Roll to roll fabrication technologies for optoelectronic and electronic devices and sensors

Arto Maaninen, Markus Tuomikoski, Liisa Kivimäki, Terho Kololuoma, Marja Välimäki, Marika Leinonen, Markku Känsäkoski

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Abstract

Embedding of optoelectrical, optical, and electrical functionalities into low-cost products like product packages and printed matter can be used to increase their information content. For these purposes, components like displays, photodetectors, light sources, solar cells, battery elements, diffractive optical elements, lightguides, electrical conductors, resistors, transistors, switching elements etc. and their integration to functional modules are required. Also the need of rapid and reliable diagnostic systems for wellness and healthcare applications is apparent. Today the time from sampling to result can take hours or even several days. In future the target is to analyze the sample within a few minutes for further action. Additionally, the price of the components for low-end products and disposable sensors has to be in cent scale or preferably below that. Therefore, new, cost-effective, and volume scale capable manufacturing techniques are required. Recent developments of liquid-phase processable electrical and optical polymeric, inorganic, and hybrid material inks together with biocompatible materials have made it possible to fabricate functional components by conventional roll-to-roll techniques such as gravure printing on flexible paper and plastic like substrates. In this paper, we show our current achievements in the field of roll-to-roll fabricated electronics, optoelectronics and biosensors. With examples of light guiding structures, organic light emitting diodes, biocompatible materials etc., we demonstrate the huge potential of roll to roll fabrication as a low cost mass production technology for future low end electronic products.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIntegrated Optics
Subtitle of host publicationTheory and Applications
Pages595604-1-10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2005
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventCongress on Optics and Optoelectronics - Warsaw, Poland
Duration: 31 Aug 200531 Aug 2005

Publication series

SeriesProceedings of SPIE
Volume5956

Conference

ConferenceCongress on Optics and Optoelectronics
CountryPoland
CityWarsaw
Period31/08/0531/08/05

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Optoelectronic devices
Biomaterials
Fabrication
Sensors
Diffractive optical elements
Costs
Hybrid materials
Organic light emitting diodes (OLED)
Photodetectors
Ink
Biosensors
Resistors
Light sources
Printing
Solar cells
Transistors
Electronic equipment
Display devices
Sampling
Plastics

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Maaninen, A., Tuomikoski, M., Kivimäki, L., Kololuoma, T., Välimäki, M., Leinonen, M., & Känsäkoski, M. (2005). Roll to roll fabrication technologies for optoelectronic and electronic devices and sensors. In Integrated Optics: Theory and Applications (pp. 595604-1-10). Proceedings of SPIE, Vol.. 5956 https://doi.org/10.1117/12.621601
Maaninen, Arto ; Tuomikoski, Markus ; Kivimäki, Liisa ; Kololuoma, Terho ; Välimäki, Marja ; Leinonen, Marika ; Känsäkoski, Markku. / Roll to roll fabrication technologies for optoelectronic and electronic devices and sensors. Integrated Optics: Theory and Applications. 2005. pp. 595604-1-10 (Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 5956).
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Roll to roll fabrication technologies for optoelectronic and electronic devices and sensors. / Maaninen, Arto; Tuomikoski, Markus; Kivimäki, Liisa; Kololuoma, Terho; Välimäki, Marja; Leinonen, Marika; Känsäkoski, Markku.

Integrated Optics: Theory and Applications. 2005. p. 595604-1-10 (Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 5956).

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Maaninen A, Tuomikoski M, Kivimäki L, Kololuoma T, Välimäki M, Leinonen M et al. Roll to roll fabrication technologies for optoelectronic and electronic devices and sensors. In Integrated Optics: Theory and Applications. 2005. p. 595604-1-10. (Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 5956). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.621601