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Enabling value-added offerings for new market

While BASF has significant chemistry expertise, it needed to integrate electronics into its materials to capture value-added opportunities with customers in the display market.

Meeting a high-value, custom application need through low-cost, novel electronics

PARC scientists delivered the key components for a tape-like blast dosimeter with integrated memory, control electronics, and multiple sensors – which could be fabricated through printing techniques or be compatible with roll-to-roll processing (key for enabling the novel form factors and low cost), and be customized to specific application needs.

2012

Atomic layer dielectric deposition for flexible transistors

2012 Flexible Electronics & Displays Conference

9 February 2012

2011

Printed thin film transistor: materials and applications

Organic Field-Effect Transistors X

22 August 2011

Disordered nanowire based photovoltaics

2011 MRS Spring Meeting

28 April 2011

Printed electronics at Palo Alto Research Center

Guest lecture for a fabrication class at Stanford

17 February 2011

2010

Pressure sensors for printed blast dosimeters

IEEE Sensors 2010 Conference

1 November 2010

Electrical and environmental stability of organic transistors

Electrochemical Society Transactions

12 October 2010

2009

2004

Printed a-Si:H transistors for large area electronics

physica status solidi (c)

March 2004

 

 

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