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Paul Moonie

Managing Director

Greatcell Australia

Paul Moonie
We will soon provide continuous power to wireless and/or mobile applications in areas such as indoors, farms, factories and transport
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Paul Moonie is Greatcell Australia’s CEO and director of Pilot Production operations in Bomen, near Wagga Wagga, NSW. Paul has been working on 3rd generation photovoltaics for almost 20 years in both industry (STI and Dyesol) and academia (QUT), with a highly successful track record in product development. He has been a key member to achieve milestone successes in collaborative projects with multi-national corporations, Australian Department of Defence, and universities. Paul was a member of the team that designed and fabricated the world’s most stable Dye-Sensitised solar cells; he has several journal articles and relevant patents in 3rd Gen PV product development and has an extensive network of professional contacts across the globe from his collaboration with high end laboratories such as EPFL.

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Polycarpos Falaras

EU Project Advisor

Polycarpos Falaras

Polycarpos Falaras is Research Director at the National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”-NCSRD (Athens, Greece), working on nanomaterials and nanotechnology-driven processes for solar energy conversion to electricity (third generation solar cells: perovskite, dye-sensitized, quantum dot,) and environmental protection (photocatalysis, membrane reactors). In parallel, he is teaching Physical Chemistry at the Hellenic Open University. Polycarpos was the Director of the Institute of Physical Chemistry at NCSRD (2007-2012) and has been involved (including coordination) in many EU (HORIZON 2020, FP7, FP6) and National projects. In 2014 he received the prestigious PSIPW “Alternative Water Resources” Award and since 2018 his serves as Associate Editor of Applied Catalysis B Environmental (I.F.: 19.503) journal.