Complementary Circuits Using n- and p-type Organic Semiconductors (Printed Electronics USA 2007)

Dr Henry Yan, Product Development Manager
Polyera Corporation, United States
 
Nov 13, 2007.

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Presentation Summary

  • advances on n-type organic semiconductors
  • optimization of interfaces between organic semiconductors and dielectrics
  • OTFT and circuit data.

Speaker Biography (Henry Yan)

Henry Yan studied at Beijing University where he was selected into an Honor Science Program and obtained the degree of B.S. in chemistry. In the fall of 2000, he started his Ph.D. in Chemistry at Northwestern University focusing at the area of Polymer Light-Emitting Diodes (PLEDs) under the supervision of Prof. Tobin Marks. He also carried out one-year postdoctoral research in the areas of Organic Field-Effect Transistor and Organic Photovoltaics with Prof. Marks until 2005. Then he joined Air Products and Chemicals as a senior research scientist working on PLED materials/product development. In 2006, he started his position of Product Development Manager at Polyera Corporation and is currently leading Polyera's product development effort in the area of printed electronics. Dr. Yan has published about 35 research articles and holds about 10 patents.

Company Profile (Polyera Corporation)

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Polyera Corporation is a leading supplier in semiconductor, dielectric, and interfacial materials for the printed and flexible electronics industry. Polyera is focused on developing breakthrough materials for its portfolio of ActivInk™ products and on working closely with customers to provide deep technical support and customized solutions in order to enable the commercialization of novel printed and flexible electronic products.
Tobin J. Marks, Founding Scientist, and Antonio Facchetti, Chief Technology Officer and Founding Scientist, are recognized worldwide for their breakthroughs in the development of organic semiconductors and dielectrics.
 
Polyera is located in the Illinois Science and Technology Park in Skokie, IL.
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