Special Issue "Thin Film Transistor and Its Optoelectronic Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2023) | Viewed by 1150
Interests: thin film transistor; optoelectronics; charge transport; device physics; device design
Interests: semiconductor device design and tape-out; semiconductor device modeling; reliability research; EDA platform integration; advanced display pixel circuit and drive circuit design and tape-out; weak signal driving circuit design and tape-out; realization of detection technology based on thin film transistor; FPGA hardware design and implementation; energy storage and conversion circuit design; low-temperature thin-film transistors; reliability; display technology; sensors
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Interests: flexible and printed electronics; organic/inorganic semiconductor; surface and interface physics; nanostructured materials; nano-scale devices for technological applications (logic circuits, data storage, energy-harvesting, photonics, sensors)
Interests: flash memory; RRAM; neural network chip; flexible functional electronics
Interests: thin-film transistors; stability and reliability of electronic devices; photodetectors; gas sensors; fabrication and application of micro-nanoscale devices (logic circuits, data storage, energy sources, sensors, etc.)
This Special Issue invites manuscripts documenting recent advances in “Thin Film Transistor and Its Optoelectronic Applications”.
Thin-film transistors (TFTs) have gained an increasing amount of research attention for optoelectronics, since their three-terminal-modulated photon-to-charge conversion is more controllable than the two-terminal-modulated one in diodes, and the fact that their optoelectronic devices have good manufacture compatibility when they are integrated with transistor circuits.
Over the past few decades, numerous TFT optoelectronic devices have been developed, such as light-emitting transistors, photodetecting transistors, photomemristor transistors and photosynaptic transistors, and more device innovations are likely to emerge by bridging electronics and photonics in TFT configurations. Considerable research efforts have contributed greatly to the improvements in device performance, enhancing these TFT optoelectronic devices’ promise as candidates for practical optoelectronic systems.
We welcome research and review papers covering topics including, but not limited to:
- Innovation in the field of TFT optoelectronic devices;
- Material science, device structure engineering and interface science for performance optimization;
- Technologies for patterning, integration and low-cost manufacturing;
- Device mechanical robustness and improved capability to work in harsh environments;
- Investigation of physics of photon-to-charge conversion and charge transport;
- Compact modeling and simulation of device operation;
- Critical assessment of device performance;
- Design of circuits and systems.
We look forward to receiving your submissions.
Dr. Xiaojian She
Dr. Meng Zhang
Dr. Ye Zhou
Prof. Dr. Suting Han
Dr. Yan Yan
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