Solar cells are complex devices where different expertise is required, and thats why the photovoltaics cluster of the University of Luxembourg is teaming up with  international experts from the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology to bring this exciting programme together.
The constituent team members are:

Phillip Dale

Associate Professor, Head of the Laboratory for Energy Materials at the University of Luxembourg and Deputy Head of the Physics and Materials Department.

Susanne Siebentritt

Physics professor and head of the laboratory for photovoltaics at the University
of Luxembourg.

Ludger Wirtz

Head of the Physics and Materials Science department of the University of Luxembourg and team leader a research group in theoretical solid-state physics.

Alex Redinger

Associate professor at the University of Luxembourg in the Physics and Materials Science Research Unit.

Tom Wirtz

Head of the Advanced Instrumentation for Ion Nano-Analytics (AINA) Group at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST).

Torsten Granzow

Lead R&T Associate in the group on Ferroic Materials for Transducers, Nanomaterials & Nanotechnology Unit, Materials Research and Technology Department of the (LIST).

Emmanuel Defay

Leader of the Ferroic Materials for Transducers group for the last four years at LIST.

Sebastjan Glinsek

Research and Technology Associate at Ferroic Materials for Transducers (FMT) group, Materials Research and Technology Department (MRT), and the LIST.

Renaud Leturcq

Lead R&T Associate in the group Transparent and Optically Tunable Electronics in the MRT Department of LIST

The PACE scientific team

Tandem solar cell

Wide band gap
top cell

Torsten Granzow

Transparent conductive material

Renaud Leturcq

Narrow band gap Cu(In,Ga)Se2 bottom cell

Susanne Siebentritt

Characterization & calculation

Correlative chemical structural and
electrical spectroscopies

Tom Wirtz & Alex Redinger

               Electronic calculations

               Ludger Wirtz

Micro concentrator solar cell

Low temperature deposited structured
transparent conductive material

Emmanuel Defay & Sebastjan Glinsek

               Structured Cu(In,Ga)Se2

               Phillip Dale