Printed Electronics

Printing of thin-film transistors is one of the major research topics in the area of printed electronics since many years. One of the reasons is that transistors are basic components for integrated circuits and switches and thus the basis for most of the electronics and especially consumer electronics available nowadays. They are considered as most important electronic device and the key enabler of the digital revolution.

Our research group has been focused in the electrical characterization of ink-jet printed devices circuits. Among the issues being addressed are the operational.

Recent publications in Printed Electronics

Kalyan Yoti Mitra et al., "Inkjet printed metal insulator semiconductor (MIS) diodes for organic and flexible electronic application" Flex. Print. Electron. 2 015003 (2017)

Pritesh Gokhale et al.,"Controlling the crack formation in inkjet-printed silver nanoparticle thin-films for high resolution patterning using intense pulsed light treatment", Nanotechnology 28 495301 (2017)

Merces, L., de Oliveira, R. F., Gomes, H. L., and Bof Bufon, C. C. (2017). The role of the electrode configuration on the electrical properties of small-molecule semiconductor thin-films. Org. Electron. physics, Mater. Appl. 49