Biomolecular and Organic Electronics (BIORG)

Research in biomolecular and organic electronics is focused on the development of organic electronics for energy conversion and storage.

In particular we study organic photovoltaics and biopolymer based electrodes, and the combination of biological macromolecules with synthetic conjugated polymers for supramolecular materials assembly.

Research at Biomolecular and organic electronics division
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Doctoral education
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Visiting address

Campus Valla, Building F

Mail address

Linköping University
581 83 Linköping

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