Group Manager, Project Manager
Group Manager, Project Manager
Petronella Norberg work as as Group Manager and Project Manager at the Department for Printed Electronics in Norrköping. The projects cover printed logic circuits, display technologies, hybrid solutions (printed electronics combined with chip technology), bioelectronics and bioprinting. Petronella Norberg has conducted national, international, industrial and academic collaborations including FP7 projects. Petronella Norberg has a PhD in Applied Physics and previous experience in the fields of catalysis, surface physics and micro-machining.
Sani, N., Robertsson, M., Cooper, P., Wang, X., Svensson, M., Andersson Ersman, P., Norberg, P., Nilsson, M., Nilsson, D., Xianjie, L., Hesselbom, H., Akesso, L., Fahlman, M., Crispin, X., Engquist, I., Berggren, M., and Gustafsson, G., published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), vol. 111, pp. 11943-11948, 2014
Our Printed Biosensor platform is currently displayed on a temporary exhibition about Sensor Platforms at the London Science Museum. There is a great need for robust, disposable sensor systems that are easy to use and manufacture. Especially for application areas such as health care/point of care, food safety, environmental monitoring and agriculture. Acreo Swedish ICT has developed as an unique printed biosensor concept, in cooperation with Linkoping University. The biosensor includes printed...
In 2001, Acreo Swedish ICT managed to produce a functional printed diode. until now, the mystery of how the diode can function in the GHz band has remained unsolved. The diode forms the missing link between mobile phones and printed labels. With an article published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science in the United States of America (PNAS), a thirteen-year-long mystery that has involved a long series of researchers at both Linköping University and Acreo Swedish ICT has...
Biosensors that can be used to monitor the health and warn of disease could soon be worn in every pocket. Printing them directly on plastic or paper enable the manufacture of them for 50 Eurocent, according to researchers at Acreo Swedish ICT and Linköping University. The fully functional prototype developed uses electrically conductive materials as "inks" to print battery, sensor and displays which are integrated with flex electronic circuits. The next version will have all printed components...
Over 13 years of research conducted by Acreo Printed Electronics and Laboratory of Organic Electronics, Linköping University, was covered in a major article in OPE Journal in their last issue for 2014. The article presents the development from the first functional printed diode to the latest discovery of why and how the diode actually works. Go to OPE Journal November issue 2014
The printed, disposable, integrated biosensor is developed by Acreo Swedish ICT in co-operation with Prof Anthony Turner and his team at Linköping University. SVT Östnytt visited Printed Electronics Arena and Acreo Swedish ICT in Norrköping to take a closer look at the biosensor. SVT Östnytt: Biosensorn hittar sjukdomen
The printed, disposable, integrated biosensor is developed by Acreo in co-operation with Prof Anthony Turner and his team at Linköping University. We have constructed a fully functional prototype and are now looking for commercial partners to bring the innovation to the market. Read more in Ny Teknik (in swedish).