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Solar Simulation and LEDs: Multi-source Lighting for Advancing Future Technologies

This webinar will discuss the current state of the solar simulation technology market and showcase how modern simulators are pushing the boundaries of quality, flexibility, and reproducibility for top researchers, manufacturers, and quality assurance groups.

By attending this webinar, your audience will learn:

  • The fundamentals of Solar Simulation
  • How Solar Simulators work and how to compare different instruments against IEC-60904 standards
  • Optoelectronic design and the practical considerations for LED light sources
  • Calibration, quality testing, and value add-ons beyond the standards.
  • Future applications of Solar Simulation
  • Aerospace, photovoltaic, and academic case studies demonstrating how LEDs are changing the landscape of research

Watch a preview from the webinar below: 

G2V - Cutting Edge Solar Simulation Solutions

About the event speaker:

Dr. Michael Taschuk is a renowned expert in optoelectronic systems, with 15 years of experience managing multi-disciplinary teams to develop advanced lighting, electronics, and characterization systems, including sensing and forensic techniques in collaboration with industry partners.

Michael is the named inventor on several patents, author of a textbook, and has published over 50 peer-reviewed journal articles.

Who should attend this event?

This webinar is ideally suited to Solar Energy Researchers, Academia (Professors, Adjunct Professors, Post-Doc, Ph.D. Candidates, Graduate Students, Application Scientists), Aerospace Engineers,  Materials Characterization, Production Line Engineers, Manufacturers of Solar Cell, Wafer, and Module Technologies, Renewables Energy Specialists.

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