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Printed organic electronics is a disruptive technology based on researches started in the 2000s with the aim of developing semiconductor properties of organic and polymer materials. The technology is based on new organic-conductor and semiconductor materials combined with large area, high-volume deposition and patterning equipment.
The technology development is focused on organic photodetectors, converting photons into electrons, for sensoring functionality.
ISORG has a strategic R&D partnership with the CEA-LITEN at Grenoble in France, illustrated by more than 50 men-year activity and 25 patents.