8-Acosta-Organic Field Effect Transistors

8-Acosta-Organic Field Effect Transistors - Organic Field...

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ECE 3080 - Antonio Acosta Organic Field Effect Transistors: The Future of Electronics Antonio G. Acosta November 30, 2004 ECE 3080B School of ECE Georgia Institute of Technology
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ECE 3080 - Antonio Acosta Organic Field Effect Transistors Significance of Organic Devices Present State/Progress of Organic Semiconductors OFET Device Physics and Structure OFET Operation OFET Advantages/Applications OFET Setbacks/Challenges Future of OFETs
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ECE 3080 - Antonio Acosta Why Organic? 1. Lighter Can be made on plastic 2. Cheaper 1 cm 2 plastic substrate = $.01 1 cm 2 Si-based substrate = $1.00 3. Safer Manufacturing temps < 150° C Silicon requires >300° C
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ECE 3080 - Antonio Acosta Present state of Organic Semiconductor Devices Studied since 1940’s 1963- Discovery of organic EL 1987- Kodak Patent for OLED Good p-type OFETs Tremendous progress over last decade Emphasis now on manufacturing process
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ECE 3080 - Antonio Acosta Progress in Organic Semiconductors Benchmark: amorphous silicon 0.5 –1 cm Benchmark: amorphous silicon 0.5 –1 cm /Vs /Vs
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