Highly conductive films and new oligothiophene based semiconductors for polymer electronics (Printed Electronics Europe 2007)

Mr Detlef Gaiser,
HC Starck GmbH, Germany


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Presentation Summary

  • Polyethylenedioxythiophene-polystyrenesulfonate is a conductive polymer useful for making transparent conductive and antistatic films
  • Understanding the basic structural properties of the PEDOT:PSS polymer and its chemical & physical interactions.
  • In addition to highly conductive PEDOT/PSS dispersions H.C. Starck also produces wet-processible organic semiconductors.

Speaker Biography (Detlef Gaiser)

Detlef Gaiser is a chemist working at H.C. Starck Leverkusen, Germany. He is a manager for application engineering for CLEVIOS P (PEDOT/ PSS) dispersions and Ampertron™ oligothiophenes for the use in polymer electronics. He obtained his diploma and Ph.D. from the University of Cologne, Germany, studying the "Synthesis and Properties of New Zirconium N-Donor Complexes". In 1998 he joined the Electronic Chemicals group of the Bayer AG, Leverkusen, as a research chemist working on the synthesis of the BAYTRON® M monomer. In 2002 he transferred to H.C. Starck, Leverkusen and worked as a plant manager for colloidal silica. In 2006 he joined the CLEVIOS P application engineering team.