Professor Manuel Quevedo Lopez, University of Texas at Dallas
October 7, 2021
The development of low temperature device technologies that have enabled flexible displays also present opportunities for flexible electronics and flexible integrated systems. In this presentation, Professor Lopez discusses fundamental materials properties including crystalline structure, interfacial reactions, doping, etc. defining performance and reliability of perovskite II-VI and oxide-based materials and devices for flexible and large area electronics. Materials characterization methods including RBS, XPS, XRD, etc. are used to analyze materials deposited by pulsed laser deposition, chemical bath deposition and inkjet printing. Finally, Professor Lopez demonstrates an integrated neutron / gamma ray sensor fully fabricated at UT-Dallas that includes wireless communication to a mobile device.
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Large Area Solid-State Radiation Detectors