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On Practical Aspects of Printable Polymer and Nanometal Logic

Originální název

On Practical Aspects of Printable Polymer and Nanometal Logic

Anglický název

On Practical Aspects of Printable Polymer and Nanometal Logic

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Polymer or organic electronics becomes a focus of intense research and development in recent years. Materials for polymer electronics are lighter, flexible and less expensive in comparison with traditional anorganic materials used in electronics (e.g. copper and silicon) and can be printed easily. Combined with nanometal materials for inkjet printing that brings conductivity comparable with traditional conductive materials, a big potential of new applications arises. Existing printed electronic structures such as field-effect transistors or resistors and manufacturing techniques of these structures enable to create flexible, customized and fitting printed logic circuits. The paper describes discovered features of suitable materials, techniques and structures for printed logic circuits and reports about initial research activities in the field of printed logic circuits.

Anglický abstrakt

Polymer or organic electronics becomes a focus of intense research and development in recent years. Materials for polymer electronics are lighter, flexible and less expensive in comparison with traditional anorganic materials used in electronics (e.g. copper and silicon) and can be printed easily. Combined with nanometal materials for inkjet printing that brings conductivity comparable with traditional conductive materials, a big potential of new applications arises. Existing printed electronic structures such as field-effect transistors or resistors and manufacturing techniques of these structures enable to create flexible, customized and fitting printed logic circuits. The paper describes discovered features of suitable materials, techniques and structures for printed logic circuits and reports about initial research activities in the field of printed logic circuits.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT35936,
  author="Richard {Růžička}",
  title="On Practical Aspects of Printable Polymer and Nanometal Logic",
  annote="Polymer or organic electronics becomes a focus of intense research and
development in recent years. Materials for polymer electronics are lighter,
flexible and less expensive in comparison with traditional anorganic materials
used in electronics (e.g. copper and silicon) and can be printed easily. Combined
with nanometal materials for inkjet printing that brings conductivity comparable
with traditional conductive materials, a big potential of new applications
arises. Existing printed electronic structures such as field-effect transistors
or resistors and manufacturing techniques of these structures enable to create
flexible, customized and fitting printed logic circuits. The paper describes
discovered features of suitable materials, techniques and structures for printed
logic circuits and reports about initial research activities in the field of
printed logic circuits.",
  address="The University of Technology Košice",
  booktitle="Proceedings of CSE2010 - International Scientific Conference on Computer Science and Engineering",
  chapter="35936",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="The University of Technology Košice",
  year="2010",
  month="september",
  pages="202--207",
  publisher="The University of Technology Košice",
  type="conference paper"
}