbott last week.

Fiacre Rougieux speaks at UNSW SPREE
20 June 2014

Dr Fiacre Rougieux (ANU)

Location and time: Thursday 24th July, 13:00 in TETB LG03

TITLE: Materials related challenges en route to very high efficiency n-type silicon solar cells

ABSTRACT:

Prof Martin Green - UNSW
20 June 2014

Professor Martin Green - UNSW

Location and time: Thursday 10th July, 13:00 in TETB LG03

TITLE: The Emergence of Perovskite Solar Cells

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Prof Elsa Reichmanis of Georgia Tech
20 June 2014

Prof Elsa Reichmanis – Georgia Tech

Location and time: Friday 27th June, 12:00 in TETB LG05

TITLE: Polymeric Semiconductors – Molecular Ordering, Charge Transport and Macroscale Mobility

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6 November 2013

Above: Dr Wang (L) and Dr Zhao (R)

Alumni Dr Aihua Wang - Vice President and General Manager, Research & Development, China Sunergy has received the Australia China Alumni / IELTS Award  for Research and Innovation.

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1 November 2013

Some people find their vocation early in life and Sir William Tyree, engineer, visionary and philanthropist, was one of them.

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25 October 2013

Solar engineers from UNSW are partnering with a consortium of top US universities on next-generation silicon solar cells with targeted efficiencies of 29%.

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