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Inorganic Flexible Optoelectronics

Materials and Applications

Ma, Zhenqiang / Liu, Dong (Editor)

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1. Edition July 2019
XII, 262 Pages, Hardcover
126 Pictures (106 Colored Figures)
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ISBN: 978-3-527-34395-9
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim

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Comprehensively covering inorganic flexible optoelectronics and their applications

This highly application-oriented book provides an overview of the vibrant research field of inorganic flexible optoelectronics ? from materials to applications ? covering bulk materials as well as nanowires, thin films, nanomembranes for application in light emitting diodes, photodetectors, phototransistors, and solar cells.

Edited and written by world-leading experts in the field, Inorganic Flexible Optoelectronics: Materials and Applications begins by covering flexible inorganic light emitting diodes enabled by new materials and designs, and provides examples of their use in neuroscience research. It then looks at flexible light-emitting diodes based on inorganic semiconductor nanostructures ? from thin films to nanowires. Next, the book examines flexible photodetectors with nanomembranes and nanowires; 2-D material based photodetectors on flexible substrates; and IV group materials based solar cells and their flexible photovoltaic technologies. Following that, it presents readers with a section on thin-film III-V single junction and multijunction solar cells and demonstrates their integration onto heterogeneous substrates. Finally, the book finishes with in-depth coverage of novel materials based flexible solar cells.

-A must-have book that provides an unprecedented overview of the state of the art in flexible optoelectronics
-Supplies in-depth information for new and already active researchers in the field of optoelectronics
-Lays down the undiluted knowledge on inorganic flexible optoelectronics ? from materials to devices
-Focuses on materials and devices for high-performance applications such as light-emitting diodes, solar cells, and photodetectors

Inorganic Flexible Optoelectronics: Materials and Applications appeals to materials scientists, electronics engineers, electrical engineers, inorganic chemists, and solid state physicists.

INTRODUCTION
HIGH PERFORMANCE FLEXIBLE LIGHT EMITTING DIODES (LEDS)
AlInGaP
InGaN
GaN
NANOWIRE LEDS GROWN ON FLEXIBLE SUBSTRATES
ZnO Nanowire/GaN on Graphene Films
ZnO Nanowires
FLEXIBLE PHOTODETECTORS WITH NANOMEMBRANES AND NANOWIRES
InP Nanomembranes
Silicon Nanomembranes, Ge Nanomembranes
Flexible Phototransistors
Photodetecting p-n Diode Between Pentacene and Si Nanomembranes
ZnO Nanowires
2D MATERIAL-BASED PHOTODETECTORS ON FLEXIBLE SUBSTRATES
Graphene-based Photodetectors
Transition Metal Dichalcogenides
FLEXIBLE SOLAR CELLS WITH GROUP IV MATERIALS
Si Bulk Materials
Microscale Crystalline
Nanocrystalline Silicon
Silicon Thin Films
FLEXIBLE SOLAR CELLS WITH GROUP III-V MATERIALS
GaAs Bulk Materials
Nanocrystalline GaAs
GaAs Thin Films
NOVEL MATERIALS-BASED FLEXIBLE SOLAR CELLS
Chalcogenides
Perovskites
Colloidal Quantum Dots
CONCLUSION
Zhenqiang (Jack) Ma, PhD, is Lynn H. Matthias Professor in Engineering and Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. He has received numerous awards, including the 2008 Presidential Early Career Awards, the DARPA Young Faculty Award, and the H. I. Romnes Fellowship.

Dong Liu, PhD, is post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. She is specialized in the characterization of optical components, including lasers diodes, light-emitting diodes, photodetectors, modulators, and passive components.

Z. Ma, University of Madison-Wisconsin, USA; D. Liu, University of Madison-Wisconsin, USA