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FDP on Applications of Perovskite Based Photovoltaic Devices by Dr. Sandeep Pathak (IIT Delhi) at SDIET, Faridabad

  • Satyug Darshan Institute of Engineering & Technology Bhupani Faridabad India (map)

Coverage of event:


  • To create awareness about latest trends in the field of photovoltaic devices among the faculty members of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering branches.

  • To create resources for contribution in the enhancement of solar energy applications.

  • To initiate inter-college project activities based upon solar energy to contribute for green energy applications in the society.



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Dr. Sandeep Pathak Recieved his PhD from the University Of Cambridge, U.K. in 2011, working in the group of Prof David Cardwell. He spent two years at the Clarendon Laboratory (University of Oxford, U.K.) with Prof. Henry Snaith as a postdoctoral fellow working on Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells and Perovskite Solar cell. He then joined Prof Ullrich Steiner at Cavendish Laboratory (University of Cambridge, UK) and continued to work on Perovskite based Optoelectronic devices. In October 2013, he again moved back to Oxford University (UK) to work with Prof. Henry Snaith. Subsequently, he went to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) to work with Prof. Vladimir Bulovic. Since Feb. 2016 he has been part of the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi as an Assistant Professor.



The program is open to faculty members of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering and Humanities streams from AICTE approved technical institutions and Universities.



There is no registration fee for this course. The registration form (present below) can be downloaded, then filled and a scanned copy be mailed at one of the following email ids:



The duly filled registration form recommended by the competent authority should reach the coordinator latest by 29th April, 2019.

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