Xavier Crispin : LOE members: Department of Science and
In 2004, he became Associate Professor in the group of Prof. He worked on various organic electronics devices and developed courses in molecular physics and organic electronics. He has been trained to become a spectroscopist using various techniques (XPS, arups, nexafs) to characterize molecular order and electronic structure of semi(conducting) polymers and molecules, as well as the energetics at interfaces created between those materials and electrodes. Photo credit: Thor Balkhed, xavier, crispin shows Sara Strömberg, Grants office, instruments in Clean room, Campus Norrköping. In 2011, Xavier was awarded the Tage Erlanders prize from the Swedish Royal Academy of Science for his demonstration that conducting polymers can be thermoelectric materials. In, Advanced Sustainable Systems, article in journal, william Armando Munoz, Xavier, crispin, sthlm - new york flyg Mats Fahlman, Igor Zozoulenko, understanding the Impact of Film Disorder and Local Surface Potential in Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy of pedot. In 2011, his research got funded by the European Research Council under the ERC-starting grant program. Xavier, crispin graduated in Chemistry in 2000 at the University of Mons, Belgium under the supervision of Prof. Article in journal, ioannis Petsagkourakis, Eleni Pavlopoulou, Eric Cloutet, Yan Fang Chen, Xianjie Liu, Mats Fahlman, Magnus Berggren, Xavier, crispin, Stefan Dilhaire, Guillaume Fleury, Georges Hadziioannou.
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