Special Issue "Recent Advances in Organic Bioelectronics and Sensors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 July 2015).
Interests: organic electronics: OLEDs, all-organic/hybrid optical bio(chemical) sensors, sensor arrays, lab-on-a chip, organic bioelectronics, organic & hybrid solar cells and photodetectors
Interests: sensor devices, inkjet printed electronic devices, memory devices, organic and hybrid solar cells, and OLEDs
Recent progress in the various branches of organic electronics has prompted increasing interest in their utilization for addressing the need for lightweight, inexpensive, and field-deployable versatile bioelectronic devices, such as sensors and photo-detectors. Therefore, the field of organic bioelectronics and sensors is drawing increasing interest within the organic electronics community. In particular, the exploration of chemical, ionic, electronic, and opto-electronic attributes of organic and bio-inspired materials, and their incorporation in biomedical and sensing applications, has drawn special attention. This Special Issue will, therefore, address recent advances in this rapidly growing field. Topics include organic materials in tissue engineering, cell growth, and drug delivery; luminescent conjugated polymers in disease detection; bio-inspired systems and biomaterials in biotechnology and medical applications; organic electroactive materials in actuators; OLED-, OFET-, and hybrid organic/inorganic transistors-based (bio)chemical sensors; organic semiconductor lasers for analytical applications; organic semiconductors in image, strain, pressure, and temperature sensors; tunable multicolor OLED arrays in on-chip spectrophotometers; organic photo-detectors; and flexible/stretchable electronics for large-area sensors and actuators. Case studies, reviews, and research papers on these and related topics are invited.
Prof. Dr. Ruth Shinar
Prof. Dr. Emil J.W. List-Kratochvil
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- Organic bioelectronics: tissue engineering, drug delivery, medical implants and sensors
- Cell growth on organic semiconductors; organic/biological interfaces
- Bio-inspired systems and materials in biotechnology and medical applications
- Conducting and luminescent conjugated polymers in biosensors and disease detection
- Integrated OLED-based sensors and sensor systems
- OTFTs, organic electrochemical transistors, and hybrid organic/inorganic transistors in (bio)chemical sensing
- Organic and hybrid organic/inorganic semiconductors in strain, pressure, and temperature sensors
- Organic semiconductor lasers for analytical applications
- Flexible/stretchable/conformable electronics for large-area sensors and actuators
- Array technologies in organic electronics: microfluidics, nanoscale, and lab-on-a-chip
- Organic photo-detectors and image sensors
- Integrated sensor labels for fast screening
- Capacitive and resistive sensors