Episode 03: An Espresso with…
SOLAR-TRAIN scholars

In our series “An Espresso with …” we regularly carry out interviews with engaging people from the field of renewable energy. In this episode we welcomed three young scientists at our coffeetable. Ismail Kaaya, Djamel Mansour and Amantin-Panos Mehilli are scholars of the EU Horizon 2020 research project “SOLAR-TRAIN“. They reported on their initial experience at Fraunhofer ISE.

Folge 03: Auf einen Espresso mit... den Solar-Train Stipendiaten

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Interview: Marion Hopf | Editorial Team Innovation4E
Camera, Sound and Editing: Simone Ringelstein | Editorial Team Innovation4E

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Djamel Mansour

Djamel Mansour is a postgraduate Visiting Scientist at Fraunhofer ISE.

He grew up in Algeria and later studied at the École polytechnique fédérale in Lausanne, Switzerland. His interest lies in the field of Photovoltaic Modules and Systems. Since April 2017, Djamel Mansour is working on his doctoral research within the “SOLAR-TRAIN” project at Fraunhofer ISE. He focusses on the field of „Analysis of PV modules parameters and their correlation to degradation models“.

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