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Passive-matrix display
glove box
Ion pump
printed humidity sensor
open research area
organic integrated circuit
Cells on PEDOT-coated fibers

At the Laboratory of Organic Electronics, we develop and study electronic devices based on organic electroactive materials. Our primary theme involves the coupling of ions and electrons as signal carriers for applications in printed electronics, organic solid-state and electrochemical devices, and organic bioelectronics. The research activities include theoretical modelling, chemical synthesis, material characterization and device fabrication. Among various applications, we explore organic electronic materials in paper electronics, low-voltage field effect transistors, thermoelectric generators, and artificial neurons. The resulting devices are fabricated using standard printing techniques on flexible surfaces or traditional microfabrication techniques such as photolithography.

The Laboratory of Organic Electronics is headed by Prof. Magnus Berggren. The laboratory includes several research areas (groups), each lead by a senior scientist. Our activity is gathered in the Centre for Organic Bioelectronics (OBOE) and in the Printed Electronics Arena. We work closely with the Swedish ICT institute Acreo and the Karolinska Institutet, and we also collaborate with a wide array of research groups, in Sweden and internationally.

For more detailed information on the history and current trends in organic and printed electronics, see our publications and . . .

For more information on our current research, see the page detailing our research areas.



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Last updated: 2015-08-20