Congratulation to Adrien and Mahsa for the all-printed OTFT work getting into Advanced Materials.
Paper title: All-Printed Flexible Organic Transistors Enabled by Surface Tension-Guided Blade Coating
Publisher’s Link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/adma.201401520/abstract
Launched in 2012, the Bakar Fellows Program supports innovative research by early career faculty at UC Berkeley with a special focus on projects that hold commercial promise. Prof. Arias received this year’s Bakars Fellow title for advancing the work on the screen-printed MRI receiver coils.
Adrien’s paper titled “Empirically Based Device Modeling of Bulk Heterojunction Organic Photovoltaics” just got accepted in Journal of Applied Physics. This is the first publication from the group. Congratulations to Adrien. Download links for the open source code is available in the Downloads section.
Paper Title: Empirically Based Device Modeling of Bulk Heterojunction Organic Photovoltaics
Publisher’s Link: http://scitation.aip.org/content/aip/journal/jap/113/15/10.1063/1.4801662?ver=pdfcov
The Arias research group focuses on printed organic flexible electronics. From enhancing device performance of solution processed electronic devices, the group concentrates on fully printed electronic systems for medical and energy applications.
Here, we intend to fabricate a probe for scientifically follow the healing of superficial and internal wounds in humans. This task is being pursued by
a multi-group network comprising Michel Maharbiz’s and Vivek Subramanian’s groups from UC Berkeley and researchers at UCSF. The aim is to follow healing and also accelerate it by applying electrical stimulus for patient’s faster cure.
Printed P(TBT-DPP):PC70BM photodiodes with two 64-pixel photodiode arrays for visible and infrared light sensing.
Printed and flexible Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) receiver coils are currently being developed to serve greater portions of the population, enable new treatment techniques, and decrease scan time.