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At LOE, we explore electronic and optical properties of organic materials and organic-inorganic hybrid systems. 

LOE is one of the world's leading groups at the forefront of research in organic/plastic electronics. Specifically, we are interested in using the coupling between electronic and ionic charges to develop novel device and system concepts in the areas of energy, internet-of-things, healthcare, and biology.

Our research themes span synthesis, material science, devices, systems and applications. Projects closer to applications and commercialization are conducted in close collaboration with RISE. Results are regularly published in leading high-impact journals (see publications at Research).

Research at LOE is supported by major grants from the Swedish government, the European Commission, and several Swedish foundations. Research is carried out within the >1000 m2 Täppan Clean Room and the Printed Electronics Arena at Linköping University's Campus Norrköping.

LOE is composed of over 100 scientists, students, and staff spanning 11 research groups. LOE is directed by Professor Magnus Berggren.

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10 February 2021

Public disputation in Applied Physics: Josefin Nissa

2.00 pm – 6.00 pm Online and K1, Kåkenhus, Campus Norrköping. Please contact Jennie Jordenlöv, jennie.jordenlov@liu.se to get the Zoom link.

Josefin Nissa, at the Department of Science and Technology, defends the thesis “Interacting with biological membranes using organic electronic devices”. The event is open to the public. Language: English. Faculty opponent is Professor Susan Daniel, Cornell University, Chem & Biomolec Eng., USA. Supervisor is Daniel Simon. Please contact Jennie Jordenlöv, jennie.jordenlov@liu.se to get the Zoom link. 

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3 March 2021

Public disputation in Applied Physics: Marie Jakesova

10.00 am – 2.00 pm Online and K1, Kåkenhus, Campus Norrköping. Please contact Jennie Jordenlöv, jennie.jordenlov@liu.se to get the Zoom link.

Marie Jakesova, at the Department of Science and Technology, defends the thesis “Wireless Bioelectronic Devices Driven by Deep Red Light”. The event is open to the public. Language: English. Faculty opponent is Professor Diego Ghezzi, EPFL, Center for Neuroprosthetics, Switzerland. Supervisor is Daniel Simon. Please contact Jennie Jordenlöv, jennie.jordenlov@liu.se to get the Zoom link.

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21 Jan 2021

RT @mpjonsson: New preprint by @Shangzhi_Chen et al: Redox-tunable structural colour images based on UV-patterned conducting polymers *O…

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15 Jan 2021

Combining the best of both worlds: free-standing capillary microfluidics and miniaturized iontronics. Check out the… https://t.co/DfPLU1yCJF

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15 Jan 2021

Fighting wound fibrosis with ion pump pH regulation. Check it out in Applied Materials Today https://t.co/EYOhx5uLb6

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