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Ananth Dodabalapur

Researcher at University of Texas at Austin

Publications -  403
Citations -  28171

Ananth Dodabalapur is an academic researcher from University of Texas at Austin. The author has contributed to research in topics: Field-effect transistor & Thin-film transistor. The author has an hindex of 85, co-authored 394 publications receiving 27246 citations. Previous affiliations of Ananth Dodabalapur include Alcatel-Lucent & University of Colorado Colorado Springs.

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Soluble and processable regioregular poly(3‐hexylthiophene) for thin film field‐effect transistor applications with high mobility

TL;DR: In this paper, the electrical characteristics of field effect transistors using solution cast regioregular poly(3-hexylthiophene) are discussed and the authors demonstrate that both high field effect mobilities (ca. 0.045 cm2/V) and relatively high on/off current ratios (greater than 103) can be achieved.
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Large-scale complementary integrated circuits based on organic transistors

TL;DR: It is shown that such an approach can realize much larger scales of integration (in the present case, up to 864 transistors per circuit) and operation speeds of ∼1 kHz in clocked sequential complementary circuits.
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Paper-like electronic displays: Large-area rubber-stamped plastic sheets of electronics and microencapsulated electrophoretic inks

TL;DR: The sophistication and flexibility of the patterning procedures, high level of integration on plastic substrates, large area coverage, and good performance of the transistors are all important features of this work.
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A soluble and air-stable organic semiconductor with high electron mobility

TL;DR: A crystallographically engineered naphthalenetetracarboxylic diimide derivative is reported that allows us to fabricate solution-cast n-channel FETs with promising performance at ambient conditions and to produce a complementary inverter circuit whose active layers are deposited entirely from the liquid phase.
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Organic transistors: two-dimensional transport and improved electrical characteristics.

TL;DR: The thiophene oligomer α-hexathienylene (α-6T) has been successfully used as the active semiconducting material in thin-film transistors and optimized methods of device fabrication have resulted in high field-effect mobilities and on/off current ratios of > 106.