Program MIW2021

Sunday, November 14, 2021
19:00 - 21:00Reception at M Hotel, Genk
Monday, November 15, 2021
09:00 - 09:15Welcome (Mayor of Genk)
09:15 - 09:30Opening (MIW2021 organizers)
09:30 - 10:45Session I: Understanding of screenprinted contacts
session chair 1: Thomas Buck (ISC Konstanz)
session chair 2: Maximilian Pospischil (HighLite Technologies)
Eve KrassowskiCE Cell Engineering GmbHInvestigation of impact of cell properties on LECO effectiveness using off-spec PERC cells of different manufacturers on MK4 platform
Mengmeng DengEPFLUnderstanding and insight of paste formulation and curing behavior with sub-100-nanometer Ag-Cu core-shell nanoparticles
Pradeep PadhamnathSERISModeling of contact resistivity of fire-through Ag-Al contacts to boron doped poly-Si
10:45 - 11:15Coffee break
11:15 - 12:45Session II: Shingling interconnection
session chair 1: Samuel Harrisson (CEA INES)
session chair 2: Marco Galliazzo (AMAT)
Marc EstrugaHenkelAcrylate-, Epoxy- and Silicone-based electrically conductive adhesives as interconnection material in shingled module technology
Daniel von KutzlebenF-ISEProgress in shingle interconnection based on electrically conductive adhesives at Fraunhofer ISE
María Ignacia DevotoISCContact resistivity of ECA-based joints: How to extrapolate it?
Margit LangPCCLFEM simulation of deformations and stresses in strings of shingled solar cells under mechanical and thermal loading
12:45 - 14:00Lunch break
14:00 - 15:30Energyville tour 1 (max. 60 persons) or Networking
15:30 - 17:15Session III: Advanced printing techniques
session chair 1: Jan Lossen (ISC Konstanz)
session chair 2: Thibaud Hatt (Fraunhofer ISE)
Marco GaliazzoAMATEvaluation of different approaches for HJT cells metallization based on low temperature pastes
Karim Abdel AalKITEffect of the addition of a slip agent to the bulk phase on the transfer properties of solar cell front site metallization pastes
Antonin FaesCSEMInk-jet printing of silicon heterojunction: from cell power to module reliability
Andreas LorenzF-ISEProgress with Rotary Screen Printed Fine Line Metallization for Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells
Maximilian PospischilHighLine TechnologyFully automated intermittent parallel dispensing
17:15 - 18:30Market Place Discussions & Transfer
From 18:30Aperitif & Dinner
Tuesday, November 16, 2021
09:00 - 09:30Wrap - Up Market Place Discussions
09:30 - 11:00Session IV: Cu plated contacts
session chair 1: Loic Tous (imec)
session chair 2: Antonin Faes (CSEM)
Bertrand Paviet-SalomonCSEMReinforcement of screen-printed copper paste by electrodeposited copper for metallization of heterojunction solar cells
Thibaud HattF-ISECopper electroplating for SHJ solar cells - Adequate contact by electrolyte tuning
Can HanTU DelftControllable simultaneous bifacial Cu-plating for high efficiency crystalline silicon solar cell
Thibaud HattF-ISE23.6 % Efficient Bifacial i-TOPCon Silicon Solar Cells with < 20 mu Wide Ni/Cu/Ag-Plated Contact Fingers
11:00 - 11:30Coffee break
11:30 - 12:45Session V: Multi-BB interconnection
session chair 1: Guy Beaucarne (Dow)
session chair 2: Andreas Schneider (ISC Konstanz)
Veronika NikitinaF-ISEHigh Speed Characterization of Electrically Conductive Adhesives for Industrial SHJ Solar Cell Ribbon Interconnection
Vincent BarthCEA-INESInnovative industrial strategy based on Electrically Conductive Adhesive for HJT solar cells
Li Carlos RendlerF-ISEWave shaped wires for the interconnection of silicon solar cells without busbars or contact pads
12:45 - 14:15Lunch break
14:15 - 15:45Session VI: Metallization of advanced cell concepts
session chair 1: Ansgar Mette (Q-Cells)
session chair 2: Thorsten Dullweber (ISFH)
Andreas NägeleF-ISEFOILMET©-CONNECT: Upgrading Adhesion by Employment of LMB
Dominik RudolphISCScreen printable, non-fire-through copper paste applied as busbar metallization for back contact solar cells
Juan Diaz LeonCSEMSputtered polySi(n) passivating contacts compatible with direct metallization
Martin BivourF-ISEChallenges and Perspectives for the TCO and Metal Electrodes in Perovskite-Silicon Tandem Solar Cells: Performance and Scalability
15:45 - 16:00Closing and Goodbye
16:00 - 17:30Energyville tour 2 (max. 60 persons) or Networking