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Group members

Dr Jens Eriksson

  • Associate Professor - Head of Research Unit
  • Graphene- and other 2D materials-based gas sensors
  • Material and device characterization
  • Environmental SPM
  • Kelvin probe characterization

Contact: jens.eriksson@liu.se +46 1328 6613, room P317

Prof. Anita Lloyd Spetz

  • Full Professor
  • Finland Distinguished Professor (FiDiPro) at University of Oulu, Finland
  • Director of FunMat (2014-2016)
  • Deputy Chair of the COST Action TD1105 EuNetAir (2012-2016)
  • List of publications at ResearcherID

Contact: anita.lloyd.spetz@liu.se , +46 1328 1710, room P309

Ms. Anette Andersson

  • Administration

Contact: anette.andersson@liu.se, +46 1328 1220, room P305

Dr Mike Andersson

  • Associate Professor
  • CTO at SenSiC AB (75%)
  • Development and commercialization of FET gas sensors for harsh environments
  • Development of particle detectors

Contact: mike.andersson@liu.se , +46 1328 1062, room P311

Dr Donatella Puglisi

  • Assistant Professor, Docent
  • SiC-FET gas sensors
  • Material and device characterization
  • Gas sensors for environmental monitoring and indoor air quality control

Contact: donatella.puglisi@liu.se , + 46 1328 1273, room P307

Dr Maria Francesca Santangelo

  • Principal Research Engineer
  • Graphene- and 2D materials-based sensors for liquid phase detection

Contact: francesca.santangelo@liu.se, room P313

Lida Khajavizadeh

  • PhD Student
  • SiC-FET gas sensors for harsh environments
  • Development, measurement and characterization

Contact: lida.khajavizadeh@liu.se , +46 1328 1372, room P315

Manuel Bastuck

  • joint PhD Student between Linköping University, Sweden, and Saarland University, Germany
  • Smart operation of SiC-FET and metal-oxide based sensors
  • Temperature cycling and gate bias cycling operation (TCO, BCO)
  • Advanced data evaluation

Contact: manuel.bastuck@liu.se, +46 1328 1372, room P315

Marius Rodner

  • PhD Student
  • Graphene and 2D materials based gas sensors

Contact: marius.rodner@liu.se, room P313

Project workers

Cecilia Gullström

  • TFYA17 project on SiC-FET gas sensors for ammonia detection in horse stables. Supervisors: Donatella Puglisi, Anita Lloyd Spetz (September-December 2017)

Adam Icardi

  • TFYA17 project on Graphene-based gas sensors for ammonia detection in horse stables. Supervisors: Jens Eriksson, Marius Rodner (September-December 2017)

Hsin-Yu (Tom) Chen

  • TFYA17 project on SiC-FET gas sensors for ethylene detection in food storage applications. Supervisors: Donatella Puglisi, Jens Eriksson (September-December 2017)

Philip Lange

  • Internship project in collaboration with SenSiC AB. Supervisor: Mike Andersson (SenSiC/LiU) (June-September 2017)

Former members

Prof. Yuki Hasegawa

  • Associate Professor at Saitama University, Japan
  • Visiting Researcher at Linköping University 2016-2017 (until September 1, 2017)

Contact: yuki@ees.saitama-u.ac.jp

Peter Möller

  • Research Engineer, PhD Student (until July 2017)
  • Hardware and software development
  • Measurement and data acquisition
  • Gas and vacuum systems

Contact:  peter.moller@liu.se, +46 1328 2019, room P314

Jasna Bahonjic

  • Research assistant (until December 2016)
  • Graphene and 2D materials based gas sensors

Dr Hossein Fashandi

  • Ph.D. defense on October 21, 2016
  • Processing and characterization of MAX material contacts to SiC-FET sensors
  • MXene as sensor material

Dr Christian Bur

  • Ph.D. defense on April 24, 2015
  • joint Ph.D. student between Linköping University, Sweden, and Saarland University, Germany
  • Smart operation of SiC-FET and metal oxide sensors
  • Temperature cycling and bias cycled operation (TCO, BCO)
  • Advanced data evaluation

Dr Zhafira Darmastuti

  • Post-Doc Researcher (until December 2014)
  • FET based sensors for SO 2, H 2 S, and methanol
  • Theoretical modelling of chemical reactions on sensor surfaces

Dr Robert Björklund

  • Senior Researcher (retired October 2014)
  • Soot sensors
  • FET ammonia sensors for control of SCR and SNCR in power plants
  • Electronic tongue

Dr Ruth Pearce (now Ruth Hill)

  • Assistant Professor (until March 2012)
  • Graphene-based gas sensors


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Last updated: 10/24/17