3D Printing Technology Facilitates Fabrication Of A Curved Organic Photodetector For Image Sensing Devices
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My project focuses on developing high performance organic / inorganic photodetectors with high detectivity and a wide linear dynamic range for medical / industrial imager applications. Specifically, we design, fabricate and measure the high performance inverted organic photodetectors employing novel organic materials and processes. We believe that, in the near future, the new concept of the photodetector devices can be readily applied to next-generation imager array development. I received B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea and M.S. degree in EECS from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. I am currently a Ph.D candidate at the same department. Before joining UofM, I worked as an engineering researcher in LG Display, Korea for one year. I had summer internship experiences at HP lab and Apple during Ph.D program.

                       

3D Printing Technology Facilitates Fabrication Of A Curved Organic Photodetector For Image Sensing Devices

The retinal visual system of mammals is regarded as an ideal imaging system due to its wide field of view (FOV), low aberration, and low f-number. The simple one-lens imaging system is enabled by the curved retina located at the back of the eyeball. Compared to the natural imaging system, most of the modern artificial imaging systems are based on flat focal plane array (FPA) technology. The planar FPA system requires complicated multi-element lenses to correct the radial image surface, as...

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