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Morten Madsen

Associate Professor, University of Southern Denmark


Obtained his PhD degree in 2009 from the University of Southern Denmark (SDU). Was from 2010-2011 postdoc at UC Berkeley in Prof. Ali Javey research lab, with a focus on nanoscale transistors from III-V semiconductors. Is since 2014 Associate Professor at SDU, where he is the Head of the OPV group and the SDU Roll-to-Roll facility. Coordinator and PI on a number of international and national projects, for example the FP7 ITN project THINFACE, the EU Interreg 5A project RollFlex and the DFF FTP project React-PV. Main research interests within organic and hybrid photovoltaics, including a wide range of related material systems as well as device up-scaling from R2R technology. He holds more than 50 peer-reviewed publications on these topics and is co-editor of the book ‘Devices from Hybrid and Organic Materials’, part of the 'World Scientific Reference of Hybrid Materials' 2019 book series.