EU PVSEC Programme Online
EU PVSEC 2021, 6 - 10 September 2021

Prof. Dr. Christophe Ballif

EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Christophe Ballif received his Ph.D. degree in physics from EPFL, Switzerland, in 1998. After Stays at NREL, Fraunhofer ISE and EMPA, he became in 2004 Full Professor with the Institute of microengineering, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, directing the Photovoltaics and Thin-Film Electronics Laboratory, now part of EPFL. Since 2013, he has also been the Director of the PV-Center within CSEM, Neuchâtel, an RTO specialized in industrial research and technology transfer. His research interests include materials for PV, high-efficiency c-Si solar cells and multijunction, module technology, BIPV, and Energy systems. He received the Becquerel award in 2016.

.. A Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) and Discoloration Degradation of Lightweight Crystalline Silicon Solar PV Modules
F. Lisco, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland et al.
..0 The Electrifying History of Solar PV Modules – Technological Evolution and Future Perspectives
A. Virtuani, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
5DO.2.1 Quantifying Performance Loss Rates of Photovoltaic Modules Using Ground-Based vs Satellite-Based Meteorological Data
E. Özkalay, SUPSI, Mendrisio, Switzerland
3AO.4.1 Scale Up of Perovskite/Silicon Tandem Devices: Advances in Metallization, Silicon Surface Preparation, and Meniscus Coating for Rapid Fabrication of Large Area Devices
B.A. Kamino, CSEM, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
2AP.1.1 Perfecting Silicon
M. Boccard, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
3AO.4.2 Hybrid PVD/VTD Vapour Deposition Processing for Perovskite Tandem Solar Cell Upscaling
Q. Guesnay, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
7DO.5.2 Do North-Facing BIPV Facades in Europe Make Sense?
A. Virtuani, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
2BO.13.3 Panellist 3
C. Ballif, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
6DO.9.3 Versatile Lightweight Photovoltaic Module Line at CSEM Using High Efficiency Crystalline Silicon Cells, with Customized Module Stacks to Meet Application Oriented Reliability and Aesthetic Targets
S. Prabhudesai, CSEM, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
2DV.3.3 22.8% Si-Solar Cells Using Sputtered polySi(n) Passivating Contacts and Direct Screen-Printing Metallization
J.J. Diaz Leon, CSEM, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
4BO.3.4 The Front and Rear Side Contributions to the Potential Induced Degradation of Bifacial Silicon Heterojunction Solar Modules
O. Arriaga Arruti, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
3AO.4.4 Interface Passivation of Monolithic Perovskite/c-Si Tandem Solar Cells on Textured Wafers
P. Fiala, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
2DV.3.5 Novel Metallisation Strategies of Front-Side Poly-Si(n) Passivating Contact Enabling 22.8% c-Si Solar Cells
F.-J. Haug, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
2BO.15.5 Ink-Jet Printing of Silicon Heterojunction: From Cell Power to Module Reliability
A. Faes, CSEM, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
2DV.3.6 Localisation of Front Side Passivating Contacts for Direct Metallisation of High-Efficiency c-Si Solar Cells
F.-J. Haug, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
6DO.6.6 Long-Term Performance of Building Integrated Photovoltaic Systems and Shade Induced Degradation
A. Fairbrother, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
4AV.1.11 Stability of Inks Used for Masking Metallic Interconnects in BIPV Modules
A. Borja Block, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
4AV.1.20 Accelerated Acid Corrosion Testing of Solar Cells: Test to Failure
A. Fairbrother, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
2DV.3.26 Electrodeposition of Copper on Screen Printed Copper Seed-Grid for Metallization of Silicon Heterojunction Cells
A. Lachowicz, CSEM, Neuchâtel, Switzerland