Imec's module model to make compelling case for material innovations

Belgian-based nanoelectronic research center Imec has created a highly customizable yield forecasting model that can provide benefits across the photovoltaic supply chain. The model, developed by Hans Goverde, allows for the modellng of a system while changing environmental conditions as well as ...

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