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Towards Implementation of Logic Circuits Based on Intrinsically Reconfigurable Organic Transistors

Originální název

Towards Implementation of Logic Circuits Based on Intrinsically Reconfigurable Organic Transistors

Anglický název

Towards Implementation of Logic Circuits Based on Intrinsically Reconfigurable Organic Transistors

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en

Originální abstrakt

Nowadays, electronic circuits based on wide range of organic materials with semiconductor properties are still perceived as a somewhat unconventional design approach and fabrication technology. However, it could potentially deliver many significant advantages. Materials for organic electronics are typically lighter, flexible, easier to handle and less expensive in comparison with traditional inorganic materials used in electronics (e.g. copper and silicon used for conventional CMOS process). Previously reported research achievements in that particular domain also indicate that some of the organic semiconductor materials could be used for construction of organic field-effect transistors (OFET) that exhibit rather peculiar ability of ambipolar charge conduction. Fundamental electronic structures of such type also suggest the perspective of their utilization as the key building blocks for so called multifunctional logic elements or even more complex polymorphic circuits. In this paper, main focus is given to the introduction of organic transistor devices with the ambipolar property that would allow to further increase the efficiency of multifunctional circuit design and synthesis techniques. Important aspect depicting the novelty of the proposed approach is primarily based on the adoption of hybrid combination of the traditional silicon substrate with the deposition of suitable organic semiconductor layer. In addition, custom chip carrier platform was also developed for this purpose. Finally, the paper is concluded with review of the achieved results and suggestion of further research directions.

Anglický abstrakt

Nowadays, electronic circuits based on wide range of organic materials with semiconductor properties are still perceived as a somewhat unconventional design approach and fabrication technology. However, it could potentially deliver many significant advantages. Materials for organic electronics are typically lighter, flexible, easier to handle and less expensive in comparison with traditional inorganic materials used in electronics (e.g. copper and silicon used for conventional CMOS process). Previously reported research achievements in that particular domain also indicate that some of the organic semiconductor materials could be used for construction of organic field-effect transistors (OFET) that exhibit rather peculiar ability of ambipolar charge conduction. Fundamental electronic structures of such type also suggest the perspective of their utilization as the key building blocks for so called multifunctional logic elements or even more complex polymorphic circuits. In this paper, main focus is given to the introduction of organic transistor devices with the ambipolar property that would allow to further increase the efficiency of multifunctional circuit design and synthesis techniques. Important aspect depicting the novelty of the proposed approach is primarily based on the adoption of hybrid combination of the traditional silicon substrate with the deposition of suitable organic semiconductor layer. In addition, custom chip carrier platform was also developed for this purpose. Finally, the paper is concluded with review of the achieved results and suggestion of further research directions.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT131000,
  author="Václav {Šimek} and Stanislav {Stříteský} and Michal {Řezníček} and Adam {Crha} and Richard {Růžička}",
  title="Towards Implementation of Logic Circuits Based on Intrinsically Reconfigurable Organic Transistors",
  annote="Nowadays, electronic circuits based on wide range of organic materials with
semiconductor properties are still perceived as a somewhat unconventional design
approach and fabrication technology. However, it could potentially deliver many
significant advantages. Materials for organic electronics are typically lighter,
flexible, easier to handle and less expensive in comparison with traditional
inorganic materials used in electronics (e.g. copper and silicon used for
conventional CMOS process). 

Previously reported research achievements in that particular domain also indicate
that some of the organic semiconductor materials could be used for construction
of organic field-effect transistors (OFET) that exhibit rather peculiar ability
of ambipolar charge conduction. Fundamental electronic structures of such type
also suggest the perspective of their utilization as the key building blocks for
so called multifunctional logic elements or even more complex polymorphic
circuits. 

In this paper, main focus is given to the introduction of organic transistor
devices with the ambipolar property that would allow to further increase the
efficiency of multifunctional circuit design and synthesis techniques. Important
aspect depicting the novelty of the proposed approach is primarily based on the
adoption of hybrid combination of the traditional silicon substrate with the
deposition of suitable organic semiconductor layer. In addition, custom chip
carrier platform was also developed for this purpose. Finally, the paper is
concluded with review of the achieved results and suggestion of further research
directions.",
  address="Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 6th Electronics System-Integration Technology Conference",
  chapter="131000",
  doi="10.1109/ESTC.2016.7764738",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers",
  year="2016",
  month="september",
  pages="1--6",
  publisher="Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers",
  type="conference paper"
}