Founded in 2009 by organic electronics research scientists, Ossila aims to provide the components, equipment, and materials to enable intelligent and efficient scientific research and discovery. Over a decade on, we're proud to supply our products to over 1000 different institutions in over 80 countries globally.
With decades of academic and industrial experience in developing organic and thin-film LEDs, photovoltaics, and FETs, we know how long it takes to establish a reliable and efficient device fabrication and testing process. As such, we have developed coherent packages of products and services - enabling researchers to jump-start their organic electronics development program.
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We are actively expanding our team and are seeking passionate individuals to join us on our mission to accelerate scientific progress. Check for jobs in Sheffield, jobs in Leiden, or jobs in Bengaluru and send us your application today!
As a leading provider of materials and equipment for organic electronics research, we are committed to fostering a dynamic and innovative work environment. Whether you're an experienced professional or just starting your career, we offer a range of exciting opportunities across various departments, including research and development, manufacturing, digital marketing, and customer support. We value diversity, collaboration, and continuous learning, and we encourage individuals who are driven by curiosity and a desire to make a positive impact to apply. Join us at Ossila and be a part of the cutting-edge advancements in the field of organic electronics and materials science.
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The Ossila Team
Prof. David Lidzey - Chairman
As professor of physics at the University of Sheffield, Prof. David Lidzey heads the university’s Electronic and Photonic Molecular Materials research group (EPMM). During his career, David has worked in both academic and technical environments, with his main areas of research including organic and inorganic solution processable semiconductors, photovoltaic and light emitting devices, and the physics and applications of organic-exciton polaritons. Throughout his academic career, he has supervised over 20 PhD students, authored almost 300 peer-reviewed papers with his work attracting over 14,000 citations.
Dr. James Kingsley - Managing Director
James is a co-founder and managing director of Ossila. With a PhD in quantum mechanics/nanotech and over 12 years’ experience in organic electronics, his work on the fabrication throughput of organic photovoltaics led to the formation of Ossila and the establishment of a strong guiding ethos: to speed up the pace of scientific discovery. James is particularly interested in developing innovative equipment and improving the accessibility of new materials for solution-processable photovoltaics and hybrid organic-inorganic devices.
Dr. Alastair Buckley - Technical Director
Alastair is a lecturer of Physics at the University of Sheffield, specialising in organic electronics and photonics. He is also a member of the EPMM research group with a focus on understanding and applying the intrinsic advantages of functional organic materials to a range of optoelectronic devices. Alastair’s experience has not been gained solely in academia; he previously led the R&D team at MicroEmissive Displays and therefore has extensive technical experience in OLED displays. He is also the editor and contributor of "Organic Light-Emitting Diodes" by Elsevier.
Our research scientists and product developers have significant experience in the synthesis and processing of materials and the fabrication and testing of devices. The vision behind Ossila is to share this experience with academic and industrial researchers alike, and to make their research more efficient. By providing products and services that take the hard work out of the device fabrication process, and the equipment to enable accurate, rapid testing, we can free scientists to focus on what they do best - science.
The customer care team is responsible for the customer journey at Ossila. From creating and providing quotes, through to procurement and inventory management, the customer care team is devoted to providing first class customer service. The general day to day responsibilities of a customer care team member involves processing customers orders and price queries, answering customer enquiries, arranging the shipment of parcels and notifying customers of updates on their orders.
Ossila is pleased to be involved in the below projects as an industrial collaboration partner.
|University of Loughborough||Prof. Mike Walls||SuperSolar Consortium||2012 - 2017|
|Imperial College London||Prof. Jenny Nelson||Perovskite Photovoltaics||2015 - 2018|
|University of Sheffield||Prof. David Lidzey||Industrial Sponsor of PhD Student, Emma Spooner||2017 - 2021|
|University of Liverpool||Prof. Ken Durose||Centre for Doctoral Training in New and Sustainable PV||2014 - 2023|
Please contact the customer care team for all enquires, including technical questions about Ossila products or for advice on fabrication and measurement processes.
Location and Facilities
Ossila Ltd. is based at the Solpro Business Park in Sheffield, England, and our subsidiary company, Ossila BV is based at Leiden BioScience Park in the Netherlands.
We operate a purpose-built synthetic chemistry and device testing laboratory on site in Sheffield, where all of our high-purity, batch-specific polymers and other formulations are made. This is complemented by a dedicated suite of thin-film and organic electronics testing and analysis tools within the device fabrication cluster housed in a class 1000 cleanroom in the EPSRC National Epitaxy Facility.
All our electronic equipment is manufactured on-site.