The Orgiu Research Group

Post-doctoral fellows

Jing, Jiang

B.Sc. Taiyuan Institute of Technology, China, 2015
M.Sc. Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China, 2018
Ph.D. University of Strasbourg, France, 2022

Research topic:


Inkjet-printed organic thermoelectric devices.

About Jiang:

Jiang joined the group in July 2022, to work on inkjet-printed organic thermoelectric devices.

He received his Ph.D. from the University of Strasbourg in 2022. His previous research experience focused on charge transport and exciton dynamic in organic materials.

In addition, he likes hiking and playing basketball.


Graduate students

Eryilmaz, Ilknur

B.Sc. Yildiz Technical University, 2013
M.Sc. Yildiz Technical University, 2016

Research topic:
She works on 2D polymer semiconductors, and her work also focuses on doping processes in organics for thermoelectric applications.

About Ilknur:
Ilknur joined the group in January 2018.
She received her M.Sc. from Yildiz Technical University in 2016.
Prior to joining our lab, she worked on polymer film nanofabrications via self-assembly.

In addition, she likes watercolor painting and spending time in nature.

Email: ilknur.eryilmaz(at)inrs.ca
Office #: 1566
Phone #: +1-514-228-6896

Yang, Zuchong

B.Sc. University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, 2016
M.Sc. University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, 2019

Research topic: Organic magnetoresistance / 2D-based devices


About Zuchong:

Zuchong joined the group in September 2019. He received his M.Sc. from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China in 2019. During his M.Sc., Zuchong worked on organic field-effect transistors and functional devices.

In addition, he likes reading, classical music, and doing sports, especially football, and basketball.

Email: zuchong.yang(at)inrs.ca
Office #: 108
Phone #: +1-514-228-6983

Hamdi, Anoir

B.Sc. Physics University of Monastir_ Tunisia, 2016
M.Sc. Physics (specialty materials and nanostructures) University of Monastir-Tunisia, 2018

Research topic: 2D-material based devices / thermoelectric characterization of materials


About Anoir:

Anoir joined the group in September 2019, to work on the characterization of charge and spin transport as well as thermoelectricity in organic semiconductors.

He received his M.Sc. from the University of Monastir in November 2018. His M.Sc. graduation work focused on the study of the first growth stages of GaN on r-Al2O3 substrate by Metallorganic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD). Further, he did a two-month internship at the Georgia Institute of Technology located on the Technopole of Metz (France).

Anoir likes to play sports and to go on trips

Email: anoir.hamdi(at)inrs.ca
Office #: 2002
Phone #: +1-514-228-6971

Shagar, Mostafa

B.Sc. Physics University of Sheffield 2019
M.Sc. Physics University of Sheffield 2020

Research Topic: Polariton interactions in 2D materials

About Mostafa:

Mostafa joined the group in September 2020 to study the effect of strong coupling on transport characteristics of 2D materials. 

He received his M.Sc. from the University of Sheffield in 2020 where he worked on the optical properties of nanophotonic structures. In addition, Mostafa likes standup comedy, reading, and cooking

Email: mostafa.shagar(at)inrs.ca
Office #: 214B
Phone#: +1-514-228-6866

Berteau-Rainville, Michaël

B.Sc. Concordia University, 2020
M.Sc. INRS-EMT (fast-tracked to Ph.D. in 2022)

Research Topic: Doping of organic semiconductors (mechanisms, characterization, application in devices such as thermoelectrics); coupling of charge carriers in organic semiconductors

About Michaël:

Michaël joined the group in June 2020 to work on the coupling of electrons in organic semiconductors for a M.Sc and to pursue diverse works on the doping of organic semiconductors. He fast-tracked to a Ph.D. in May 2022.

He received his B. Sc. from Concordia University in 2020 where he worked on the doping of organic semiconductors using Lewis acids. He is interested in using and combining theoretical, computational and experimental approaches to understand and solve problems.

In addition, he is interested science popularization.  

Email: michael.berteau-rainville(at)inrs.ca
Office #: 2034
Phone#: +1-514-228-4028

B.Sc. Universidad Tenológica de Pereira, Colombia (2022)

Research Topic: 2D materials based devices

About Sebastian:

Sebastian briefly joined the group on June 4th 2022 as a MITACS intern. During this internship participated in the fabrication of Van der Waals heterostructures of 2 crystal phases of MoTe2.

Prior to that, Sebastian studied Kinetic Monte Carlo simulation of the growing stages of GaAs quantum dots. He rejoined the group in January 2023 as a Masters student.

Sebastian likes to work out, cook and hike.