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    • Circuit and system implementations of molecular devices 

      Lugli P; Abdellah A; Albert E; Csaba G; Erlen C; Fabel B; Gong Q; Scarpa G; Chan-Park M; Divina P (IEEE, 2009)
      We illustrate a couple of circuit implementations of molecular devices, chosen as representative examples in the growing field of molecular electronics. On the one side, we discuss the performance of organic thin film ...
    • Conductive AFM of transfer printed nano devices 

      Weiler B; Bareiss M; Kalblein D; Zschieschang U; Klauk H; Scarpa G; Fabel B; Porod W; Lugli P (IEEE, 2012)
      Nano diodes show great potential for applications in detectors, communications and energy harvesting. However, to make them suitable for low-cost mass production, these nano devices have to be fabricated reliably over large ...
    • Energy harvesting using nano antenna array 

      Bareisß M; Hochmeister A; Jegert G; Koblmüller G; Zschieschang U; Klauk H; Fabel B; Scarpa G; Porod W; Lugli P (IEEE, 2011)
      Nano antenna arrays are excellent devices for infrared detection (terahertz radiation). We present our latest results on the production of nano antennas fabricated in a nano transfer printing process. The molecular beam ...
    • Exploring spray technology for the fabrication of organic devices based on poly(3-hexylthiophene) 

      Abdellah A; Baierl D; Fabel B; Lugli P; Scarpa G (IEEE, 2009)
      In order to fully exploit the potential of polymer electronics, large-area/low-cost processing technologies are necessary. In this paper, we investigate the feasibility of air atomizing spray technology for large-area/low-cost ...
    • Nano-transfer printing of functioning MIM tunnel diodes 

      Bareiß M; Weiler B; Kälblein D; Zschieschang U; Klauk H; Scarpa G; Fabel B; Lugli P; Porod W (IEEE, 2012)
      Nano diodes show great potential for applications in detectors, communications and energy harvesting. In this work, we focus on nano transfer printing (nTP) to fabricate nm-scale diodes over extensive areas. Using a ...
    • Organic thin-film phototransistors based on poly(3-hexylthiophene) 

      Scarpa G; Martin E; Locci S; Fabel B; Lugli P (IOP, 2009)
      We investigated visible and UV light response of OTFTs based on the solution processable poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT) semiconducting polymer. The transistors show a photoresponse in channel current under white and UV light ...
    • Solution-processable random carbon nanotube networks for thin-film transistors 

      Gong Q; Albert E; Fabel B; Abdellah A; Lugli P; Chan-Park M; Scarpa G (IEEE, 2011)
      We report a straightforward process to fabricate carbon nanotube field-effect transistors based on random nanotube networks. This solution-based approach is simple, fast and reliable, which can be applied to printed ...
    • Spray deposition of highly uniform CNT films and their application in gas sensing 

      Abdellah A; Yaqub A; Ferrari C; Fabel B; Lugli P; Scarpa G (IEEE, 2011)
      A significant step towards commercialization of novel CNT electronics involves the development of large-area and high-throughput processes for the fabrication of high quality CNT films. In this article, we demonstrate a ...
    • Spray-coating deposition for large area organic thin-film devices 

      Abdellah A; Baierl D; Fabel B; Lugli P; Scarpa G (CRC Press, 2009)
      We report the implementation and testing of an airbrush coating system for the fabrication of a variety of organic electronic and optoelectronic devices using a commercially available airbrush unit. Our setup was implemented ...