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Johannes Gladisch


Johannes Gladisch received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Biosystems technology/Bioinformatics from the University of Applied Sciences in Wildau, Germany. His BSc thesis dealt with protein recovery from plants trough biorefineries. In his master’s thesis he was developing a gold nanoparticle-based biosensor for pathogen detection. This included the synthesis and characterization of gold nanoparticles as well as modification of the gold nanoparticle surfaces with antibodies.

In 2018, he joined the Electronic Plants group at Linköping University as a PhD student. Johannes’ work focuses on thiophene based conjugated polymers that show extreme volume changes under electrochemical addressing. In addition, his looking into using these materials in various devices.

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Johannes Gladisch, Vasileios Oikonomou, Maximilian Moser, Sophie Griggs, Iain McCulloch, Magnus Berggren, Eleni Stavrinidou (2022) An Electroactive Filter with Tunable Porosity Based on Glycolated Polythiophene Small Science, Vol. 2, Article 2100113 Continue to DOI


Najmeh Delavari, Johannes Gladisch, Ioannis Petsagkourakis, Xianjie Liu, Mohsen Modarresi, Mats Fahlman, Eleni Stavrinidou, Mathieu Linares, Igor Zozoulenko (2021) Water Intake and Ion Exchange in PEDOT:Tos Films upon Cyclic Voltammetry: Experimental and Molecular Dynamics Investigation Macromolecules, Vol. 54, p. 6552-6562 Continue to DOI
Johannes Gladisch (2021) Investigating volume change and ion transport in conjugated polymers
Maximilian Moser, Johannes Gladisch, Sarbani Ghosh, Tania Cecilia Hidalgo, James F. Ponder Jr., Rajendar Sheelamanthula, Quentin Thiburce, Nicola Gasparini, Andrew Wadsworth, Alberto Salleo, Sahika Inal, Magnus Berggren, Igor Zozoulenko, Eleni Stavrinidou, Iain McCulloch (2021) Controlling Electrochemically Induced Volume Changes in Conjugated Polymers by Chemical Design: from Theory to Devices Advanced Functional Materials, Vol. n/a Continue to DOI
Sepideh Zokaei, Renee Kroon, Johannes Gladisch, Bryan D. Paulsen, Wonil Sohn, Anna I Hofmann, Gustav Persson, Arne Stamm, Per-Olof Syren, Eva Olsson, Jonathan Rivnay, Eleni Stavrinidou, Anja Lund, Christian Muller (2021) Toughening of a Soft Polar Polythiophene through Copolymerization with Hard Urethane Segments Advanced Science, Vol. 8, Article 2002778 Continue to DOI