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Researcher Profile

Dr. Johannes Bintinger DI

Dr. Johannes Bintinger DI

Function

Scientist

Center

MD

Competence Unit

Biosensor Technologies

Address

UFT, Konrad-Lorenz-Straße 24, 3430 Tulln

Career

Field: Molecular Diagnostics

Main Research: Bioelectronics

Experience: Organic Synthesis Organic Electronic Devices (OLEDs, OFETs, Biosensors) Biosensors Johannes Bintinger received his Master’s degree in Technical Chemistry from the TU Wien (Austria) in 2011, based on his work on C-H activation of triarylamines and oligothiophenes (Prof. Johannes Fröhlich). In spring 2016, he earned his PhD (TU Wien), for his work "on the design and synthesis of novel organic semiconductors towards their applications in organic electronics applications" such as self-assembled monolayer field-effect transistors (SAMFETs), organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), printed organic field-effect transistors (OFETs) and (gas-) sensors (in collaboration with Prof. Ioannis Kymissis at Columbia University, NY, USA). Later that year, he joined the team of Prof. Wolfgang Knoll (AIT, CEST) in the BioSensor Technologies group as a postdoctoral researcher, where he worked on a novel optoelectronic sensor platform which combines SPR and EG-FET methods in a single analytical device thus enabling simultaneous, lable-free, real-time measurements of mass and charge. This tool allows for new insights into biosensing processes which are beyond the scope of each individual tool. In an industry oriented project he developed a biomimetic and polymer based digital IoT-smell sensor capable of discriminating various real-world odors in less than 15 s. This research is currently being commercialized. Since summer of 2019, Johannes also joined the Laboratory of Organic Electronics at LIU under the supervision of Prof. Magnus Berggren conducting research on the next generation of organic electronic ion pumps and focusing on solving the current size limitation of the iontronic transport. Since January 2021 he is the CEO of "n-Ink"; a material science start-up company providing dedicated n-type inks of unprecedented electronic performance for printed electronics, internet of things and bioelectronics applications.

  • 2016-: Scientist
    AIT / Austria
  • 2019-: PostDoc
    Linköping University / Sweden
  • 2021-: CEO
    n-Ink / Sweden
  • 2014: Marietta Blau Grant
  • 2012: Marshall Plan Scholarship
  • 2012: Excellence Scholarship
  • 2019: Erwin Schrödinger Fellowship
  • 2021: Finalist Falling Walls Venture

Publications

  • Oxadiazole based bipolar host materials employing planarized triarylamine donors for RGB PHOLEDs with low efficiency roll-off
    Author(s): Kautny, P.; Lumpi*, D.; Wang, Y.; Tissot, A.; Bintinger, J.; Horkel, E.; Stoeger, B.; Hametner, C.;Hagemann, H.; Ma, D.; Fröhlich, J.
    Journal: J. Mater. Chem. C (2014)
  • Substituted triphenylamines as building blocks for star shaped organic electronic materials
    Author(s): Lumpi, D.; Holzer, B.; Bintinger, J.; Horkel*, E.; Waid, S.; Marchetti-Deschmann, M.; Hametner, C.; Bertagnolli, E.; Kymissis, I.; Fröhlich, J.
    Journal: J. New J. Chem. (2015)
  • Pneumatic Nozzle Printing as a Versatile Approach to Crystal Growth Management and Patterning of Printed Organic Thin Film Transistors
    Author(s): Yang, S.; Park, S.; Bintinger, J.; Bonnassieux, Y.; Kymissis*, I.
    Journal: SID Symp. Dig. Tech. Pap. (2016)
  • Color Fine-Tuning of Optical Materials Through Rational Design
    Author(s): Bintinger*,‡, J; Holzer, B.‡; Lumpi, D.; Choi, C.; Kim, Y.; Stöger, B.; Hametner, C.; Marchetti-Deschmann, M.; Plasser, F.; Horkel, E.; Kymissis, I.; Fröhlich, J.
    Journal: ChemPhysChem (2017)
  • Synthesis, characterization and printing application of alkylated indolo[3,2-b]carbazoles
    Author(s): Bintinger*,‡, J.; Yang, S.; Fruhmann, P.; Holzer, B.; Stöger, B.; Svirkova, A.; Marchetti-Deschmann; Horkel, E.; Hametner, C.; Fröhlich, J.; Kymissis, I.; Mikula, H.
    Journal: Synthetic Metals (2017)
  • Inexpensive, versatile and robust USB-driven sensor platform
    Author(s): Bintinger‡, J.; Yang‡, S.; Park, S.; Jain, S.; Alexandrou, K.; Fruhmann, P.; Besar, K.; Katz, H.; Kymissis*, I.
    Journal: IEEE Sensors Letters (2017)
  • Green and highly efficient synthesis of perylene and naphthalene bisimides in nothing but water
    Author(s): Baumgartner, B.; Svirkova, A.; Bintinger, J.; Hametner, C.; Marchetti-Deschmann, M.; Unterlass*, M.
    Journal: Chemical Communications (2017)
  • Employing Pneumatic Nozzle Printing for Controlling the Crystal Growth of Small Molecule Organic Semiconductor for Field-Effect Transistors
    Author(s): Yang, S.; Park, S.; Bintinger, J.; Bonnassieux, Y.; Anthony, J.; Kymissis, I.;
    Journal: Advanced Electronic Materials, 4 (2018) ; 1700534
  • Iontronic Drug delivery (to be disclosed)
    Inventor: Johannes Bintinger and Co
    Submission Date: 24.02.2020
    Issue Date: 22.09.2021
  • FET-SPR (JACS publication)
    Inventor: Johannes Bintinger and Co
    Submission Date: 08.05.2020
    Issue Date: 22.09.2021

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