Docent of Organic Bioelectronics, Linköping University, Sweden
Day: Thursday October 18th
Place: Hall C, Chemical Center, Naturvetarvägen 14
Recent decades have seen the rise of a range of tools and technologies for interfacing technological and biological systems. There has been a consistent focus on animal and mammalian applications, particularly relating to neuroscience, and organic electronics have emerged as an ideal component in these applications. However, we have recently shown that organic electronics can also be applied to augment plant systems, brining decades of anthropocentric R&D to the plant kingdom. In this talk, I will introduce our recent advances and results in animal-focused and plant-focused “panbio-electronics”.
After the lecture you are welcome to an informal reception at the Centre for Analysis and Synthesis (CAS), where you can meet the lecturer and other attendants. Pea-soup with punsch and pancakes will be traditionally served (50 SEK). Please register for the reception by e-mail to niklas.warlin 'at' chem.lu.se no later than Monday Oct 15th.
The lecture is open to the public and will be in English. Entrance E at Naturvetarvägen 14 will be held open a short time before the lecture for visitors without access-cards.