The second international colloquium in the framework of the Russian–Japanese project on designing next-generation hybrid nanostructures

September 8 to 10, a colloquium on the Principles of the Selection of Components for Hybrid Graphene–Quantum Dot 2D Structures was held in NRNU MEPhI. The event was otganized in the framework of the joint Russian–Japanese project on Hybrid Graphene–Quantum Dot 2D Structures with Controlled Optical and Photoelectrical Properties and Their Photovoltaic Applications.

The Laboratory of Nano-Bioengineering (LNBE) of NRNU MEPhI, in collaboration with the International Research and Education Center for Physics of Nanostructures of ITMO University and Department of Chemical Science and Technology of Hosei University, Japan, are developing a nanostructured hybrid material with controlled optical and photoelectric properties to be used in solar cells. A prototype next-generation solar cell will be the outcome of the project, carried out under the Federal Target Program "Research and Developments in Priority Fields of the Science and Technology Complex of Russia for 2014–2020" (Agreement no. 14.584.21.0032 of November 22, 2017, project RFMEFI58417X0032).

The following plenary lectures were given at the colloquium:

- Professor Igor Nabiev, PhD, DSc (LNBE, NRNU MEPhI, Russia, and Reims University Champagne-Ardenne, France): Key Parameters for Highly Effective Generation of Charge Carriers in Hybrid Solar Cells.

- Professor Kazuyuki Takai (Department of Chemical Science and Technology, Hosei University, Tokyo, Japan): Layer-Number Dependence of NCCDW–ICCDW Phase Transition in TaS2.

- Professor Alexander Baranov, PhD, DSc (ITMO University, Russia): Hybrid Nanostructures Graphene–Quantum Dots with Controlled Optical and Photoelectric Properties for Solar Cell.

- Professor Kazuyuki Takai (Department of Chemical Science and Technology, Hosei University, Tokyo, Japan): Dimensional Crossover on the CDW Phase Transitions and the Lattice Dynamics.

- Pavel Samokhvalov, PhD, (head of the Nanochemistry Group, LNBE, NRNU MEPhI, Russia): Photoluminescent Quantum Dots: Basic Principles and Colloidal Synthesis of QDs for Photovoltaic and Optoelectronic Applications.

Contact:

Professor Igor Nabiev, PhD, DSc, Principal Investigator of the project on Hybrid Graphene–Quantum Dot 2D Structures with Controlled Optical and Photoelectrical Properties and Their Photovoltaic Applications (Agreement no. 14.584.21.0032 of November 22, 2017, project RFMEFI58417X0032).

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