Vincenzo authors a book on organic narrowband photodetectors
Dec 31, 2019
Prof. Pecunia has authored a book for Institute of Physics Publishing (IOPP) entitled “Organic Narrowband Photodetectors: Materials, Devices and Applications
Narrowband photodetectors underlie a wide range of applications, including colour sensing for digital photography, computer vision, biomedicine, and visible-light communications. Organic semiconductors provide a formidable platform for narrowband photodetection, firstly because their optical properties can be easily tuned by chemical tailoring, in many cases allowing narrowband absorption. Additionally, the facile methods with which they can be processed enable organic narrowband photodetectors to be realised on flexible plastic substrates, which are highly attractive for point-of-use, compact devices for smart-sensor systems, lab-on-chip devices, and the Internet of Things. The versatility of organic semiconductors, their device configurations, and their processing methods have led to a particularly rich research landscape in organic narrowband photodetectors.
This book is the first-ever title on the subject of narrowband organic photodetectors, and it provides a comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of the field and its applications. It covers both the fundamentals and the most advanced aspects, and additionally provides the most extensive tabulated collection of organic narrowband photodetector performance data.
The book can be purchased in hardback or as an e-book from the publisher’s Online Bookstore
as well as from all major bookstores (Amazon
, Barnes & Noble
, Book Depository
V. Pecunia†*, “Organic Narrowband Photodetectors: Materials, Devices and Applications”, Institute of Physics (IOP) Publishing
, Bristol, UK, 2019. ISBN: 9780750326629, DOI: 10.1088/978-0-7503-2663-6.