Hybrid flexible interface for energy purposes

About project Results Objectives Impact project

¤ Impact project

Finding a solution in the design and fabrication of the novel GQDs/nanoSi assembly, working as hybrid and flexible architecture for photovoltaic devices will have an impact not only from scientific point of view, but also from applicative point of view. As pointed out in the first part of proposal, any success in the development of the hybrid GQDs/nanoSi architectures for light energy conversion comes as a major economic/commercial impact.

Additionally, the first expected impact of the implementation of this research proposal is the achievement of new scientific knowledge, the primary means of their dissemination is expected to be via publication in peer-reviewed journals and reports at scientific conferences. Moreover, 2 PhD students, 1 Master student as well as 2 Established Researchers (2 post-doc researchers) will participate in the project team and will benefit from high level training, therefore increasing the scientific competitiveness is a direct result of the project will also contribute to the expected impact of this proposal.

A comprehensive dissemination of the scientific results acquired during the development of the project is envisaged through: oral communications to minimum 4 international and national conferences/congresses, contribution to PhD/Master thesis chapters, intellectual property rights protection (1 patent and minimum 3 ISI high impacted research papers, IF ≥ 3.0). The web page of the project will have an important role in the dissemination of the results achieved.

Among renewable energy sources, PV is also bringing social benefits (green certificates), besides economic improvement aspects. Targeted policies for PV research and implementation may also foster another societal awareness, i.e. job places.


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National Institute for Reseatch and Development in Microtechnologies- IMT Bucharest


¤ Project financed by:

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Project financed by Programme Human Resources, Young Research Team PN-II-RU-TE-2014-4.
Contract No. 50/1.10.2015

National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechnologies- IMT Bucharest
Project manager: Dr. Antonio Marian Radoi (short CV)
E-mail: antonio[dot]radoi[at]imt[dot]ro
Phone:  +40-21-269.07.70; +40-21-269.07.74;
Fax: +40-21-269.07.72; +40-21-269.07.76;
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