Organic Thin-Film Transistors
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2 companies for "Organic Thin-Film Transistors"

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Manchester, United Kingdom

11-50 Employees

2008

SmartKem is reshaping the world of electronics with its disruptive organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs) that will drive the next generation of displays. Our unique and patented TRUFLEX® semiconductor and dielectric inks, or liquid electronic polymers, are used to make a new type of transistor that will revolutionize the display industry. Different end markets include next generation televisions, laptops, AR & VR headsets, smartwatches and smartphones. TRUFLEX® inks are solution deposited on low-cost plastic and glass at a low temperature to make our transistors. TRUFLEX® materials are compatible with existing industry standard manufacturing infrastructure and next generation printing processes.

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Smartkem Our Transistors, Your Advantage - Semiconductor Technology

... CREATES WORLD’S FIRST MONOLITHIC MICRO LED DISPLAY USING ORGANIC THIN-FILM TRANSISTORS ...

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Semiconductors & Sensors

... Simulate semiconductors, flexible organic thin film transistors and bio-sensor materials in silico using BIOVIA Materials Studio. ...

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„Organic Thin-Film Transistors“

Organic Thin-Film Transistors (OTFTs) are field-effect transistors composed of an organic semiconductor material sandwiched between two electrodes. These transistors are used in a variety of applications, such as displays, sensors, and radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags. OTFTs have several advantages compared to traditional inorganic transistors, including easier manufacturing, lower cost and higher performance. Additionally, since the organic material is flexible, OTFTs can be used in flexible electronic devices.