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Collaborations

Ioannis (John) Kymissis, Columbia University, Electrical Engineering, New York, USA

Research Topic: Organic Semiconductors for X- and gamma ray detection

Mario Caironi, Maria Rosa Antognazza, Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), Centre for Nanoscience and Technology, Milano, Italia.

Research Topic: X- and gamma ray detector materials, organic opto bioelectronics

Marta Mas, Molecular Electronics Group, ICMAB, UAB Barcelona, Spain

Research Topic: Flexible Organic Electronics 

 

Eric Glowacki, Laboratory of Organic Electronics, LiU, Linköping University, Sveden

 Research Topic: Organic Optobioelectronics

Rodrigo Martins, Universitade Nuova de Lisbona - CENIMAT/i3N, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, UNOVA, Portugal

Research Topic: High Energy Radiation Effects in Oxide Semiconductors

 Annalisa Bonfiglio, Università di Cagliari, UNICA, Italy

Research Topic: Flexible organic electronics

Martin Kaltenbrunner, Universität Linz, JKU, Austria

Research Topic: Novel Materials for Flexible  Sensors

Alessandro Fraleoni-Morgera, University of Trieste, UNITS, Italy

Research Topic: Organic semiconducting single crystals

Sylvia Thomas, William Serrano Garcia, University of South Florida, USF, USA

Research Topic: Semiconducting Nanowires

Andrei Komolkin, Saint Petersburg State University, SPBU, Russia

Research Topic: Semiconducting Polymers

John Anthony, University of Kentucky, UKY, USA

Research Topic: New high Z organic molecules

Paul Sellin, University of Surrey, SUR, UK

Research Topic: Organic ionizing radiation detectors

Henning Sirringhaus, Cavendish Laboratory - Cambridge, CAM, UK

Research Topic: New hybrid perovskites

Alberto Quaranta, University of Trento/TIFPA, TIFPA, Italy

Research Topic: Organic detectors and scintillating Qantum Dots

Mauro Iori, Institute in advanced technologies and models of care in oncology, Ospedate Santa Maria Nuova, Reggio Emilia, IRCCS, Italy

Research Topic: Flexible organic and hybrid radiation detectors for medical applications

Damia Mawad, University of New South wales, UNSW, Australia

Research Topic: Organic Bioeletronics

Barbara Terheiden, University University of Konstanz, Physics Dept, UKN, Germany.

Research Topic: Photovoltaics, Thin Silicon and Advanced Concepts

Thomas Fix, MaCEPV - Materials for electronic and photovoltaic devices, ICUBE-MACEPV, France

Research Topic: Photovoltaics, advanced solar concepts, deposition and characterization

Nadine Witovski, Sorbonne Université - Institut des Nanoscience de Paris, INSP, France

Research Topic: Physical and chemical properties of surfaces, films and nanoparticles related to their dimensionnality

Carlo Sirtori, Université Paris-Diderot, Laboratoire Matériaux et Phénomènes Quantiques, MPQ, France

Research Topic: Physics of quantum devices

Andrea Ingenito, Photovoltaics and thin film electronics laboratory PV-LAB, EPFL- PVLAB, Switzerland

Research Topic: Photovoltaics, advanced solar cells

Albert Minj, Pierre Rutherana, Centre de recherche sur les Ions, les MAtériaux et la Photonique, Cimap Ensicaen, France

Research Topic: III-Nitrides, characterization, microscopy methods, Material excited and defects

Bianchi Mendez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Physics Faculty, Dept. Materials Physics, UCM, Spain

Research Topic: Optical properties of semiconducting materials, oxide nanowires, electron microscopy methods

Simona Binetti, Università di Milano Bicocca, Dipartimento di Scienza dei Materiali, MIB SOLAR, Italy

Research Topic: Photovoltaics, materials for energy

Jan Christoph Goldschmidt, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, ISE, Germany

Research Topic: Photovoltaics, Novel Solar Cell Concepts, Division Solar Cells - Development and Characterization