Mr. Stefan Wendlandt
PI Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Stefan Wendlandt, received his first degree 2005. In addition to the theoretical content of his bachelor's degree, he developed his interest in scientific practice at the 2004 summer school at the Helmholtz Zentrum für Materialien und Energie (HZB) in Berlin, where he investigated the long-term stability of encapsulated CuInS2 laboratory solar modules. He completed his bachelor's thesis at the F-ISEin Freiburg, where he studied both optoelectronic measurement techniques and the optical evaluation of Fresnel lenses for application in concentrator photovoltaics. Mr. Wendlandt researched his master's thesis at the Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology at Loughborough University in Great Britain, developing an
innovative solar simulator design whilst working on the area of optical simulation. After successful completion of his master's degree, renewable energy systems in 2008, Stefan Wendlandt assumed a research position at the PI-Berlin, where he is currently engaged in the analysis of pv modules.