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RESEARCH

Laser-Material InteractionsLight-induced flexible electrodes












Light-induced heating has been spotlightedas a new technology for the flexible electrode fabrication because the ability to heat locally, selectively, and rapidly has provided major increases in control, speed and energy efficiency, which can realize facile fabrication of high performance conductors on plastic substrate. We have developed the excellent performance flexible electrodes fabricated by light-induced plasmonic interactions of nanomaterials based on theoretical investigations of various photothermal properties for various applications such as energy harvester, touch screen panel, and memory. The proposed researches and theoretical investigations can provide the important technical and scientific solutions and guide lines for the light processing design toward industrial commercialization of next-generation flexible electronics.


[Related References]

"Plasmonic-Tuned Flash Cu Nanowelding for Ultrafast Photochemical-Reducing and Interlocking on Flexible Plastics" Adv. Funct. Mater., 27, 1701138, 2017. 

"Flash-Induced Self-Limited Plasmonic Welding of Silver Nanowire Network for Transparent Flexible Energy Harvester" Adv. Mater., 29, 1603473, 2017,


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