Organic Electronics: Materials, Manufacturing and Applications

Organic Electronics: Materials, Manufacturing and Applications

Editor(s): Hagen Klauk

Published Online: 28 AUG 2006

Print ISBN: 9783527312641

Online ISBN: 9783527608751

DOI: 10.1002/3527608753

About this Book

Edited and written by the leading researchers and engineers from such companies as Philips, 3M, Xerox, Infineon, PlasticLogic, Eastman Kodak, Dupont, AIXTRON, and Hueck Folien, this book presents unrivalled and undiluted expertise from those who know best how to assess the risks, opportunities and where this technology is really heading.
As such, this practical approach complements the more scientific and fundamentals-oriented literature on the market by providing readers with a first-hand insight into industrial activities to commercialize organic electronics. Following an introduction to the topic, including the history, motivation, benefits and potentials, it reviews recent advances and covers all three important facets of organic electronics: the chemical compounds and materials, manufacturing techniques, and the resulting devices together with their current applications.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Introduction

  2. Part II: Advanced Materials for Organic Electronics

  3. Part III: Manufacturing for Organic Electronics

    1. Chapter 8

      Reel-to-reel Vacuum Metallization (pages 181–202)

      Roland Treutlein, Martin Bergsmann and Carl J. Stonley

    2. Chapter 11

      Thin-film Transistor Fabrication by Digital Lithography (pages 271–293)

      William S. Wong, Jürgen H. Daniel, Michael L. Chabinyc, Ana Claudia Arias, Steven E. Ready and René Lujan

    3. Chapter 12

      Manufacturing of Organic Transistor Circuits by Solution-based Printing (pages 294–322)

      Henning Sirringhaus, Christoph W. Sele, Timothy von Werne and Catherine Ramsdale

  4. Part IV: Devices, Applications, and Products

    1. Chapter 13

      From Transistors to Large-scale Integrated Circuits (pages 323–343)

      Gerwin H. Gelinck, Erik van Veenendaal, Eduard J. Meijer, Eugenio Cantatore, H. Edzer A. Huitema, Pieter J. G. van Lieshout, Fred J. Touwslager, Alwin W. Marsman and Dago M. de Leeuw

    2. Chapter 14

      Roll-up Active-matrix Displays (pages 344–366)

      H. Edzer A. Huitema, Gerwin H. Gelinck, Erik van Veenendaal, Fred J. Touwslager and Pieter J. G. van Lieshout

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