Entering into the third year of the DISC project, the STC meeting after 24 months of the project was held at Fraunhofer ISE in Freiburg, Germany on Oct 15-16 2018. The development-phase work packages are finalizing their solutions and making them ready to work together in the integration phase. Simultaneously, in the integration phase the first common cell prototype was developed.
Dissemination activities in the last 6 months include 4 published papers in scientific journals and 15 participations in 4 international conferences.
The biggest photovoltaic conference, EU PVSEC 2018, will be held next week (24-28 September) in The Square – Brussels Meeting Centre, Brussels, Belgium. The DISC project will be present at the event with:
See you in Brussels.
The DISC project will be presented in a Parallel event "Horizon 2020 projects: Backing the European PV industry" at the EU PVSEC 2018. The parallel event will take place in the afternoon on Thursday, September 27. The sister projects Ampere and NextBase will also be presented.
The agenda is available for download.
The second DISC Newsletter and press release in the middle of the project's duration are available for download.
The DISC project will be present at the 7th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion (WCPEC-7) on the Big Island of Hawaii!
There will be 4 oral presentations by the DISC consortium:
See you. Aloha!
STC meeting after 18 months since the project’s start took place at CEA Ines in Chambery on Apr 11-12 2018. Significant scientific progress was made in the core work packages during the third reporting period, enabling the project to enter the integration phase in the next reporting period. Recent progress resulted in several highlights. The results were published in 4 journal papers and presented at three international conferences with 20 contributions.
The DISC project took an opportunity to present the current results at the Silicon PV 2018 conference in Lausanne, Switzerland. The DISC project was presented in the "EU project special presentation", comprising the H2020 sister-projects Ampere, DISC and Nextbase.
There were additional 9 scientific contributions:
The detailed list is available under publications.