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All-polymer R2R-printed and state-of-the-art transistors

Co-workers:

Tim Erdmann and Yevhen Karpov

Collaboration:

  • Georg Schmidt, Daniel Höft, Arved Hübler (Institute for Print and Media Technology, TU Chemnitz)

  • Antonio Facchetti (Polyera Inc.)

  • Dieter Neher (Uni Potsdam)

  • Ricardo Di Pietro (Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory)

References

  • Tremel, K. ; Fischer, F. ; Kayunkid, N. ; Di Pietro, R. ; Tkachov, R. ; Kiriy, A. ; Neher, D. ; Ludwigs, S. ; Brinkmann, M. Charge transport anisotropy in highly oriented thin films of the acceptor polymer P(NDI2OD-T2) Advanced Energy Materials 4 (2014) ID1301659
  • Tkachov, R. ; Karpov, Y. ; Senkovskyy, V. ; Raguzin, I. ; Zessin, J. ; Lederer, A. ; Stamm, M. ; Voit, B. ; Beryozkina, T. ; Bakulev, V. ; Zhao, W. ; Facchetti, A. ; Kiriy, A. Efficient tin-free route to a donor-acceptor semiconducting copolymer with variable molecular weights Macromolecules 47 (2014) 3845-3851
  • Schmidt, G. C. ; Höft, D. ; Haase, K. ; Hübler, A. C. ; Karpov, E. ; Tkachov, R. ; Stamm, M. ; Kiriy, A. ; Haidu, F. ; Zahn, D. R. T. ; Yan, H. ; Facchetti, A. Naphthalenediimide-based donor-acceptor copolymer prepared by chain-growth catalyst-transporting properties and application in printed polymer transistors Journal of Materials Chemistry C 2 (2014) 5149-5154