Special Issue "Organic Semiconductors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 January 2014)
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Prof. Dr. Mohan Jacob
Electronic Materials Research Lab, College of Science and Engineering, Technology and Engineering, James Cook University, Townsville, QLD 4811, Australia
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Interests: polymer thin films; plasma polymerisation; biocompatibility; biotechnology; biofouling; electronic materials; organic semiconductors; microwave characterisation of superconductors and dielectric materials
Organic Semiconductors: Past, Present and Future
Over the last few years Organic Semiconducting industry showed significant growth in many areas dominated by conventional electronics. The foremost advantage of organic materials is that they are cheap, lightweight and flexible. In addition, the fabrication of organic materials from a defined molecular precursor using inkjet−printing technology is simple, bypassing the need for advanced semiconductor processing techniques. Organic thin films have already found confirmed and reliable applications in flexible displays, solar cells and biomedical applications, including implantable devices. Low cost materials, compatible with current organic electronic fabrication techniques and which improve device performance are in strong demand.
This special issue of Organic Semiconductors will cover Materials, Fabrication Techniques, Characterization, Devices and market adoption of Organic Semiconductors. This special issue will publish both original research papers and review papers in the field of research.
Dr. Mohan Jacob
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- organic field effect transistors
- organic light emitting diodes
- organic solar cells
- implantable devices
- flexible electronics
- charge transport
- charge transporting materials