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Posted: Apr 20, 2011
Dates announced for 5th Annual Organic Photovoltaics Conference
(Nanowerk News) The 5th annual Organic Photovoltaics 2011 conference is scheduled for September 20-21, 2011 at the University of Pennsylvania: Houston Hall, Perelman Quadrangle in Philadelphia, PA.
Once again, this year's program will bring together important players, key innovators and decision makers from the technical and business sides of the PV, OPV and organic and printed electronics industries to discuss the organic photovoltaic (OPV) market, market drivers, policy developments and future directions.
"In the year and a half since we've had this event, organic photovoltaic technologies and products are have come a long way and are nearing emergence in the commercial marketplace," said Christopher Smith, senior conference producer at IntertechPira. "Organic Photovoltaics 2011 will be an excellent networking opportunity for academics, scientists, investors and businesspeople to discuss the advances in materials and technologies and the mechanics of how to bring products to market."
Organic Photovoltaics 2011 will bring together industry experts, researchers and investors to address the opportunities and most critical challenges for the commercialization of OPV technologies. The conference will feature approximately 18 expert presentations assessing OPV market trends, technical development and application related advances through presentations, question-and-answer sessions and panel discussions. Throughout the conference, there will be a number of hosted luncheons, breaks and receptions, which will be held in and around the exhibit area located outside the main conference room. Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities will be available.
Speaker recruitment is now underway. To submit a topic for consideration, or to request more details, please contact senio conference producer Christopher Smith at Christopher(dot)smith(at)pira-international(dot)com or+1 207 781 9635.
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