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Xenofon Strakosas

Assistant Professor



Maciej Gryszel, Donghak Byun, Bernhard Burtscher, Tobias Abrahamsson, Jan Brodsky, Daniel T Simon, Magnus Berggren, Eric Daniel Glowacki, Xenofon Strakosas, Mary Donahue (2024) Vertical Organic Electrochemical Transistor Platforms for Efficient Electropolymerization of Thiophene Based Oligomers Journal of Materials Chemistry C Continue to DOI


Ioannis Petsagkourakis, S. Riera-Galindo, Tero-Petri Ruoko, Xenofon Strakosas, E. Pavlopoulou, Xianjie Liu, Slawomir Braun, Renee Kroon, Nara Kim, Samuel Lienemann, Viktor Gueskine, G. Hadziioannou, Magnus Berggren, Mats Fahlman, Simone Fabiano, Klas Tybrandt, Xavier Crispin (2023) Improved Performance of Organic Thermoelectric Generators Through Interfacial Energetics Advanced Science, Vol. 10, Article 2206954 Continue to DOI
Diana Priyadarshini, Chiara Musumeci, David Bliman, Tobias Abrahamsson, Caroline Lindholm, Mikhail Vagin, Xenofon Strakosas, Roger Olsson, Magnus Berggren, Jennifer Y. Gerasimov, Daniel T. Simon (2023) Enzymatically Polymerized Organic Conductors on Model Lipid Membranes Langmuir, Vol. 39, p. 8196-8204 Continue to DOI
Xenofon Strakosas, Hanne Biesmans, Tobias Abrahamsson, Karin Hellman, Malin Silverå Ejneby, Mary Donahue, Peter Ekstrom, Fredrik Ek, Marios Savvakis, Martin Hjort, David Bliman, Mathieu Linares, Caroline Lindholm, Eleni Stavrinidou, Jennifer Gerasimov, Daniel Simon, Roger Olsson, Magnus Berggren (2023) Metabolite-induced in vivo fabrication of substrate-free organic bioelectronics Science, Vol. 379, p. 795-802 Continue to DOI


Abdelrazek H. Mousa, David Bliman, Lazaro Hiram Betancourt, Karin Hellman, Peter Ekström, Marios Savvakis, Xenofon Strakosas, György Marko-Varga, Magnus Berggren, Martin Hjort, Fredrik Ek, Roger Olsson (2022) Method Matters: Exploring Alkoxysulfonate-Functionalized Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) and Its Unintentional Self-Aggregating Copolymer toward Injectable Bioelectronics Chemistry of Materials, Vol. 34, p. 2752-2763 Continue to DOI



Electronic medicine – at the intersection of technology and medicine

Swedish researchers have developed a gel that can form a soft electrode capable of conducting electricity. In the long term, they aim to connect electronics to biological tissue, such as the brain.

Researcher (Xenofon Strakosas) by a microscope.

Ten million donation for research position in electronic medicine

The Stig Wadström Foundation is donating around SEK ten million to LiU, to fund a research position in electronic medicine. The researcher chosen for this position is Xenophon Strakosas at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics in Norrköping.

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LiU research one of the biggest breakthroughs of the year

The magazine Physics World has named LiU research one of the year’s major breakthroughs in physics. In their study, carried out at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics, the researchers showed that soft electrodes can be grown in living tissue.