Team 4 : Polymer materials for Electronic, Energy, Information and Communication Technologies

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Organic semiconductors constitute a new class of functional materials and represent an alternative to conventional silicon-based technologies. Due to their soft nature and ease of processability, organic semiconductors are well suited for applications for large area and/or flexible devices, as well as for compatibility with paper and plastics. Thanks to these unique properties, organic electronics has the potential to give birth to disruptive innovations, providing solutions to some of the current challenges in energy, environment, information and communication.

In 2007, the Aquitaine Region envisioned to become a major player in this emerging field by putting forth a cluster devoted to organic electronics. The University of Bordeaux (UB)/Institute National Polytechnic (INP) supported this decision by committing themselves to be the scientific hosts of this new group in order to construct an “Organic Electronics Valley” in Aquitaine. In this context, in 2009, the above partners together with ARKEMA Corporation established a five year-term Chair of Excellence, with holder Prof. Georges Hadziioannou, aiming to reinforce the existing expertise and competences in the field of organic electronics and to establish a viable link with the local industrial sector. Hence, a dynamic team was created working on science and innovation in the field of large-area, flexible and printed organic electronics.

 

Latest publications

  • Engineering a Robust Flat Band in III–V Semiconductor Heterostructures figure

    Engineering a Robust Flat Band in III–V Semiconductor Heterostructures Journal article

    Franchina Vergel Nathali, Post L. Christiaan, Fleury Guillaume, Patriarche Gilles, Xu Tao, Desplanque Ludovic, Vanmaekelbergh Daniel, Delerue Christophe, Grandidier Bruno, Sciacca Davide, Berthe Maxime, Vaurette François, Lambert Yannick, Yarekha Dmitri, Troadec David, Coinon Christophe, Wallart Xavier

    Journal title: Nano Letters, Volume(s): 21, Page(s): 680 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03089743/document 10.1021/acs.nanolett.0c04268 (2020)

  • Enabling future nanomanufacturing through block copolymer self-assembly: A review figure

    Enabling future nanomanufacturing through block copolymer self-assembly: A review Journal article

    Cummins Cian, Lundy Ross, Walsh James, Ponsinet Virginie, Fleury Guillaume, Morris Michael

    Journal title: Nano Today, Volume(s): 35, Page(s): 100936 10.1016/j.nantod.2020.100936 (2020)