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ICPC-NanoNet organises a free webinar on Nanotechnology for PhotoVoltaics, 16 April 2010, 12.45-14.45 GMT.
The ICPC-NanoNet project stimulates global networking in nanoscience and nanotechnology. This online workshop on Nanotechnology and PhotoVoltaics enables nanoscientists working in this field to meet and find out about each others expertise, infrastructure and research interests.
The invited speakers include a representative of the European Technology Platform on Photovoltaics (www.eupvplatform.org/), Prof Dr Wim Sinke and a senior expert in nanotechnology for photovoltaics Prof Dr Lucimara S. Roman from Brazil to stimulate intercontinental cooperation between Europe and emerging economies and developing countries. The prospective audience consists of nanoscientists specialising in photovoltaics from Europe and International Cooperation Partner Countries to the EU (emerging economies and developing countries). Participation is free for registered users of the ICPC-NanoNet website (sign up free of charge).
More information: www.icpc-nanonet.org
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