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Organic transistors for flexible electronics [electronic resource] : fabrication and device physics / Yoonyoung Chung.

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Author/Creator:
Chung, Yoonyoung.
Language:
English.
Publication date:
2011
Imprint:
2011.
Format:
  • Book, Thesis
  • 1 online resource.
Note:
Submitted to the Department of Electrical Engineering.
Note:
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Stanford University, 2011.
Summary:
Organic semiconductors have shown promising potentials in flexible electronics. Because the materials can be directly fabricated on flexible plastic substrates at low temperatures, researchers envision development of novel flexible applications, such as flexible displays, flexible circuits, and conformal sensors. In order to develop these practical devices, organic transistor technologies should provide reliable fabrication processes and mature techniques to control the electrical characteristics of each device. In this dissertation, I will discuss several methods to overcome these issues. First, I have demonstrated high-capacitance gate dielectric using atomic layer deposition. This low-temperature process was used to fabricate low-voltage and high-performance flexible organic transistors and inverters. I will also present controlling current-voltage characteristics of organic transistors from the device physics point of view.
Contributor:
Bao, Zhenan, primary advisor.
Murmann, Boris, primary advisor.
Nishi, Yoshio, advisor.
Stanford University. Department of Electrical Engineering

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