Enlitech was invited to participate in 2014 "Hybrid Electronic & Photonic Materials and Phenomena" Gordon Research Conference.
We were honored to be invited by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology to participate in Gordon Research Conference on “Hybrid Electronic and Photonic Materials and Phenomena”, meeting with a group of world-leading scientists to discuss the interplay between organic and inorganic materials. It is worth mentioning that the chairman was Prof. Michael Graetzel who co-invented dye-sensitized solar cell.
Group photo from Gordon Research Conference
Gordon Research Conferences (GRC), a non-profit organization managed by and for the benefit of the scientific community. The Gordon Research Conferences have been held since 1931, providing an international forum for the discussion of frontier research in the biological, chemical, and physical sciences, and their related technologies. The GRC meetings have been recognized as the world's premier scientific conferences. GRC is organizing nearly 600 Conferences and Seminars in 2014 and 2015, meetings will be held in New England, California and Texas in the United States, and internationally in Italy, Spain and Hong Kong, China. And the meeting “Hybrid Electronic and Photonic Materials and Phenomena” we participated in from 22nd - 27th June 2014 was held in the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Prof. Michael Grätzel is a professor at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne where he directs the Laboratory of Photonics and Interfaces. He pioneered research on energy and electron transfer reactions in mesoscopic-materials and their optoelectronic applications. He discovered a new type of solar cell based on dye sensitized mesoscopic oxide particles and pioneered the use of nanomaterials in lithium ion batteries. He has been an author of over 900 publications, two books and inventor or co-inventor of over 50 patents. His work has been cited over 88’000 times (h-index 138) making him one of the 10 most highly cited chemists in the world. His most recent awards include the 2012 Albert Einstein World Award of Science, 2011 Gutenberg Research Award, 2011 Paul Karrer Gold Medal and the 2010 Millennium Technology Grand Prize.
This meeting attracted a group of world-leading scientists in several areas such as dye-sensitized solar cells and organic/inorganic interfacial phenomena, as well as emerging areas and new phenomena such as graphene-based hybrid devices and organic/inorganic luminescence in bio-imaging. And our new product QE-mini Perovskite/DSSC Solar Cell Quantum Efficiency Measurement System
is a testing tool for universities and research institutions to measure QE/SR/IPCE of solar cells, especially for Dye-sensitized solar cell (DSSC) which was originally co-invented by Prof. Michael Grätzel. We will continue to actively take part in the international conferences in order to keep abreast of the latest research trend in solar energy field. Furthermore, Enlitech will be always dedicated to providing laboratory instrument with good cost performance to bring tangible benefits to customers.