Novel Concepts for Organic and Inorganic (Printed) Sensor Devices (Printed Electronics Europe 2009)


Prof Emil List, Scientific Director
NanoTecCenter Weiz Forschungsgesellschaft, Austria
 
Apr 08, 2009.

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Presentation Summary

In this contribution we report on the design, realisation and characterization of novel active partly printed gas sensor and IR detectors. In particular we will present
  • a novel concept of an integrated optical oxygen probe, which is realised using a OLED device
  • a novel concept of a sub ppm ammoniac detector by means of a printed conducting polymer resistor
  • a novel concept of a printed IR detector utilising different inorganic nanoparticles.

Speaker Biography (Emil List)

Prof. Dr. Emil J. W. List is an expert in the field of organic semiconductor devices and optical spectroscopy of conjugated polymers. In addition to his academic activities at the Graz University of Technology he holds the position of the Scientific Managing Director of the recently founded NanoTecCenter Weiz. Over the last years he has made important contributions towards a better fundamental understanding of conjugated polymers and their application in (printed) devices. He has published more than 130 scientific papers and submitted 9 patent applications.

Company Profile (NanoTecCenter Weiz)

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The NanoTecCenter Weiz Forschungsgesellschaft mbH (NTCW) is a non-profit R&D Centre for "Organic Optoelectronics and Sensorics" founded in 2006. The shareholders are JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH and Graz University of Technology. Currently NTCW employs 22 scientists and staff. The project portfolio of NTCW reaches from contract research with industry partners in the inkjet development to applied research projects in the field of organic electronics and sensor development supported by national and international funding programmes. NTCW operates an integrate modular pilot- and demonstration fabrication line in an ISO Class 6 cleanroom including an inert glove box cluster for thin-film deposition by evaporation, sputtering and solution processing, state-of-the-art industrial inkjet printers, a most-modern E-beam lithography and photolithography and various material and device characterisation equipment.
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