Large-Area Flexible Electronics Trends

The prime application for thin-film-transistors are backplanes for active-matrix displays, including in particular flexible displays. They are well-suited for integration with temperature or chemical sensors and more. Hoi-Jun Yoo of KAIST in South Korea presents.

Technology directions in the field of large-area and low-temperature electronics focuses on lowering the cost-per-unit- area, instead of increasing the number of functions-per-unit-area that is accomplished in crystalline Si technology, according to the well-known Moore’s law. Subcommittee chair Hoi-Jun Yoo will present on the trends of these large-area flexible electronics. Read more.

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