Electronic Organic and Inorganic Hybrid Nanomaterials — Synthesis, Device Physics and their Applications: Volume 1359. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2315264
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  • 220 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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Symposium NN, 'Electronic Organic and Inorganic Hybrid Nanomaterials–Synthesis, Device Physics and their Applications', was held April 25–29 at the 2011 MRS Spring Meeting in San Francisco, California. The possibility of combining properties of organic and inorganic components in a unique hybrid composite material creates many potential applications. The combination at the nanosize level of inorganic and organic, or even bioactive components, in a single material has made accessible an immense new area of materials science that has extraordinary implications in the development of multifunctional materials. The promising applications are expected in many fields, including display, thin film transistors, electronic memory and switching devices, photonics, sensors and biological applications. This volume is a collection of 26 excellent papers from the proceedings.
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Part I - Display:
1. Low power reflective display with print-like color via novel electronic inks Zhang-Lin Zhou;
2. Microcapsule-based materials for electrophoretic displays Hongzheng Chen;
3. Development of new polymer systems and quantum dots – polymer nanocomposites for low-cost, flexible OLED display applications Lihua Zhao;
4. ZnO-based transparent anodes for organic light-emitting devices Terry Alford;
5. Single-carrier devices for the understanding of the voltage drift in organic light emitting diodes Julien Boizot;

Part II - Thin Film Transistors:
6. A study on the importance of isolation of the active regions for high performance organic circuits Robert Myers;
7. Modelling of polycrystalline organic thin-film transistor and Schottky diode for the design of simple functional blocks Munira Raja;
8. Influence of the annealing atmosphere on solution based zinc oxide thin film transistors Claudia Busch;
9. Investigations into current modulation mechanisms in low operating voltage organic thin film transistors and their relationship to the materials employed Daniel Elkington;

Part III - Memory and Photonic Switching Devices:
10. Co2+ ions-containing ordered silica monoliths: influence of the copolymer P123/Si and Co2+ ions/Si ratios on the organization of the monoliths Anne Bleuzen;
11. High thermally stable hybrid materials for optical interconnects Tetsuo Sato;
12. Effect of light intensity on Schottky barrier widths and I-V characteristics of polymer heterojunction photodiodes Ali Bilge Guvenc;

Part IV - Photovoltaics:
13. Design of CdS quantum dots / multi-walled carbon nanotubes hybrid structures for photovoltaic applications Fayna Mammeri;
14. The modulation of bulk-organic solar cells: the effect of serial and parallel resistances and the relationship with the microscopic morphology Luiz Pereira;
15. Electrospun TiO2 nanofibers for organic-inorganic hybrid photovoltaic cells Takashi Sagawa;

Part V - Sensor and Biological Applications:
16. Size-dependent reactivity in the functionalization of nanostructured silicon surfaces Jonathan Veinot;
17. Hybrid gold nanofinger SERS structure for sensing applications Zhiyong Li;
18. Encapsulation of luminescent silicon nanocrystals within mesoporous silica nanospheres: synthesis and effect on photoluminescence Jonathan Veinot;
19. Label free DNA detection using large area graphene-based FET biosensors Shirui Guo;

Part VI - New Hybrid Material Synthesis and Characterizations:
20. Refractive index engineering of polymer nanocomposites prepared by end-grafted polymer chains onto inorganic nanoparticles Peng Tao;
21. Low field magnetoresistance at room temperature in CrO2 doped polyvinyl alcohol films Somnath Biswas;
22. Design and functionalization of magnetic core-shell oxide nanoparticles exhibiting exchange bias features Fayna Mammeri;
23. Outstanding radiation performance of an all-carbon nanotube patch Amit Verma;
24. Non-lithographic patterning of oxide-embedded silicon nanoparticles Jonathan Veinot;
25. Towards a room temperature organic spin valve: structural, magnetic and transport properties of Fe3O4/PTCTE/Co devices Mathieu Palosse;
26. Electrical properties of thin layers consisting of surface functionalized silicon nanoparticles Juergen Nelles.
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Zhang-Lin Zhou
Michael Popall
Clement Sanchez
Jian Pei Peking University, Beijing.
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