IWTPV 2012 : 6th INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON TEACHING IN PHOTOVOLTAICS
Call For Papers
The 6th International Workshop on Teaching Photovoltaics (IWTPV'12) provides forum for technical discussion in the field of photovoltaic, especially problems connected with education in this field.
AREAS OF INTEREST
Pedagogical aspects (methodology, course curricula, orientation, laboratory practicum) in areas
* photovoltaic cells and modules (materials, physics, modelling technology, diagnostics)
* photovoltaic systems
* advanced applications, reliability and diagnostics
A round table discussion oriented on topical problems of research and education in the field of photovoltaics will be organised in the framework of the Workshop. Presented papers will be published in the proceedings, which will be distributed at the Workshop registration
The working language on the Workshop is English. It will be used in the printed material, presentations and discussion.
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME COMMITTEE:
Prof. Vitezslav Benda, Czech Technical University in Prague (chairman)
Prof. Luis Castañar, Universidad Politécnica e Cataluña, Barcelona
Prof. Socrates Kaplanis, Technological Educational Inst. of Patra
Dr. Tom Markvart, University of Southampton
Prof. Jean-Michel Nunzi, Lab. POMA, Anger
Dr. Jatindra Kumar Rath, Utrecht University
Dr. Stanislaw M. Pietruszko, Warsaw University of Technology
Prof. Mitko Stojev, University of Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria
Dr. Veronika Timar-Horvath, Budapest University of Technology
LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
Prof. Vitezslav Benda, FIET (Chairman)
Martin Molhanec, MSc. PhD.
Zdeněk Macháček, MSc.
A summary of about 300 words is required for review. It should be upload to submission site: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iwtpv2012 in an electronic form – (.doc and .pdf are acceptable) before 12 February, 2012.
Full Paper: 29.2.2012
Prof. Vitezslav Benda
FEE CTU Prague, Department of Electrotechnology
Technicka 2, 166 27 Praha 6
tel. +420 2 24352163,+420 2 2435 2123
fax. +420 2 2435 3949
The registration fee of approximately 100 EUR will cover the cost of the workshop, documentation, proceedings, refreshments and social program.
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