Invited; P-channel metal oxide thin film transistors for flexible CMOS logic: Challenges and opportunities

Conference Dates

May 15-18, 2023


The ‘unique selling point’ of thin film transistors (TFTs) compared with MOSFETs is that the former do not require the substrate to be a semiconducting material. It is for this reason that TFTs are required for active matrix display backplanes. However, the development of the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) presents a new opportunity for TFTs as it becomes possible to build complex logic or memory circuits on flexible substrates that can be more easily incorporated into products such as clothing or packaging without the form factor restrictions that rigid semiconducting substrates impose. There have been recent reports of the successful fabrication of basic microprocessors comprising TFTs on plastic substrates instead of MOSFETs [1].

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