Feedback from INREP session at TCO 2017
The INREP partners addressed the following topics:
Towards more sustainable TCO layers: environmental effects of replacement of ITO by alternative materials by Magda Barecka, Faculty of Process and Environmental Engineering, Lodz University of Technology.
Optical properties of amorphous Zn-Sn-Tioxides: A combined molecular dynamics and density functional theory study by Daniel Fritsch, Department of Chemistry, University of Bath.
Atomic layer deposition of MoOx and Al-doped ZnO for Si heterojunction solar cells Janne-Petteri Niemelä, Department of Applied Physics, Eindhoven University of Technology.
Indium-free Transparent Ohmic Contacts to N-polar n-type GaN by Margaret Hopkins, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Bath.
Magda Barecka presenting during the INREP session.
Daniel Fritsch presenting during the INREP session.
Janne-Petteri Niemela presenting during the INREP session.
Margaret Hopkins presenting during the INREP session.
The primary aim of this event was to offer the presenters a forum to engage with external audience, encourage open exchange of information with fellow delegates and present the latest advancements of the project.
The INREP session was organised together with the other EU-funded project INFINITY.