Sunday, June 22

Sunday, June 22
12:30 – 17:30 Short Courses
The Program Committee is going to offer to the audience particularly selected Short Courses. These special lectures will highlight basic and advanced know-how and expectations for future developments according to each topic below.
Chairmen: Dr. J. Strümpfel, Dr. M. Liehr
12:30 – 13:15 Switchable Coatings
Andreas Georg, Fraunhofer ISE

  • electrochromic EC materials
  • optical properties of coloured and bleached tungsten oxide (small polarons, delocalized electrons)
  • electrochromic devices: role of second redox couple (battery type, electrochromic devices with redox electrolyte)
  • gasochromic, photoelectrochromic, photochromic and thermochromic devices
  • deposition technologies: sputtering, solgel
  • performance of switchable devices and their potential for energy saving in buildings
13:15 – 14:00 Battery Technology
René Hausbrand, TU Darmstadt
Thin film lithium ion batteries: fundamentals, status and outlook

  • fundamentals of Li-ion batteries
  • applications of thin film batteries
  • device structure and manufacture
  • development status and challenges
14:00 – 14:45 Pre-treatment, handling and cleaning of thin and flexible substrates
Stefan Mogck, Fraunhofer COMEDD
Johannes Strümpfel, VON ARDENNE GmbH

  • glow discharges
  • ion impact on surfaces
  • pre-treatment for R2R processes
  • inspection requirements for thin film devices
  • quality issues and challenges for Roll-to-Roll inspection
  • comparison wet cleaning versus contact roller cleaning
  • web handling issues for different type of substrates
  • outline roll-to-roll winding concepts
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee Break
15:15 – 16:00 Transparent and Flexible Electronics
Neil Morrison, Applied Materials

  • flexible electronics
  • touch panel
  • TFT’s
  • R2R
  • substrate technology
  • ultra high barrier
16:00 – 16:45 Light management in thin-film photovoltaics
Pascal Buskens, TNO / Holst Centre

  • light incoupling
  • antireflective coatings
  • light trapping
  • nanotextured surfaces/interfaces
  • nanoparticles
  • plasmonics
16:45 – 17:30 Metrology and simulation for large area glass coating
Wolfgang Theiss, W. Theiss Hard- und Software
Design and production control of large area glass coatings

  • optimization of glass coating performance using optical models
  • color and thermal properties
  • optical inspection of coating properties, production tolerances
  • reflectance and transmittance measurements using inline and ex-situ probe heads
  • thickness profiles and real time analysis
  • operator feedback
17:30 – 20:00 Welcome Reception
Drinks and snacks will be served.

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