Moscow Autumn Perovskite Photovoltaics

International Conference

(MAPPIC-2020)

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Important information! Taking into account the current state of the epidemiologic situation in Moscow, administrative documents of Moscow State University on its work during the pandemic and guided by caring for the participants, the Russian members of the Organizing Committee decided to hold the conference in a completely remote format via Zoom for oral talks and Rocket.Chart for poster session.




    Dear Colleagues,

    the Organizing Committee cordially invites you to participate in the 2nd Moscow Autumn Perovskite Photovoltaic International Conference (MAPPIC-2020) that will be held on 26-28 October 2020.

    Last year, we celebrated 10 years of perovskite photovoltaics: 10 years of extremely intense, fast and constantly changing field of materials science. Today, hybrid perovskites are still the hottest topic which accumulates a lot of hope and promises.

    MAPPIC is an annual meeting in Russia organized by Lomonosov Moscow State University as international event for industry, researchers and students working in field of perovskite photovoltaic and hybrid perovskite materials. This year, we extend the scope of the conference to all perspective applications of hybrid perovskites and make a focus on the most painful topics.

Organizing Committee:

  • Prof. Michael Graetzel (EPFL, Switzerland)
  • Prof. Xiaowei Sun (SUSTech, China)
  • Prof. Stepan Kalmykov (MSU, Russia)
  • Prof. Eugene Goodilin (MSU, Russia)
  • Prof. Juan Bisquert (Jaume I University, Spain)
  • Prof. David Mitzi (Duke University, USA)
  • Prof. Andrei Shevelkov (MSU, Russia)
  • Dr. Alexey Tarasov (MSU, Russia)
  • Prof. Aron Walsh (Imperial College London, Great Britain)
  • Prof. Maksym Kovalenko (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
  • Prof. Yang Shao-Horn (MIT, USA)

Scientific Program:

  • Perovskite Solar Cells: How Close are They to the Market? (PSCs, tandems, scalability)
  • Fundamentals of Physics and Chemistry of Perovskites: Not Only PCE Matters
  • Photon-emission and Detection: Easy to Obtain, Difficult to Sustain
  • With or Without Lead? Toxicity, Stability, New Materials
  • New Paradigm of Computational Materials Science: From DFT and Structural Analysis to Machine Learning and Big Data
  • What else? Photocatalysis, Betavoltaics, Spintronics, Second-harmonic Generation and Other Non-conventional Directions

Scientific Program of MAPPIC-2020


The “MAPPIC-2020”, therefore, aims not only to highlight the status quo of the field and what is achieved up to date, but instead, raise the most critical questions, make an impact on pain points.

All participants will be invited to publish their results in the virtual special peer-reviewed issue "10 years of perovskite photovoltaics: achievements and new challenges" of the journal Mendeleev Communications (Elsevier) [IF = 1.7] with a rapid review processing (less than two weeks). Possible article formats: Opinions (1-2 pages), Communication (2-3 pages), Mini-review (5-7 pages). The studies for publication in the special issue can be submitted until 28.02.2021 and will be published immediately after being recieved and accepted after a peer review process; the formation and online publication of the virtual special issue is planned for March-April 2021.

The participance in the conference is free of charge!

To register, please fill in the registration form below.

Thesis template (in English)
Thesis template (in Russian)


Important dates:

Abstract submission start: 21th September

Abstract submission deadline: 19th October

Final Scientific Program announcement: 22nd October


Download the First Circular (pdf)

Download the Second Circular (pdf)

Program of the Conference (pdf) [upd: 26.10.2020]


Information about MAPPIC-2019 (archive)



With Support of:

Russian Science Foundation En+


Informational Support:

American Chemical Society



Registration is closed


The conference is supported by RSF project №19-73-30022


Our partners

Prof. Michael Graetzel, EPFL

The largest independent power company in Russia

Team members

Alexey Tarasov

Ph.D.
Head of laboratory

Eugene Goodilin

D.Sc., corresponding member of RAS
Professor

Andrey Petrov

Ph.D.

Natalia Udalova

Ph.D.

