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LinXole AB was established 2021 in Linköping, Sweden. The company is initiated from Linköping University.

Our mission

Improve the stability of third-generation photovoltaic cells. Solar energy is a direct tie to the UN Global Goal 7 (Affordable and clean energy). Perovskite and organic solar cells are expected to introduce affordable, flexible solar cells and enable innovative solutions such as vehicles and building-integrated solar cells where it was previously hardly possible. This ties into Global Goal 9 (Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure). The key challenge to these emerging photovoltaic technologies is their inferior stability.



Feng Gao (Ph.D.)


Feng Gao works as a full professor at Linköping since 2020. Before that, he was associate professor (2017-2020), assistant professor (2015-2017), and Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellow (2013-2015) at Linköping. He received his Docent from Linköping University in 2016 and his Ph.D. degree from the University of Cambridge in 2011. He received several prestigious awards and fellowships, for example, ERC Starting Grant in 2016, Wallenberg Academy Fellow in 2017, SSF Future Research Leader in 2020, Tage Erlander Prize (awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences) in 2020.

Feng Wang (Ph.D.)


Feng Wang works as an assistant professor at Linköping University (Sweden) since 2018. Before that, he was VINNMER Fellow (Sweden, 2017) and Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellow (European Commission, 2018). He received the Docent in 2022. He received several funding supports, including VR Starting grant (2018) and Research grant (2022) from Swedish Research Council, STINT, Formas network grant, Olle Engkvists Stiftelse, and Carl Tryggers Stiftelse.

Zhangjun Hu (Ph.D.)


Zhangjun Hu has a background in chemistry and received his Ph.D. (2008) in chemistry from Anhui University, China, followed by Postdocs at Tongji University, China, and Linköping University. He received his Docent from Linköping University in 2018. He now is an Associate Professor at Linköping University. He is an active chemist in interdisciplinary fields and his work spans the design and development of synthetic molecules, organic/inorganic hybrid complexes, and nanomaterials utilized in a wide range of applications, including sustainable energy, biomedical imaging and sensing, and cancer diagnosis and therapy.

Tiankai Zhang (Ph.D.)


Tiankai Zhang got the bachelor’s degree from Nanjing University and Ph.D. degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Linköping University. He has rich experience and strong background in organic and inorganic semiconductor device physics. Particularly, he has focused on the stability improvement of perovskite solar cells for around 8 years. Now in LinXole AB he acts as an engineer to develop stable and efficient transport layer solutions for perovskite solar cells as well as large scale modules. He also coordinates the third-party certification on the optimized materials and products in the company to promote the commercialization process.