Recently ITMO University in St. Petersburg opened a new laboratory where students and researchers will work on photovoltaics and organic electronics.
ITMO’s new Organic Electronics and Photovoltaics Laboratory is the result of collaboration of different industrial companies and Russian universities. Solliance and Holst Centre together with their Dutch university partners worked together with Rusnano, Solartek and Ten Flecs, partners in Solliance and Holst Centre Shared Research Programs, to define and install a new shared research lab facility for Organic Electronics and Photovoltaics at the ITMO University in Sint-Petersburg.
The laboratory’s main goal is to conduct R&D in the field of organic electronics and photovoltaic materials and devices.
CEO of Solartek Dmitry Yakovlev took part in the opening ceremony as well as Dr. Ronn Andriessen, Program Director at Solliance Solar Research.