Nikolai Belich

4th year Ph.D. student

Aleksei Grishko

4th year Ph.D. student

Sergey Fateev

4th year Ph.D. student

Recent publications

Universal Strategy of 3D and 2D Hybrid Perovskite Single Crystals Growth via In Situ Solvent Conversion
Chemistry of Materials, 2020, 32, 22, pp. 9805-9812
DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.0c04060


Universal Strategy of 3D and 2D Hybrid Perovskite Single Crystals Growth via In Situ Solvent Conversion

Database of 2D hybrid perovskite materials: open-access collection of crystal structures, band gaps and atomic partial charges predicted by machine learning
Chemistry of Materials, 2020, 32, 17, pp. 7383-7388
DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.0c02290


Database of 2D hybrid perovskite materials: open-access collection of crystal structures, band gaps and atomic partial charges predicted by machine learning

Formamidinium Haloplumbate Intermediates: The Missing Link in a Chain of Hybrid Perovskites Crystallization
Chemistry of Materials, 2020, 32, 18, pp. 7739-7745
DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.0c02156


Formamidinium Haloplumbate Intermediates: The Missing Link in a Chain of Hybrid Perovskites Crystallization

New Acidic Precursor and Acetone-Based Solvent for Fast Perovskite Processing via Proton-Exchange Reaction with Methylamine
Molecules, 2020, 25, 8, p.1856
DOI: 10.3390/molecules25081856


New Acidic Precursor and Acetone-Based Solvent for Fast Perovskite Processing via Proton-Exchange Reaction with Methylamine

From metallic lead films to perovskite solar cells through lead conversion with polyhalides solutions
ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2020, in press
DOI: 10.1021/acsami.0c02492


From metallic lead films to perovskite solar cells through lead conversion with polyhalides solutions

New features of photochemical decomposition of hybrid lead halide perovskites by laser irradiation
ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2020, 12, pp. 12755-12762
DOI: 10.1021/acsami.9b21689


New features of photochemical decomposition of hybrid lead halide perovskites by laser irradiation

Transferable Approach of Semi-Empirical Modeling of Disordered Mixed Halide Hybrid Perovskites CH3NH3Pb(I1-xBrx)3: Prediction of Thermodynamic Properties, Phase Stability and Deviations from Vegard’s Law
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2019, 42, pp. 26036-26040
DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.9b08995


Transferable Approach of Semi-Empirical Modeling of Disordered Mixed Halide Hybrid Perovskites CH3NH3Pb(I1-xBrx)3: Prediction of Thermodynamic Properties, Phase Stability and Deviations from Vegard’s Law

Methylammonium Polyiodides: Remarkable Phase Diversity of the Simplest and Low-melting Alkylammonium Polyiodide System
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2019, 10, pp. 5776-5780
DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.9b02360


Strategic advantages of reactive polyiodide melts for scalable perovskite photovoltaics

Strategic advantages of reactive polyiodide melts for scalable perovskite photovoltaics
Nature Nanotechnology, 2019, 14, pp. 57-63
DOI: 10.1038/s41565-018-0304-y


Strategic advantages of reactive polyiodide melts for scalable perovskite photovoltaics

Solution processing of methylammonium lead iodide perovskite from gamma-butyrolactone: crystallization mediated by solvation equilibrium
Chemistry of Materials, 2018, 30, pp. 5237–5244
DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.8b01906


Solution processing of methylammonium lead iodide perovskite from gamma-butyrolactone: crystallization mediated by solvation equilibrium

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Light-induced reactivity of gold and hybrid perovskite as a new possible degradation mechanism in perovskite solar cells
Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2018, 6, pp.1780-1786
DOI: 10.1039/C7TA10217H


Light-induced reactivity of gold and hybrid perovskite as a new possible degradation mechanism in perovskite solar cells

New formation strategy of hybrid perovskites via room temperature reactive polyiodide melts
Materials Horizons, 2017, 4, pp. 625-632
DOI: 10.1039/C7MH00201G


New formation strategy of hybrid perovskites via room temperature reactive polyiodide melts

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