Alex Omid-Zohoor

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BSEE, Stanford University, 2010
MSEE, Stanford University, 2011 
Admitted to Ph.D. Candidacy: 2011-2012

Research: Design of Organic Electronics

Organic electronics are an enabling technology in a number of applications that demand mechanical flexibility, large-area coverage, or very low cost. The recent development of low-voltage p-channel and n-channel organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs) offers potential for many novel applications. Because OTFTs can be manufactured at or near room temperature, they allow integrated circuits to be made on flexible plastic substrates that do not withstand the high processing temperatures used for silicon-based devices. In the current project, we are looking to demonstrate the next generation of organic circuits that go beyond basic building block demos. We are currently working on a circuit design that integrates OTFT chemical sensors and a slope ADC on the same substrate.

Email: alexoz AT stanford DOT edu

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