The NSERC CREATE TOP-SET 2018 Summer School took place May 29-31, 2018 at the University of Ottawa, SITE building, 800 King Edward Avenue.


Le 29 mai 2018 – May 29, 2018

9:00-9:15         Mot de bienvenue – Welcome comments:  Karin Hinzer, Université d’Ottawa 
9:15-10:15       Status and trends of solar photovoltaics in Canada 2018:  Yves Poissant, Natural Resources Canada
10:45-11:15     Virtual substrate engineering with nanoporous semiconductors and graphene-based nanocomposites for solar cells applications:  Abderraouf Boucherif, Université de Sherbrooke
13:15-14:15     What are NSERC CREATE TOP-SET professors up to?
14:15-15:15     The quest for 50% conversion efficiency with six-junction concentrator solar cells:  Kevin Schulte, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
15:45-16:00     Guest presentation on intellectual property:  Mike Walker, Innovation Support Services, University of Ottawa
16:00-17:00     Tutorial: Recent developments in the solar field:  Rafael Kleiman, McMaster University
17:30                Social event:  registration is mandatory, details HERE.

Le 30 mai 2018 – May 30, 2018

11:00-12:00     Concentrated photovoltaics – From concept to field: Stefan Myrskog, Morgan Solar
13:00-13:30     AI-enabled connectivity for internet of solar energy: Melike Erol-Kantarci, University of Ottawa
13:30-15:00     Discussion sur l’entrepreneurship – Entrepreneurship panel: Hanan Anis (moderator), University of Ottawa; Simon Fafard, Université de Sherbrooke; Richard Beal, Spectrafy; Suzanne Grant, iBIONICS
15:30-16:30     Multi-junction solar cells:  Approaching the fundamental efficiency limit: Matthew Lumb, George Washington University & U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
16:30-17:30     Topics in photovoltaic innovation and industry growth opportunities: Joan Haysom, J.L. Richards and University of Ottawa

Le 31 mai 2018 – May 31, 2018

9:00-10:30       Présentations orales étudiantes – Student oral presentations
11:00-12:00     Modeling III-V semiconductor solar cells: Alexandre Walker, National Research Council of Canada
12:00-12:30     Photonic power converters for boost-mode DC-DC conversion: Matthew Wilkins, University of Ottawa
13:30-14:30     Présentations d’affiches – Poster presentations (SITE Atrium)
14:45-15:00     Remise de prix et mot de la fin – Awards presentations and closing comments: Karin Hinzer, Université d’Ottawa


Registration is mandatory.

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