Olle Inganäs





Annick Anctil, Meghan N. Beattie, Christopher Case, Aditya Chaudhary, Benjamin D. Chrysler, Michael G. Debije, Stephanie Essig, David K. Ferry, Vivian E. Ferry, Marina Freitag, Isaac Gould, Karin Hinzer, Harald Hoppe, Olle Inganäs, Lethy Krishnan Jagadamma, Min Hun Jee, Raymond K. Kostuk, Daniel Kirk, Stephan Kube, Minyoung Lim, Joseph M. Luther, Lorelle Mansfield, Michael D. Mcgehee, Duong Nguyen Minh, Preeti Nain, Matthew O. Reese, Angele Reinders, Ifor D. W. Samuel, Wilfried van Sark, Hele Savin, Ian R. Sellers, Sean E. Shaheen, Zheng Tang, Fatima Toor, Ville Vaehaenissi, Ella Wassweiler, Emily L. Warren, Vincent R. Whiteside, Han Young Woo, Gang Xiong, Xitong Zhu (2023) Status report on emerging photovoltaics JOURNAL OF PHOTONICS FOR ENERGY, Vol. 13 Continue to DOI
Amparo Fernandez-Benito, Juan Carlos Martinez-Lopez, Mohammad Javad Jafari, Niclas Solin, Jose Gabriel Martinez Gil, Daniel Garcia-Gimenez, Thomas Ederth, Olle Inganäs, Javier Carretero-Gonzalez (2023) Green and Scalable Biopolymer-Based Aqueous Polyelectrolyte Complexes for Zinc-Ion Charge Storage Devices ChemElectroChem, Vol. 10, Article e202300327 Continue to DOI
Xabier Rodriguez Martinez, Sergi Riera Lorente, Luis Ever Aguirre, Mariano Campoy-Quiles, Hans Arwin, Olle Inganäs (2023) Laminated Organic Photovoltaic Modules for Agrivoltaics and Beyond: An Outdoor Stability Study of All-Polymer and Polymer:Small Molecule Blends Advanced Functional Materials, Vol. 33, Article 2213220 Continue to DOI
Xabier Rodriguez Martinez, Paula Hartnagel, Sergi Riera Lorente, Gulzada Beket, Thomas Osterberg, Feng Gao, Thomas Kirchartz, Olle Inganäs (2023) Air Processing of Thick and Semitransparent Laminated Polymer:Non-Fullerene Acceptor Blends Introduces Asymmetric Current-Voltage Characteristics Advanced Functional Materials, Vol. 33, Article 2301192 Continue to DOI


Yanfeng Liu, Qunping Fan, Heng Liu, Ishita Jalan, Yingzhi Jin, Jan van Stam, Ellen Moons, Ergang Wang, Xinhui Lu, Fengling Zhang, Olle Inganäs (2022) In Situ Optical Spectroscopy Demonstrates the Effect of Solvent Additive in the Formation of All-Polymer Solar Cells Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, Vol. 13, p. 11696-11702 Continue to DOI


Sign of Linköping University.

Two new Wallenberg Scholars at LiU

Researchers Feng Gao and Daniel Västfjäll at LiU have been appointed as new Wallenberg Scholars. In addition, six LiU researchers will have their  scholar periods extended. Each researcher receives between SEK 18 and 20 million for five years.

Mikhail Vagin and Penghui Ding working in the laboratory.

Fossil freedom comes from LiU labs

The transition to fossil freedom can’t happen overnight, but it can go much faster than it is. The technology is available, and in many cases is commercially available or nearly so. The labs at Linköping University hold hope for the future.

Qingzhen Bian

Quantum phenomenon governs organic solar cells

Researchers at LiU have discovered a quantum phenomenon that influences the formation of free charges in organic solar cells. “If we can properly understand what’s going on, we can increase the efficiency”, says Olle Inganäs, professor emeritus.