- Organic or some oxide field-effect transistors (FET) that are prepared by low-cost processes such as printing are expected to play an important role in advance of electronic devices that can benefit from thin, flexible form factors and are akin to ultralow fabrication cost.
- Our research in this area focuses on the following key aspects:
> Development of new electron and hole transport materials with high mobility.
> Optimization and modeling of discrete active and passive devices such as field-effect transistors, analog transistors, inverters, ring oscillators, and logic gates.
- Some examples of past accomplishments in this area in our group include, the modification of p-type materials and n-type materials as well as ambipolar block copolymers, etc.