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1st Solcore Development Bootcamp

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09:00 20 Sep 2018 – 17:00 21 Sep 2018
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Imperial College London, London, Greater London, United Kingdom, SW7 2AZ

The 1st Solcore Development Bootcamp will take place at Imperial College London the next 20th-21st of September, with the goal of improving, expanding and using this multi-scale, Python-based library for modeling solar cells and semiconductor materials. The event will bring together experts in modelling of solar cells and semiconductor materials with the single purpose of making Solcore a better tool, free and open source.

Don't just use it: be part of it! 

Contribute to its creation and development and make sure that this new modeling framework fulfills all your needs and those of your research group. The specific goals of the Bootcamp will be:

  • Improve existing capabilities, including:
  • Implementation of physical and mathematical models
  • Documentation
  • Examples
  • Create new built-in functionality
  • Interface Solcore with third-party tools
  • Expand the pool of Solcore users and their experience

The Bootcamp is not a training school. Attendees are expected to have already some familiarity with Solcore by the time of the event in order to make the most of it. During the event, the attendees will be divided in different groups depending on their topic of interest (eg. quantum models for nanostructures, transport models, etc.), so they can share information, discuss the implementation of their ideas and combine their expertise. A mailing list involving all the registered attendees will be created and used as a discussion point during the summer to organise those groups and main areas of interest, and to bring everyone up to speed using Solcore.

Organised by: COST Action Multiscale Solar

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09:00 20 Sep 2018 – 17:00 21 Sep 2018
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