Created by:   Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

  • Eva Bundgaard

    Taught by:    Eva Bundgaard, PhD, Senior Scientist

    DTU Energy

  • Frederik Krebs

    Taught by:    Frederik Krebs, PhD, Professor

    DTU Energy

  • Mikkel Jørgensen

    Taught by:    Mikkel Jørgensen, PhD, Senior Scientist

    DTU Energy

  • Morten Madsen

    Taught by:    Morten Madsen, Scientist

    DTU Energy

Commitment10 hours videos and quizzes
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.6 stars
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Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
DTU focuses on research in technical and natural sciences that contributes to the development of society. As an industrially orientated university, our goal is to supply high-level international research based on combining theory with constructing models and empirical methods.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 389 ratings

Interesting and perspective course

Excellent

Excellent for people who want to have a basic and solid knowledge about organic solar cells in all its aspects. Great material and great tutors!

I like it is a really complete and innovative course. Giving the broad and precise overview of OPV, which is a big field of development today. I would like it to be a little more alive, as the main topic is evolving really fast. Altough it was good for me not to have a fixed schedule to complete it, I would like it to be more up to date and maybe making a bigger course or other parts for more specialised parts or new applications or research the team is doing. Thanks anyway for the course. It was really worth it for somebody interested in PV.