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Abbel, Robert (author), Galagan, Yulia (author), Groen, W.A. (author)
The production of electronic devices using solution based (“wet”) deposition technologies has some decisive technical and commercial advantages compared to competing approaches like vacuum based (“dry”) manufacturing. Particularly, the potential to scale up production processes to large areas and high volumes by introducing continuous roll-to...
review 2018
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Ganesan, Abiseka Akash (author), Houtepen, A.J. (author), Crisp, R.W. (author)
From a niche field over 30 years ago, quantum dots (QDs) have developed into viable materials for many commercial optoelectronic devices. We discuss the advancements in Pb-based QD solar cells (QDSCs) from a viewpoint of the pathways an excited state can take when relaxing back to the ground state. Systematically understanding the fundamental...
review 2018
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Trifunovic, M. (author), Sberna, P.M. (author), Shimoda, T (author), Ishihara, R. (author)
Printing of electronics has been gaining a lot of attention over the past decade as a low cost alternative to conventional electronic fabrication methods. A significant development in this area was the possibility to print a silicon precursor, polydihydrosilane, which can directly be transformed into polycrystalline silicon by an excimer laser...
journal article 2017
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Sberna, P.M. (author), Trifunovic, M. (author), Ishihara, R. (author)
Currently, research has been focusing on printing and laser crystallization of cyclosilanes, bringing to life polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) thin-film transistors (TFTs) with outstanding properties. However, the synthesis of these Sibased inks is generally complex and expensive. Here, we prove that a polysilane ink, obtained as a byproduct of...
journal article 2017
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Trifunovic, M. (author)
doctoral thesis 2016
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Zhang, J. (author)
Recently, flexible, wearable and disposable electronics have attracted a lot of attention. Printing enables low-cost fabrication of circuits on flexible substrates. Printed organic and metal oxide thin-film transistors (TFTs) have been researched intensively due to the ease of solution-processing. But their carrier mobility and reliability are...
doctoral thesis 2015
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