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Multifunctional Materials for Emerging Technologies
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Update time: 2018-04-10
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Speaker:Prof.F. Rosei,Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Varennes (QC), Canada

Time: Tuesday,10:00 a.m.,12th April
Place:A718,SINANO

Abstract:

As the age of fossil fuels is coming to an end, now more than ever there is the need for more efficient and sustainable renewable energy technologies. This presentation will give an overview on recent developments in solar technologies that aim to address the energy challenge. In particular, nanostructured materials synthesized via the bottom–up approach present an opportunity for future generation low cost manufacturing of devices [1]. We demonstrate various multifunctional materials, namely materials that exhibit more than one functionality, and structure/property relationships in such systems, including new strategies for the synthesis of multifunctional nanoscale materials to be used for applications in photovoltaics, solar hydrogen production, luminescent solar concentrators and other emerging optoelectronic technologies. [2-31].

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