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发布时间:2023-08-03


中科院化学所侯剑辉研究员、浙江大学陈红征教授、南昌大学/江西师范大学陈义旺教授和叶老师受Next Energy期刊邀请

联合组织了1期专刊 Organic Photovoltaic Materials and Device Engineering,

竭诚欢迎国内外专家、学者不吝赐稿!



Organic Photovoltaic Materials and Device Engineering

As one of the candidates for next-generation photovoltaic technologies, organic photovoltaic (OPV) cells have attracted tremendous attention due to their merits of solution processability for low-cost production, light-weight and high-flexibility for high portability and tuneable colour for aesthetic design, etc. In recent years, great advances in materials design, device engineering and physics have been achieved in the OPV field, which not only promoted the power conversion efficiency of OPV cells under the standard solar light to ~20%, but also demonstrated unique features for practical applications such as semi-transparency for building/greenhouse integrated photovoltaics and efficient indoor-light-electricity conversion for Internet-of-Things devices. Within the scope of this Journal, we are organizing the Special Issue, " Organic Photovoltaic Materials and Device Engineering", to highlight the recent achievements and latest progress and demonstrate the opportunities and challenges, aiming at spurring the next development of organic photovoltaic technology.

Guest editors:

Prof. Jianhui Hou, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Email: hjhzlz@iccas.ac.cn;

Prof. Hongzheng Chen, Zhejiang University, China

Email:hzchen@zju.edu.cn;

Prof. Yiwang Chen, Jiangxi Normal University, Nanchang University, China

Email: ywchen@ncu.edu.cn;

Prof. Long Ye, Tianjin University, China

Email: yelong@tju.edu.cn.

Manuscript submission information:

Next Energy is a peer reviewed, open access journal publishing research of relevance to the energy community.

Next Energy publishes experimental, computational and theoretical work, in traditional formats such as Original Research Articles, Communications and Reviews, as well as novel formats and video content, and Comment articles to inspire next generation energy research. 

Prospective authors are invited to submit their manuscripts electronically, adhering to the guidelines of Next Energyhttps://www.elsevier.com/journals/next-energy/2949-821X/guide-for-authors 

Please kindly submit your papers through the online system: https://www.editorialmanager.com/nxener/default2.aspx 

The Special Issue will be open for submission from now to 31-December-2023.
 

Be sure to kindly select the article type "VSI: Organic Photovoltaic Materials and Device Engineering".

Manuscripts should not be published or currently submitted for publication elsewhere. Please submit only full papers intended for review to the online system of Next Energy.

Keywords:

(organic photovoltaics) OR (organic solar cells) AND (organic photovoltaic materials) AND (all-polymer solar cells) AND (device engineering) AND (organic semiconductors) AND (photovoltaic polymers)

Why publish in this Special Issue?

  • Special Issue articles are published together on ScienceDirect, making it incredibly easy for other researchers to discover your work.
  • Special content articles are downloaded on ScienceDirect twice as often within the first 24 months than articles published in regular issues.
  • Special content articles attract 20% more citations in the first 24 months than articles published in regular issues.
  • All articles in this special issue will be reviewed by no fewer than two independent experts to ensure the quality, originality and novelty of the work published.


https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/next-energy/about/call-for-papers#organic-photovoltaic-materials-and-device-engineering