A Simple and General Route to Digital Fabrication of Inorganic Electonic Materials

Summary

 

Technology Description

 

OSU inventors, Dr.Chih-hung Chang, Doo Hyoung Lee and Yu-Jen Chang have developed simple and general routes to form high performance inorganic electronic materials( semiconductors, insulators, conductors and luminescent materials) that are suitable for digital fabrication.
This newly invented route could be implemented through a variety of processing techniques including digital fabrication techniques such as inkjet printing, gravure, micro-pen, nano fountain- pen or blanket coating techniques like screen printing, spray coating, slide coating, slot coating, curtain coating and spin coating.

 

Features & Benefits

 

  • Simple and very low cost precursors
  • Ability to make high-performance, uniform and continuous films through various digital fabrications
  • Applicable to make a large number of different compounds

  

Status

 

Published Patent Application: US-2007-0184576-A1

 

Patent Information:
Title App Type Country Serial No. Patent No. File Date Issued Date Expire Date
Solution Deposition Of Inorganic Materials And Electronic Devices Made Comprising The Inorganic Materials US Non-provisional United States 11/564,759 8,679,587 11/29/2006 3/25/2014 4/13/2029
Tech ID:
OSU-05-39
Category(s):
Materials Science
Contact:
David Dickson
IP & Licensing Manager
Oregon State University
541-737-3450
david.dickson@oregonstate.edu
Inventors:
Chih-Hung Chang
Doo-Hyoung Lee
Yu-Jen Chang
Keywords:
Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Inst. (ATAMI)
Chemicals / Chemical Engineering
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Materials Science
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