Research at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics
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Research at LOE spans a wide a variety of areas, all based to some degree on organic electronic materials, such as electronically conducting polymers and molecules, and ionically conducting polyelectrolytes. 

Since its start in 1999, LOE has grown to over 100 members distributed over multiple groups, each with their own particular areas of focus. However, the groups collaborate continuously to create internal cross-disciplinary projects. In this way, LOE is still run as "one big group".

Results are regularly published in leading high-impact journals (see publications below and at the individual research group pages).

Major funding for LOE's research is provided by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, the Swedish Research Council, the Swedish Energy Agency, the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research, Vinnova, the AFM Government Strategic Research Area, and the European Commission.

LOE research groups
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Major research projects at LOE
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Recent publications
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2019

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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