All-printable electronic devices: Towards high volume manufacturing methods

Research output: Contribution to conferenceConference articleScientific

Abstract

In the last five years rapid progress has been achieved in the field of printed electronics. For example the first all-printed transistors (OFET)s, solar cells, RFIDs and light emitting diodes (OLED)s were demonstrated in laboratory scale. In future printed electronics or “organic electronics” may integrate electronics devices and consumer goods innovatively and on low cost. Organic electronics and/or optoelectronics applications are already proposed in flexible packaging applications. On the other hand, printed devices are still in the stage where efficiencies are lower than using conventional microelectronic devices. This is mainly due to lack of suitable printing materials and unoptimized printing processes.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2008
MoE publication typeNot Eligible
EventXLII Annual Conference of the Finnish Physical Society - Turku, Finland
Duration: 27 Mar 200829 Mar 2008

Conference

ConferenceXLII Annual Conference of the Finnish Physical Society
CountryFinland
CityTurku
Period27/03/0829/03/08

Fingerprint

manufacturing
electronics
printing
packaging
microelectronics
transistors
light emitting diodes
solar cells

Keywords

  • all-printed transistor
  • roll-to-roll manufacturing

Cite this

Mäkelä, T. (2008). All-printable electronic devices: Towards high volume manufacturing methods. Paper presented at XLII Annual Conference of the Finnish Physical Society, Turku, Finland.
Mäkelä, Tapio. / All-printable electronic devices : Towards high volume manufacturing methods. Paper presented at XLII Annual Conference of the Finnish Physical Society, Turku, Finland.
@conference{943de49c96484c438fcda42b66109401,
title = "All-printable electronic devices: Towards high volume manufacturing methods",
abstract = "In the last five years rapid progress has been achieved in the field of printed electronics. For example the first all-printed transistors (OFET)s, solar cells, RFIDs and light emitting diodes (OLED)s were demonstrated in laboratory scale. In future printed electronics or “organic electronics” may integrate electronics devices and consumer goods innovatively and on low cost. Organic electronics and/or optoelectronics applications are already proposed in flexible packaging applications. On the other hand, printed devices are still in the stage where efficiencies are lower than using conventional microelectronic devices. This is mainly due to lack of suitable printing materials and unoptimized printing processes.",
keywords = "all-printed transistor, roll-to-roll manufacturing",
author = "Tapio M{\"a}kel{\"a}",
note = "Invited, Plenary Lecture; XLII Annual Conference of the Finnish Physical Society ; Conference date: 27-03-2008 Through 29-03-2008",
year = "2008",
language = "English",

}

Mäkelä, T 2008, 'All-printable electronic devices: Towards high volume manufacturing methods' Paper presented at XLII Annual Conference of the Finnish Physical Society, Turku, Finland, 27/03/08 - 29/03/08, .

All-printable electronic devices : Towards high volume manufacturing methods. / Mäkelä, Tapio.

2008. Paper presented at XLII Annual Conference of the Finnish Physical Society, Turku, Finland.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceConference articleScientific

TY - CONF

T1 - All-printable electronic devices

T2 - Towards high volume manufacturing methods

AU - Mäkelä, Tapio

N1 - Invited, Plenary Lecture

PY - 2008

Y1 - 2008

N2 - In the last five years rapid progress has been achieved in the field of printed electronics. For example the first all-printed transistors (OFET)s, solar cells, RFIDs and light emitting diodes (OLED)s were demonstrated in laboratory scale. In future printed electronics or “organic electronics” may integrate electronics devices and consumer goods innovatively and on low cost. Organic electronics and/or optoelectronics applications are already proposed in flexible packaging applications. On the other hand, printed devices are still in the stage where efficiencies are lower than using conventional microelectronic devices. This is mainly due to lack of suitable printing materials and unoptimized printing processes.

AB - In the last five years rapid progress has been achieved in the field of printed electronics. For example the first all-printed transistors (OFET)s, solar cells, RFIDs and light emitting diodes (OLED)s were demonstrated in laboratory scale. In future printed electronics or “organic electronics” may integrate electronics devices and consumer goods innovatively and on low cost. Organic electronics and/or optoelectronics applications are already proposed in flexible packaging applications. On the other hand, printed devices are still in the stage where efficiencies are lower than using conventional microelectronic devices. This is mainly due to lack of suitable printing materials and unoptimized printing processes.

KW - all-printed transistor

KW - roll-to-roll manufacturing

M3 - Conference article

ER -

Mäkelä T. All-printable electronic devices: Towards high volume manufacturing methods. 2008. Paper presented at XLII Annual Conference of the Finnish Physical Society, Turku, Finland.