Nanostructured organic systems
The smallest structures in conventional semiconductor technology are many times thinner than a human hair. Yet the smaller the structures, the more effort and money is involved in the production process costs. Various organic systems have the advantage of arranging themselves into nanostructures within the framework of their synthesis process. By controlling the growth of these systems, experts at the Institute are developing new electronic and optoelectronic components with definite merits, such as small structure size, low power consumption, high efficiency and low production costs.