Product Developer/Designer

17 July, 2017

Our solar cells opens up for new application areas for solar cells and now we’re looking for an innovative product developer to design our new products.


  • Work close with our partners to design products with integrated solar cells
  • Drive innovation in our verification projects
  • Plan and follow up status of our developed components

Skills & Wish list

  • Bachelor’s degree and/or MSc in Industrial Design Engineering or equivalent experience
  • Experience with designing and developing high-tech products in close collaboration with customers
  • Strong innovative mind
  • You’re creative, get stuff done, have great energy, and thrive in a fast-paced startup environment.

Small scale coating engineer

16 July, 2017

To tune the coating conditions to achieve optimal performance from our solar cells we look for a small scale coating engineer. Preferably you have experience in slot-die coating and construction of organic electronic devices. As a small scale coating engineer you will plan, execute and report the results of your findings. As a person you are analytical and enjoys practical lab work.


Device engineer

16 July, 2017

To optimize the material performance of our solar cells we look for a device engineer with the right skills and dedication. Preferable you have experience from organic electronics in general and in organic solar cells specifically. You have a degree in physics, chemistry, materials science or similar and are considered a meticulous person. As a device engineer you feel at home in the lab and will go that extra mile to reach the set goals.


Svenska Dagbladet (SvD) writes about Epishine

5 July, 2017

Svenska Dagbladet (SvD) writes an editorial about Epishine and the cluster of organic electronics companies gathered in East Sweden.

Some translated quotes:

“I promise you. A regular working week in Norrköping means more than the political weeks in Almedalen and Järvafältet together.”

“Did you know that Sweden is the world leader in printed electronics? Where we used to etch circuit boards with hazardous chemicals and severe environmental damage, one can now print electronics in machines reminiscent of old paper prints. The product is literally leafy and flexible, manufactured at a quarter of the cost and almost without impact on the environment.”

“And if you list the most promising Swedish entrepreneurs, at least three companies in printed electronics will be in the top layer.” – DP Patterning, Epishine and InviSense.

“All three come from Norrköping, and are part of a local cluster of companies that grow within printed electronics. They will change your everyday lives more than Social Democratic Minister Mikael Damberg’s all seminars during politics week.”

SvD is a daily multi–channel newspaper with Sweden’s second largest circulation per day.

Read the full article »



Epishine is hiring!

4 July, 2017

Epishine is looking for talents within coating and roll-to-roll manufacturing of organic solar cells. Se section “Career”.


R2R process development

4 July, 2017

You have a background of organic/printed electronic devices and characterization. Preferably also experience within R2R lamination/encapsulation and electronic contacting of flexible foils.

You will work on design, fabrication and characterization of flexible organic solar modules. You will focus on development of the roll to roll production processes for coating, lamination of barrier foils, module segmentation and contacting of solar modules.


Slot-die coating

4 July, 2017

You have experience of printed electronic devices and characterization thereof. Preferably also experience within roll-to-roll manufacturing and earlier work with organic solar cells and slot-die coating.

You will work on design, fabrication and characterization of flexible organic solar modules in the lab scale and transfer the results to large scale roll-to-roll production using slot-die coating.

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Interview with Emma at the 33-listan final

5 April, 2017

Yesterday Epishine was presented as one of the winners of 33-listan at Münchenbryggeriet in Stockholm. The list is based on over 200 nominations from companies all over Sweden, from Malmö in the South to Skellefteå in the North and lists Sweden’s 33 hottest tech companies 2017.

Our Emma was interviewed by a camera team. In short she says:

It feels great to be on the 33-listan. It proves that not only do we believe in our technology but also other competent people. 

Epishine develops organic solar cells, based on research the past 20 years which now have reached a level where we can produce them for real. We print small plastic pieces that can replace the batteries in IoT-devices like sensors.

The future looks bright. Say in five years, then we have built a factory that prints photovoltaic with a corresponding capacity as a nuclear plant every month. That feels great!


Emma, one of the keynote speakers at Great Environment Day

14 February, 2017

Today Sweden’s Engineers holds the the annual Great Environment Day. This year’s call focuses on: The human impact on the climate – the engineers’ challenge. The day ends with the distribution of the Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers annual Environmental Award.

Epishine’s Emma Woxlin was one of the keynote speakers and got a huge response regarding the potential of Epishine’s organic solar cells.


Epishine one of Sweden’s 33 most promising technology companies!

8 February, 2017

Yesterday we participated in the first regional finale for this years 33-list.

“33-listan” is a yearly list with Sweden’s 33 most promising technology companies.

It was a fantastic event, and the other companies in the finale had very strong business cases, so it was a great honor to be chosen as the winners. Epishine is now on this year’s 33-list!