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Organic and hybrid transistors and electrochemical transistors: materials and devices

Mechanically flexible electronics is a bold vision of the future in-which electronics is omnipresent. It is a vision which includes inexpensive, conformal, biocompatible, and stretchable electronics, embedded into our natural surroundings, and present whenever needed.

Scope:

This symposium will represent the latest developments in this field of organic and hybrid thin film electronics, including:

  • Design and synthesis of new semiconductors.
  • Novel semiconductor growth and processing strategies.
  • Controlling microstructure and understanding structure-property-function relationships.
  • Design and application of new dopants.
  • Proof of principle demonstrations of new transistor designs.
  • Interface engineering in transistors.
  • Non-planar and mechanically flexible electronics.
  • Spectroscopy of transistor materials.
  • Multi-functional transistors, such as phototransistors and gas sensors.
  • Transistors for non von Neumann computing.
  • Bioelectronic devices for sensing and treatment.
  • Exploiting quantum mechanical phenomena (such as ballistic transport and tunnelling) in transistors.
  • Device physics of thin film transistors.
  • Charge transport models for organic / hybrid semiconductors.
  • Integrated circuits based on organic / hybrid transistors.

Hot topics to be covered by the symposium:

  • Electronic skin
  • Printable electronics
  • Neuromorphic electronics
  • Metal halide perovskite transistors
  • Beyond PEDOT:PSS organic electrochemical transistors
  • Rising Stars Session

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Symposium organizers
Alexandra F. PATERSONUniversity of Kentucky

Centre for Applied Energy Research #216, 2540 Research Park Drive, Lexington, KY 40511, USA

alexandra.paterson@uky.edu
Björn LUESSEMUniversität Bremen

Institut für Mikrosensoren, -aktoren und -systeme (IMSAS) FB1: Physik/Elektrotechnik, Gebäude NW1 Ost, Otto-Hahn-Allee 1, D-28359 Bremen, Germany

bluessem@imsas.uni-bremen.de
Christian NIELSENQueen Mary University of London

School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS, UK

c.b.nielsen@qmul.ac.uk
John LABRAM (Main organizer)University College London

Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Torrington Place, London, WC1E 7JE, U.K.

j.labram@ucl.ac.uk