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Carbon-based semiconductors - new science, new engineering and new applications
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Hamish Gordon.
Transistors, light-emitting diodes and solar cells can now be fabricated with molecular semiconductors and polymers, and are now developed as viable technologies for large-area flexible electronics. This has real potential to make possible the low cost large area manufacturing needed for widespread use of solar cells. I will illustrate how this new technology has evolved from its science base.
This talk is part of the Cambridge University Physics Society series.
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