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PhD theses

 

Electronic Control of Cell Cultures Using Conjugated Polymer Surfaces

K. Persson, Ph.D. thesis, Linköpings universitet (2014). [open access]

Light-Emitting Electrochemical Transistors

J. Liu, Ph.D. thesis, Linköpings universitet (2014). [open access]

Polyelectrolyte-Gated Organic Field Effect Transistors – Printing and Electrical Stability

H. Sinno, Ph.D. thesis, Linköpings universitet (2013). [open access]

Controlling ion transport in organic devices

X. Wang, Ph.D. thesis, Linköpings universitet (2013). [open access]

Novel architectures for flexible electrochemical devices and systems

J. Kawahara, Ph.D. thesis, Linköpings universitet (2013). [open access]

Thermoelectric properties of conducting polymers

O. Bubnova, Ph.D. thesis, Linköpings universitet (2013). [open access]

Ionic Circuits for Transduction of Electronic Signals into Biological Stimuli

K. Tybrandt, Ph.D. thesis, Linköpings universitet (2012). [open access]

Electron Transport, Interaction and Spin in Graphene and Graphene Nanoribbons

A. Shylau, Ph.D. thesis, Linköpings universitet (2012). [open access]

Heterojunctions between Zinc Oxide Nanostructures and Organic Semiconductors

A. Hansson (f. Wadaesa), PhD thesis, Linköpings universitet (2011). [open access]

Conjugated Polymer Surface Switches for Acitve Cell Control

M. Bolin, PhD thesis, Linköpings universitet (2011). [open access]

Electrolyte-Gated Organic Thin-Film Transistors
L. Herlogsson, PhD Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2011). [open access]

Polyelectrolyte-Based Capacitors and Transistors
O. Larsson, PhD Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2011). [open access]

Electrolyte-Semiconductor Combinations for Organic Electronic Devices
E. Said, PhD Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2008). [open access]

Electrochemical Switching in Conducting Polymers – Printing Paper Electronics
P. Tehrani, PhD Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2008). [open access]

Charge Transport Modulation in Organic Electronic Diodes
F. L. E. Jakobsson, PhD Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2008). [open access]

Quantum Transport and Spin Effects in Lateral Semiconductor Nanostructures and Graphene
M. Evaldsson, PhD Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2008). [open access]

Charge Transport Modulation and Optical Absorption Switching in Organic Electronic Devices
P. Andersson, PhD Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2007). [open access]

Organic Bioelectronics: Electrochemical Devices using Conjugated Polymers
J. Isaksson, PhD Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2007). [open access]

Theoretical Studies of Light Propagation in Photonic and Plasmonic Devices
A. Rahachou, PhD Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2007). [open access]

Electrochemical and Electronic Devices Based on Low Bandgap Polymers
M. Chen, PhD Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2005).

An Organic Electrochemical Transistor for Printed Sensors and Logic
D. Nilsson, PhD Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2005). [open access]
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Licentiate theses

Screen Printed Thermoelectric Devices
A. Willfahrt, Licentiate Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2014). [open access]

Polarization characteristics in polyelectrolyte thin film capacitors: Targeting field-effect transistors and sensors
O. Larsson, Licentiate Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2009). [open access]

Electrolyte-Based Organic Electronic Devices
E. Said, Licentiate Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2007). [open access]

Organic Electronic Switch Devices
F. L. E. Jakobsson, Licentiate Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2006).

Electrochromic Polymer Devices: Active-Matrix Displays and Switchable Polarizers
P. Andersson, Licentiate Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2006). [open access]

Electrochromism and Over-oxidation in Conjugated Polymers: Improved Color Switching and a Novel Patterning Approach
P. Tehrani, Licentiate Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2006). [open access]

On the Surface of Conducting Polymers - Electrochemical Switching of Color and Wettability in Conjugated Polymer Devices
J. Isaksson, Licentiate Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2005). [open access]

Organic Electrochemical Transistor
D. Nilsson, Licentiate Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2003).
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Diploma / Masters theses

Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Fast Scan Cyclic Voltammetry
S. B. Kollipara, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2013). [open access]

The impact of geometrical variations on the transport properties of organic electronic ion pumps
T. Arbring, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2013). [open access]

Mechanostimulation of stem cells using PPY microactuators
C. Aronsson, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2011)

Investigation of vertical organic transistor geometries and materials for printable applications
W-M. Tseng, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2010). [open access]

Thermal conductivity Measurement of PEDOT:PSS by 3-omega Technique
F. Farshad, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2010). [open access]

Thermoelectrical Characterization of Organic Materials
A. Malti, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2009). [open access]

Hydrophobic switching in microfluidics
A. Hentzell, Master Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2009)

Organic electronic ion pump for controlled formation of any loid-like aggregates
E. Gabrielsson, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2009)

Dry state Microactuators based on Polypyrrole
S. Lundemo, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2009)

Electrolyte-based wireless humidity sensors
X. Wang, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2008)

Polyelectrolyte based organic field effect transistors
A. Fareed, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2007)

Photochromic molecules in polymer switch diodes
F-i. Tai, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2006). [open access]

Low-voltage plastic transistors
S. Elhag, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2005)

Charge transport in low-band gap polymers studied with the CELIV technique
A. Wadaesa, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2005)

Empirical Parameterization of Organic Electrochemical Transistors
O. Larsson, Masters Thesis, Linköpings universitet (2004). [open access]


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