Presentation of the organics electronics research activities of the Elorga team
Organic electronics is a rapidly growing field that aims to develop and commercialize electronic devices made from organic semiconductors. This technology has been evolving since the 1980s, and it has now become a distinct discipline. Organic electronics has several objectives, including the development of new types of electronic devices, the reduction of manufacturing costs, and the creation of more sustainable and environmentally friendly electronics.
One of the most significant objectives of organic electronics is to create new types of electronic devices that are flexible, lightweight, and can be produced in large quantities. Organic electronic devices, such as OLEDs and organic solar cells, have several advantages over traditional inorganic devices. They are cheaper to produce, more energy-efficient, and can be fabricated on flexible substrates. As a result, organic electronics has attracted significant investment from both industry and academia, with many companies and research institutions working to develop and commercialize organic electronic devices