Assessment of Processing Conditions in Organic Field Effect Transistors

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    Rachel M. Rahn (Purdue), Jianguo Mei (Purdue), Yan Zhao (Purdue)
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    2033.001 (Purdue University)


Polymer-based organic field-effect transistors (OFETs) have attracted considerable attention because they enable low-cost fabrication, solution-processing, and potentially disposable flexible organic electronic devices. Processing conditions play a critical role in thin film formation and device performance. In this study, an empirical analysis tool called Process Scout developed by Genemetrix will be applied to assess the processing factors including spin coating velocity and annealing temperatures in the fabrication of DPP-0 (Diketopyrrolopyrrole) based OFETs. This will create a realistic model because common variance is not assumed and multiple response variables can be analyzed in the real space. The developed process will be applied to study other organic semiconductors, which is the first step in creating a standard processing protocol and allows OFETs to flourish.

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