Solar power is on the rise. As we increasingly look to renewables to keep the lights on, what is the future of solar energy? Professor Anita Ho-Baillie is working on integrating solar cells onto different types of surfaces. Join her to hear about next-generation materials and devices that could revolutionise how we power the world.
Date: Wednesday 14 October 2020
Time: 12pm – 12:45pm AEST
Cost: Free. Registration essential.
In light of the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) response, this event will be virtual. You will need to register to participate virtually, either by phone or video link, as above.
Anita Ho-Baillie is the John Hooke Chair of Nanoscience at the University of Sydney. She completed her Bachelor of Engineering on Co-op scholarship and PhD (2005) at University of New South Wales. She is a Clarivate Highly Cited Researcher in 2019. Her research interests including engineering of solar materials and devices at nanoscale integrating them onto all kinds of surfaces generating clean energy for different applications. Her achievements include setting solar cell energy efficiency world records in various categories and reporting of highly durable perovskite solar cells placing her research at the forefront internationally.