Dear Sir/Madam,

We invite you to our International workshop on nanotechnology in solar and energy storage applications organized by Amrita Center for Nanosciences (Nanosolar Division) to be held in Kochi, Kerala on February 24th 2012. This will be a one-day workshop which will be carried out concurrently with the International Nano-Bio Conference from Feb 21st to Feb 23rd 2012.

This workshop intends to have brainstorming sessions to identify critical thrust areas and take advantage of the added value of nanomaterials in solar cells and storage devices. The plenary address will be given by world-renowned chemist Professor Michael Grätzel (winner of the 2010 Millennium Technology Prize for his invention of Dye sensitized solar cell). Our workshop will be an event that will bring eminent scientist from all over India.

List of speakers for plenary talk in this event:

Dr. Michael Gratzel, Inventor of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells (EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland)
Dr. G. Sundararajan (ARCI, Hyderabad)
Dr. B. Bhargava (MNRE, New Delhi)
Dr. Shantikumar V Nair (ACNS, Kochi)
Dr. A. K. Shukla (IISc, Bangalore)
Dr. D. D. Sarma (IISc, Bangalore)
Dr. Suresh Das (NIIST, Trivandrum)
Dr. Juzer Vasi (IIT, Mumbai)
Dr. Swati Ray (IACS, Calcutta)
Dr. K. P. Vijayakumar (CUSAT, Kochi)

For more details please look into website:

http://www.amrita.edu/nanosolar2012/

Important dates:

Deadline for submission of abstract (limited to 200 words) for technical poster: 15th Nov 2011.

Deadline for registration to the workshop: 30th Nov 2011.

Acceptance of abstract: 15th Dec 2011.

Conference date: 24th Feb 2012.

 

Yours sincerely,

Nanosolar 2012 Team.

 

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Comment by Budi Rpz on September 26, 2011 at 11:49am

can you send me more information please

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