Call for papers EPJPV

 

     Call for papers
    Themed Issue on
    Recent Advances in Photovoltaics 2021
 
     
   Edited by
   Alexis Vossier - PROMES (France)
   Marie Gueunier-Farret  - IMS (France)
   Jean-Paul Kleider - GeePs (France)
   Denis Mencaraglia - GeePs (France)
 
 
 
Background
Every year, the French PV community meets at the conference Journées Nationales du Photovoltaïque (JNPV), which is a unique opportunity to review recent progress, have scientific discussions and exchanges on last results, analyses, and perspectives in photovoltaics. After an online conference in 2020 due to the COVID pandemic, in 2021, the JNPV conference takes place again on site from November 30th to December 3rd.
 
Aims and Scope of the Themed Issue
The organizers of JNPV invite all presenters of oral or visual contributions to submit an extended version of their work presented at the conference which will be published by the European Physical Journal Photovoltaics in a special issue. The manuscripts will be peer-reviewed and publication will be open access.
EPJ Photovoltaics is an open access journal which publishes original, peer-reviewed papers focused in the field of photovoltaic solar energy conversion.
 
Submissions
All relevant papers will be carefully considered, peer-reviewed by a distinguished team of international experts.
The instructions for authors are detailed at: https://www.epj-pv.org/author-information/instructions-for-authors
Authors are invited to submit their manuscript online at: https://articlestatus.edpsciences.org/is/epjpv/home.php
and choose, during the submission, the special issue: ‘Recent advances in Photovoltaics 2021’
Submission deadline: January 31st 2022
 
Article Processing Charges (APC)
The APC for EPJ Photovoltaics is 300 EUR in 2021 (same for 2022) and will be charged directly to the authors. There is no submission fee.
Information: articles having the corresponding author from the French institutions belonging to the list of the National open access agreement in France members, can be published (after acceptance) in Open Access without any charge.