New optically transparent materials for transparent electronics and displays

Sanghyun Ju, Jun Liu, Jianfeng Li, Po Chiang Chen, Chongwu Zhou, Antonio Facchetti, David B. Janes, Tobin J Marks

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Abstract

Optically transparent and flexible electronic circuits and displays are attractive for next-generation visual technologies, including windshield displays, head-mounted displays, and transparent screen monitors. Here we report on the fabrication of transparent transistors and circuits based on the combination of nanoscopic dielectrics and organic, inorganic, or hybrid semiconductors. Furthermore, the first demonstration of a transparent and flexible AMOLED display driven solely by In2O3 nanowire transistors (NWTs) is reported. The display region exhibits an optical transmittance of ∼35% and a green peak luminance of ∼300 cd/m 2. These results indicate that NWT-based drive circuits are attractive for fully transparent display technologies.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of International Meeting on Information Display
Pages973-974
Number of pages2
Volume8
Publication statusPublished - 2008
Event8th International Meeting on Information Display - International Display Manufacturing Conference 2008 and Asia Display 2008, IMID/IDMC/ASIA DISPLAY 2008 - Ilsan, Korea, Republic of
Duration: Oct 13 2008Oct 17 2008

Other

Other8th International Meeting on Information Display - International Display Manufacturing Conference 2008 and Asia Display 2008, IMID/IDMC/ASIA DISPLAY 2008
CountryKorea, Republic of
CityIlsan
Period10/13/0810/17/08

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Electronic equipment
Display devices
Transistors
Nanowires
Networks (circuits)
Flexible displays
Flexible electronics
Windshields
Opacity
Luminance
Demonstrations
Semiconductor materials
Fabrication

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Ju, S., Liu, J., Li, J., Chen, P. C., Zhou, C., Facchetti, A., ... Marks, T. J. (2008). New optically transparent materials for transparent electronics and displays. In Proceedings of International Meeting on Information Display (Vol. 8, pp. 973-974)

New optically transparent materials for transparent electronics and displays. / Ju, Sanghyun; Liu, Jun; Li, Jianfeng; Chen, Po Chiang; Zhou, Chongwu; Facchetti, Antonio; Janes, David B.; Marks, Tobin J.

Proceedings of International Meeting on Information Display. Vol. 8 2008. p. 973-974.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Ju, S, Liu, J, Li, J, Chen, PC, Zhou, C, Facchetti, A, Janes, DB & Marks, TJ 2008, New optically transparent materials for transparent electronics and displays. in Proceedings of International Meeting on Information Display. vol. 8, pp. 973-974, 8th International Meeting on Information Display - International Display Manufacturing Conference 2008 and Asia Display 2008, IMID/IDMC/ASIA DISPLAY 2008, Ilsan, Korea, Republic of, 10/13/08.
Ju S, Liu J, Li J, Chen PC, Zhou C, Facchetti A et al. New optically transparent materials for transparent electronics and displays. In Proceedings of International Meeting on Information Display. Vol. 8. 2008. p. 973-974
Ju, Sanghyun ; Liu, Jun ; Li, Jianfeng ; Chen, Po Chiang ; Zhou, Chongwu ; Facchetti, Antonio ; Janes, David B. ; Marks, Tobin J. / New optically transparent materials for transparent electronics and displays. Proceedings of International Meeting on Information Display. Vol. 8 2008. pp. 973-974
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