Advanced Organic Materials for Optoelectronic Integrated Devices, Interconnects, and Packaging
Organic materials complement many commonly used inorganic materials in optical devices due to their improved linear and nonlinear optical properties. Research has progressed on several fronts, investigating the electrooptic, photorefractive, and light-emitting properties of organic materials, and their mechanical and chemical stability for commercial applications. We present some of our achievements which demonstrate the attractive performance of the organic materials, and show that practical optical devices using organic materials are closer to commercial development.
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