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Combine the speed and field of view from hyperspectral global imaging and optoelectronic data from the photometric absolute calibration

Our partner Photon Etc gives a webinar which will explain how hyperspectral imaging – a non-destructive optical approach – can help face challenges in the field of photovoltaics by providing insight on absorption, degradation, defects and losses. When coupled with photometric absolute calibration, optoelectronic properties such as the Voc, charge transport efficiency and EQE can also be extracted. Having access to those key parameters over a large area can help identify viable candidates and help orient fabrication methods. A technology overview and demonstrations will be carried out in this webinar.

Photon etc.’s IMA™ is an ultrafast and all-in-one customizable hyperspectral microscope. It rapidly provides spectrally and spatially resolved photoluminescence, electroluminescence, fluorescence, reflectance, and transmittance maps. This imaging system provides hyperspectral imaging solutions in the visible / near-infrared range (400 nm – 1000 nm) as well as in the short-wave infrared range (900 nm – 1620 nm).

The webinar will go live on March 31st and will last about 1 hour. A recording of the webinar will be available afterward, but you still need to register if you wish to receive it.

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