The Arias research group focuses on printed and flexible electronic systems for energy and medical applications. Please check our publications page for our recent research progress.
Arias Research Group got featured in the Nanotechnology science series produced by NBC Learn and the National Science Foundation (NSF). Here is the video: NSF Link.
Abhinav, Yasser, and Aminy’s paper on identifying orthogonal solvents for solution processed organic transistors got published in Organic Electronics. Congrats!!! Paper title: Identifying orthogonal solvents for solution processed organic transistors Abstract: Identification of solvents for dissolving polymer dielectrics and organic semiconductors is necessary for the fabrication of solution-processed organic field effect transistors (OFETs). In addition[…]
Aminy, Igal, Abhinav, and Claire’s paper on screen printed passive components got published in Scientific Reports. Congrats!!! Paper title: Screen printed passive components for flexible power electronics Abstract: Additive and low-temperature printing processes enable the integration of diverse electronic devices, both power-supplying and power-consuming, on flexible substrates at low cost. Production of a complete electronic[…]
Adrien, Igal, and Balthazar’s paper on all-printed organic photodiode arrays on plastic got published in Advanced Materials. Congrats!!! Paper title: High Detectivity All-Printed Organic Photodiodes Abstract: All-printed organic photodiode arrays on plastic are reported with average specific detectivities of 3.45 × 1013 cm Hz0.5 W−1 at a bias of −5 V. The blade-coated polyethylenimine cathode[…]
Abhinav’s Review Paper on Printed Flexible Batteries just came out in Energy Technology. Happy reading. Publisher’s Link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ente.201402182/full
Printed and flexible impedance sensor for wounds monitoring was developed as part of a larger collaboration among the Arias group and Profs. Michel Maharbiz, Vivek Subramanian at UC Berkeley and Profs. David Young, Shuvo Roy, and Michael Harrison at UCSF. The work got into Nature Communication and we received significant interest from both engineering and medical research communities. Congrats to the whole[…]
The Bakar Fellows Program recently featured the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) receiver coil work. Prof. Ana Arias received this year’s Bakars Fellow title for advancing the work on the screen-printed MRI receiver coils. Printed and flexible MRI receiver coils are currently being developed in the group by Joseph Corea and Anita Flynn in collaboration with Prof. Miki[…]
Berkeley Graduate News recently covered the all-organic oximeter work. In light of the recent publication in Nature Communication titled “All-organic optoelectronic sensor for pulse oximetry,” Berkeley Graduate News featured Claire, Yasser, and Adrien’s work in their January issue.
Congratulation to Felippe for the biosensor work getting into Biosensors and Bioelectronics. Paper title: Printed and flexible biosensor for antioxidants using interdigitated ink- jetted electrodes and gravure-deposited active layer Publisher’s Link: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S095656631400726X
Congratulation to Aminy for the carbon nanotube transparent conductor work getting into Applied Physics Letters. Paper title: Single-walled carbon nanotube transparent conductive films fabricated by reductive dissolution and spray coating for organic photovoltaics Publisher’s Link: http://scitation.aip.org/content/aip/journal/apl/105/25/10.1063/1.4904940