Webinar: Spatial Atomic Layer Deposition for Energy Applications
Thin-film photovoltaics and batteries
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In this second webinar you learn how Spatial ALD can be used in applications related to energy generation and storage. We will show how Spatial ALD can be used for interface engineering and depositing electrodes and solid electrolytes for Li-ion batteries, enabling safer and faster charging batteries. Spatial ALD is also used in thin-film photovoltaics. We will show how Spatial ALD transport-, buffer- and encapsulation layers can be used to improve performance and lifetime of perovskite, CIGS and tandem solar cells. Join the webinar, discover the potential of Spatial ALD for energy storage and generation, and find out what Spatial ALD can do for your applications.
Sjoerd Veenstra received his PhD from the University of Groningen. Sjoerd stayed at UCSB (intern) and Cornell University (visiting scientist). He started as a researcher working on organic solar cells at the Energy research Center of the Netherlands (ECN). In 2011 he moved to Eindhoven (NL) to join the thin film PV activities of Solliance and started working on perovskite solar cells in 2014. Since 2018 he works for TNO and leads the perovskite solar cell team. As of 2019 he is program manager perovskite solar cells of Solliance.
Dr. Sandeep Unnikrishnan is a Program manager of the R&D program on High Performance batteries at TNO-Holst Centre. He has an engineering background on manufacturing technology, and later did his PhD on thin-film fuel cells. He has more than 17 years of experience in technology development for thin-film based devices, including thin-film organic electronics, fuel cells and batteries.