Advancement in organic nanofiber based transistors

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The focus of this project is to study the light emission from nanofiber based organic light-emitting transistors (OLETs) with the overall aim of developing efficient, nanoscale light sources with different colors integrated on-chip.
The research performed here regards the fabrication and characterization of OLETs using the organic semiconductors para-hexaphenylene (p6P), 5,5´-Di-4-biphenyl-2,2´-bithiophene (PPTTPP) and 5,5'-bis(naphth-2-yl)-2,2'-bithiophene (NaT2). These molecules can self-assemble forming molecular crystalline nanofibers. Organic nanofibers can form the basis for light-emitters for future nanophotonic applications, due to their many interesting optoelectronic properties, such as polarized photo- and electroluminescence, waveguiding and emission color tunability. A simple roll printing technique1 has allowed us to implement these nanofibers in different types of devices. Multicolor device is obtained by printing two different types of fibers onto the same device2. Improvement of charge injection in these devices and thereby a lower driving voltage amplitude has been obtained by implementing a self-assembled monolayer (SAM).
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato26. maj 2014
Antal sider1
StatusUdgivet - 26. maj 2014
BegivenhedE-MRS Spring Meeting 2014 - Lille, Frankrig
Varighed: 26. maj 201430. maj 2014

Konference

KonferenceE-MRS Spring Meeting 2014
LandFrankrig
ByLille
Periode26/05/201430/05/2014

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Jensen, P. B. W., Kjelstrup-Hansen, J., Tavares, L., & Rubahn, H-G. (2014). Advancement in organic nanofiber based transistors. Poster session præsenteret på E-MRS Spring Meeting 2014, Lille, Frankrig.
Jensen, Per Baunegaard With ; Kjelstrup-Hansen, Jakob ; Tavares, Luciana ; Rubahn, Horst-Günter. / Advancement in organic nanofiber based transistors. Poster session præsenteret på E-MRS Spring Meeting 2014, Lille, Frankrig.1 s.
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Jensen, PBW, Kjelstrup-Hansen, J, Tavares, L & Rubahn, H-G 2014, 'Advancement in organic nanofiber based transistors', E-MRS Spring Meeting 2014, Lille, Frankrig, 26/05/2014 - 30/05/2014.

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2014. Poster session præsenteret på E-MRS Spring Meeting 2014, Lille, Frankrig.

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