Organic Electronics

A section of Electronics (ISSN 2079-9292).

Section Information

Aims

Organic Electronics has been receiving increased attention at both an academic and an industrial level as a new branch of electronics enabling innovative application fields. The aim of this section is to provide researchers with a highly multidisciplinary platform where they can report and read about:

(i) Chemical and physical properties of materials, from small molecules to solution processable polymers;

(ii) Design and fabrication of novel devices based on organic materials, such as organic field effect transistors, organic solar cells or light emitting diodes, memory elements, thermoelectric generators, and others;

(iii) Development and optimization of novel fabrication procedures, both from the vapor or liquid phase, with particular attention towards high-throughput and cost-effective approaches;

(iv) Employment of the abovementioned devices in the realization of novel applications, from flexible circuits and displays to smart tags, flexible lab-on-a-chip, artificial skin, etc.

Subject Areas

The subject areas of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Novel Materials
  • Organic Field Effect Transistors
  • Organic Solar Cells
  • Organic Light Emitting Diodes
  • Organic Photo Detectors
  • Organic Memories
  • Printing technologies and devices
  • Highly Flexible Devices
  • Flexible Sensors and Biosensors
  • Flexible Energy Harvesting Devices
  • Wearable Devices based on Organic Materials
  • Artificial Skin and Soft Robotics
  • Stretchable Interconnects and Devices
  • Reliability Issues in Organic Devices
  • Epidermal Electronics
  • Edible Electronics

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