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Université de Bordeaux
ELORPrintTecEquipment of Excellence
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All inkjet-printed piezoelectric electronic devices: energy generators, sensors and actuatorsFacility for Printed Organic Electronics

Inkjet printing is considered to be a key technology in the field of flexible electronics due to its capability to deposit different types of materials in a controlled and defined manner. However, inkjet printing of functional materials such as the fluorinated piezoelectric copolymer P(VDF–TrFE) still remains a challenge. In this regard, a piezoelectric ink was formulated in a narrow viscosity...

Scientific PublicationsMonday 21 October 2019 by MANSON Aude.
Heteroleptic iridium (III) complexes with three different ligands:Unusual triplet emitters for light-emitting electrochemical cellsFacility for Printed Organic Electronics

Two cationic iridium (III) complexes [Ir(dfppy)(tpy)(bpy)](PF 6 ) and [Ir(dfppy)(tpy)(phen)](PF 6 ) bearing three different ligands were tested as triplet emitters for Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cells (LECs). These two phosphorescent materials only constitute the third and fourth examples of triple heteroleptic cationic iridium complexes to be tested in electroluminescent devices. LECs...

Scientific PublicationsMonday 21 October 2019 by MANSON Aude.
Evidence of band bending induced by hole trapping at MAPbI3 perovskite/metal interfaceFacility for Printed Organic Electronics

Electron injection by tunneling from a gold electrode and hole transport properties in polycrystalline MAPbI 3 has been investigated using variable temperature experiments and numerical simulations. The presence of a large and unexpected band bending at the Au/MAPbI 3 interface is revealed and attributed to the trapping of holes, which enhances the injection of electrons via tunneling. These...

Scientific PublicationsMonday 21 October 2019 by MANSON Aude.
Piezoelectric polymer gated OFET: Cutting-edge electro-mechanical transducer for organic MEMS-based sensorsFacility for Printed Organic Electronics

The growth of micro electro-mechanical system (MEMS) based sensors on the electronic market is forecast to be invigorated soon by the development of a new branch of MEMS-based sensors made of organic materials. Organic MEMS have the potential to revolutionize sensor products due to their light weight, low-cost and mechanical flexibility. However, their sensitivity and stability in comparison to...

Scientific PublicationsMonday 21 October 2019 by MANSON Aude.
Long-Term Stable Organic Photodetectors with Ultra Low Dark Currents for High Detectivity ApplicationsFacility for Printed Organic Electronics

Printed organic photodetectors can transform plastic, paper or glass into smart surfaces. This innovative technology is now growing exponentially due to the strong demand in human-machine interfaces. To date, only niche markets are targeted since organic sensors still present reduced performances in comparison with their inorganic counterparts. Here we demonstrate that it is possible to engineer...

Scientific PublicationsMonday 21 October 2019 by MANSON Aude.
How To Choose Polyelectrolytes for Aqueous Dispersions of Conducting PEDOT ComplexesFacility for Printed Organic Electronics

By using different polysaccharide and polysulfonylimide type polyelectrolytes for the synthesis of aqueous PEDOT:polyelectrolyte dispersions, the influence of the polyelectrolyte backbone and of the anionic groups on the properties of the resulting PEDOT:polyelectrolyte complex has been studied. The obtained PEDOT:polyelectrolyte systems were characterized regarding the doping and the morphology...

Scientific PublicationsMonday 21 October 2019 by MANSON Aude.