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Organic transistors in optical displays and microelectronic applications

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Author: Gelinck, G.H. · Heremans, P. · Nomoto, K. · Anthopoulos, T.D.
Institution: TNO Industrie en Techniek
Source:Advanced Materials, 34, 22, 3778-3798
Identifier: 409814
Keywords: Instruments · Active matrixes · Backplanes · Biological sensors · Microelectronic applications · Optical displays · Organic thin film transistors · Organic transistor · Analog circuits · Digital circuits · Electrophoretic displays · Flexible displays · Light emitting diodes · Microelectronics · Thin film transistors · Organic light emitting diodes (OLED)


Organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs) offer unprecedented opportunities for implementation in a broad range of technological applications spanning from large-volume microelectronics and optical displays to chemical and biological sensors. In this Progress Report, we review the application of organic transistors in the fields of flexible optical displays and microelectronics. The advantages associated with the use of OTFT technology are discussed with primary emphasis on the latest developments in the area of active-matrix electrophoretic and organic light-emitting diode displays based on OTFT backplanes and on the application of organic transistors in microelectronics including digital and analog circuits.