Fully connected virtual and physical
perovskite photovoltaics lab

call for proposals

VIPERLAB opens first call for proposals

DEADLINE for proposal submission is extended until Friday, 3rd December, 23:59 CET


The VIPERLAB Consortium (15 partners) has the vision that perovskite-based PV is one of the most  promising PV technologies to open up new opportunities for the European industry to produced PV modules  with the lowest cost and reduced environmental impact

Therefore, the VIPERLAB project brings together top-ranked, complimentary EU perovskite PV infrastructures, both physical and virtual, to foster perovskite PV development and testing in Europe in order to build a unified access service towards EU academic and industrial researchers.

Submit your innovative research proposal to access by VIPERLAB  in the top-ranking European Infrastructures  in the field of perovskite and silicon PV

The call for proposals opens on 15th October with a submission deadline on 30th November, 2021 (closing at 11.59.59 CET). Applicants will be notified of review outcomes in December 2021.

Starting scientific perovskite communities as well as industry and SMEs are invited to apply for free access to one of the top level infrastructures in the field of perovskite and silicon PV designed for:

  • material synthesis,
  • state-of-the-art device design and development,
  • standardized testing methods,
  • simulation methods

The access is funded within the EU’s Horizon 2020 framework and includes the logistical, technological, and scientific support and the specific training.

Interested in finding more information about eligibility criteria and how to submit a proposal?

Please visit the VIPERLAB knowledge exchange platform at https://www.viperlab-kep.eu/infrastructure.asp.

This is a new opportunity in Europe to freely access state-of-the-art and cutting-edge key infrastructures that cover the whole innovation/value chain from material preparation to characterization of perovskite devices and modules.

For more details, please contact

Dr. Natalia Maticiuc, HZB
Technical coordinator of VIPERLAB

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N°101006715