SiliconPV 2022 Awards


Congratulations to the SiliconPV 2022 Award Winners!

Like in previous years, the best 10 ranked contributions of SiliconPV 2022 have been awarded. They have been selected in a double blind review process. Congratulations!
 

  • Johannes Greulich, Fraunhofer ISE, Germany:
    "Contactless Measurement of Current-Voltage Characteristics for Silicon Solar Cells"
  • Claudia Buerhop-Lutz, Forschungszentrum J├╝lich GmbH, Germany:
    "Insulation Resistance in Relation to Distribution of Backsheet Types in Strings and Inverters"
  • Can Han, TU Delft, The Netherlands
    "Towards High Efficiency TCO-Less SHJ Solar Cells"
  • Arnaud Walter, CSEM SA, Switzerland:
    "Perovskite/Silicon Tandems: First Realization with Rear Textured p-Type High Temperature Passivating Contacts"
  • Donghao Liu, University of Oxford, UK: 
    "Observations of Hydrogen-Induced Contact Resistance in TOPCon and PERC Solar Cells"
  • Katharina Gensowski, Fraunhofer ISE, Germany:
    "Filament Stretching During Parallel Dispensing - A Way to Reduce Ag Consumption in SHJ Metallization"
  • Roel Theeuwes, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands:
    "Excellent Surface Passivation of Textured n+-doped Silicon by POx/Al2O3 Stacks"
  • Thibaud Hatt, Fraunhofer ISE, Germany:
    "Plated Copper Electrodes for Two-Terminal Perovskite Silicon Tandem Solar Cells"
  • Malte R. Vogt, TU Delft, The Netherlands:
    "Introducing a Comprehensive Physical Modelling Framework for Tandem and Other PV Systems, Which Do Not Exist Yet"
  • Jichun Ye, Ningbo Institute of Materials Technologies and Engineering, China:
    "Industrial High-Efficiency Tunnel Oxide Passivated Contact Solar Cells with Ozone-Gas Oxidation SiOx and Tube PECVD Deposited Polysiliconsummary"


Best Poster Awards

The best poster of SiliconPV have been awarded by experts in the filed. Criteria were: design, scientific quality and overall presentation.
Congratulations to:
 

  • Jonathan Linke, ISC Konstanz, Germany:
    "The Role of Masking Layers During Metallization of Poly-Si/SiOx Contacts"
  • Tobias Okker, University of Konstanz, Germany:
    "Influence of Firing Temperature on APCVD Poly-Si Properties for Fired Passivating Contacts"
  • Daniel Ourinson, Fraunhofer ISE, Germany:
    "Faster Firing Processes up to 20 m/min Belt Velocity"
  • Jana-Isabelle Polzin, Fraunhofer ISE, Germany:
    "Annealing and Firing Stability of in situ Boron-doped poly-Si Passivating Contacts"
  • Philipp Wagner, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany:
    "Surface Passivation in Metallisation Gaps of Interdigitated Back-Contact Silicon Heterojunction (IBC SHJ) Solar Cells"
  • Zhirong Yao, TU Delft, The Netherlands:
    "PECVD Plasma-SiOx/poly-SiOx Passivating Contacts"