Dr Andreas Petritz
- Study of Pressure Distribution in Floor Tiles with Printed P(VDF:TrFE) Sensors for Smart Surface Applications
- Fine-Tuning the Performance of Ultraflexible Organic Complementary Circuits on a Single Substrate via a Nanoscale Interfacial Photochemical Reaction
- Standalone Power Management System for Flexible Piezo Electric Nano Generators (PENG) Based on the Co-Polymer P(VDF:TrFE)
- Pinaceae Fir Resins as Natural Dielectrics for Low Voltage Operating, Hysteresis-Free Organic Field Effect Transistors
- Heterogeneous Functional Dielectric Patterns for Charge-Carrier Modulation in Ultraflexible Organic Integrated Circuits
- Imperceptible energy harvesting device and biomedical sensor based on ultraﬂexible ferroelectric transducers and organic diodes
- Interfacial Band Engineering of MoS2/Gold Interfaces Using Pyrimidine‐Containing Self‐Assembled Monolayers: Toward Contact‐Resistance‐Free Bottom‐Contacts
- Flexible Single‐Substrate Integrated Active‐Matrix Pyroelectric Sensor
- Critical Evaluation of Organic Thin-Film Transistor Models
- Embedded Dipole Self‐Assembled Monolayers for Contact Resistance Tuning in p‐Type and n‐Type Organic Thin Film Transistors and Flexible Electronic Circuits
- Characterization and Compact Modeling of Self-Aligned Short-Channel Organic Transistors
- Dicyano- and tetracyanopentacene: foundation of an intriguing new class of easy-to-synthesize organic semiconductors
- High-Speed Plastic Integrated Circuits: Process Integration, Design, and Test
- "Electrical in-situ characterisation of interface stabilised organic thin-film transistors "
- "Ambipolar inverters with cellulose derivative based material as gate dielectric layer "
- "Cellulose derivative based gate dielectric for high performance organic complementary inverters; Advanced Materials 2015 "
- "Photolithographic patterning of cellulose: a versatile dual-tone photoresist for advanced applications"
- High performance p-type organic thin film transistors with an intrinsically photopatternable, ultrathin polymer dielectric layer
- Cellulose as biodegradable high-k dielectric layer in organic complementary inverters