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  , Thin Film Transistors (TFTs)
 


   - Use of TFTs: digital integrated circuits, driving backplane for display applications
 


   - Working principle of TFTs
 


   - Multiscale nanomaterials for TFT applications
 


   - Organic semiconductor-based TFTs (OTFTs)
    Advantages: high electrical performance, suitable for downscailing, sizable bandgap (high on-to-off ratio)
  Research interests: improved electrical reliability of TMDC-TFTs, solution processed TMDC-TFTs
 


   - Transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs)-based TFTs
    Advantages: high electrical performance, suitable for downscailing, sizable bandgap (high on-to-off ratio)
  Research interests: improved electrical reliability of TMDC-TFTs, solution processed TMDC-TFTs
 


   - Carbon nanotube-based TFTs
    Advantages: high electrical performance, excellent stability, low electron scattering
  Research interests: Electrical characterization of Carbon nanotube, flexible and stretchable electronics
 


   - Metal oxide-based TFTs
    Advantages: compatibility with the conventional semiconductor technology, no current tailing, Low off current
  Research interests: solution processed metal oxide, bioelectronics
 




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