Simone Fabiano received his Master’s degree in Industrial Chemistry from the University of Catania (Italy) in 2008, working on nanostructured materials for organic photovoltaic cells.

He earned his PhD in Chemistry in 2012, with a thesis titled “Controlling molecular packing for charge transport in organic thin films”.
From 2010, he also worked as visiting PhD student at the Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials of the University of Groningen (The Netherlands). 

In 2012, Simone joined the Laboratory of Organic Electronics (LOE) at Linköping University as a postdoctoral researcher and, since January 2016, he is an assistant professor in the same group, leading the Organic Nanoelectronics division.

Simone Fabiano i RenrummetSimone Fabiano while working at Clean Room, Campus Norrköping.
Photo credit: Thor Balkhed

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Gang Wang, Steven M. Swick, Micaela Matta, Subhrangsu Mukherjee, Joseph W. Strzalka, Jenna Leigh Logsdon, Simone Fabiano, Wei Huang, Thomas J. Aldrich, Tony Yang, Amod Timalsina, Natalia Powers-Riggs, Joaquin M. Alzola, Ryan M. Young, Dean M. DeLongchamp, Michael R. Wasielewski, Kevin L. Kohlstedt, George C. Schatz, Ferdinand S. Melkonyan, Antonio Facchetti, Tobin J. Marks (2019) Photovoltaic Blend Microstructure for High Efficiency Post-Fullerene Solar Cells. To Tilt or Not To Tilt? Journal of the American Chemical Society , Vol. 141 , s. 13410-13420 Continue to DOI

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