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  • Electrical conductivity in doped organic semiconductors deciphered

    Organic semiconductors enable the fabrication of large-scale printed and mechanically flexible electronic applications, and have already successfully established themselves on the market for displays in the form of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs). In order to break into further market segments more

  • New light shed on intensely studied material

    The organic polymer PEDOT is probably one of the world's most intensely studied materials. Despite this, researchers at Linköping University have now demonstrated that the material functions in a completely different manner than previously believed. The result has huge significance in many fields of more

  • Breakthrough in organic electronics

    The majority of our everyday electronics are based on inorganic semiconductors, such as silicon. Crucial to their function is a process called doping, which involves weaving impurities into the semiconductor to enhance its electrical conductivity. It is this that allows various components in solar c more

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EU Project helps boost “Organic” electronics

Light-up clothing, medical sensors and electronic wallpaper are just a few of the possible future applications that may be enabled by flexible and printable electronics using carbon-based materials. EXTMOS (EXTended Model of Organic Semiconductors), a €5 million pan-European collaborative resear ... more

Publications Organic Electronics

  • Excimers in organic electronics

    Excimers are aggregates of two atoms or molecules that can only form and exist in the excited state. They were discovered more than half a century ago. Since then they have been used with great success in industrial scale lasing applications and as molecular rulers in biotechnology. Conversely, exci more

  • I've got a feeling

    Biomaterials Sensory (or afferent) nerves bring sensations of touch, pain, or temperature variation to the central nervous system and brain. Using the tools and materials of organic electronics, Kim et al. combined a pressure sensor, a ring oscillator, and an ion gel–gated transistor to form an more

  • A bioinspired flexible organic artificial afferent nerve

    The distributed network of receptors, neurons, and synapses in the somatosensory system efficiently processes complex tactile information. We used flexible organic electronics to mimic the functions of a sensory nerve. Our artificial afferent nerve collects pressure information (1 to 80 kilopascals more

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