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Fabrication Process of High Performance Organic Photodiode Array for Full Color Imaging

Title
Fabrication Process of High Performance Organic Photodiode Array for Full Color Imaging
Translated Title
풀 컬러 이미징을 위한 고성능 유기 포토 다이오드 어레이의 제조 공정 개발
Authors
Sim, Kyu Min
DGIST Authors
Sim, Kyu Min; Yang, JiwoongChoi, Jongmin
Advisor(s)
양지웅
Co-Advisor(s)
Choi, Jongmin
Issue Date
2020
Available Date
2020-08-06
Degree Date
2020/08
Type
Thesis
Description
Organic image sensor, Organic photodiode, Organic semiconductor, Patterning process
Abstract
As interest in applications in biomedicine, education, environmental monitoring, optical communications, pharmaceutics and machine vision grows, interest in image sensors are growing. However, in order to apply the image sensor to various applications, there are many limitations such as the thick thickness of Si (>3 ㎛), the need for color filters for the color selectivity, and insufficient mechanical properties. Organic semiconductors are a very attractive material to cover these problems. In this paper, we present the mechanism and manufacturing process of color-selective photodiode using organic semiconductor.
Table Of Contents
List of Contents Abstract ·································································································· i List of contents ······················································································· ii List of tables ··························································································· iii List of figures ························································································· vi Part 1. Part 1. Facile tuning the detection spectrum of Organic Thin Film Photodiode via Selective Exciton-Activation 1.1 INTRODUCTION ································································································ 8 1.2 Results & Discussion························································································· 10 1.3 Conclusion········································································································ 21 Part 2. Surfactant-Induced Solubility Control to Realize Water-Processed High Precision Patterning of Polymeric Semiconductors for Full Color Organic Image Sensor 2.1 INTRODUCTION································································································· 31 2.2 Results & Discussion·························································································· 33 2.3 Conclusion········································································································ 47
URI
http://dgist.dcollection.net/common/orgView/200000320919
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/12161
DOI
https://doi.org/10.22677/thesis.200000320919
Degree
Master
Department
Department of Energy Science and Engineering
University
DGIST
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