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prof. Carlo Taliani gave a speech at Plastic Electronics Dreden 2012
6-7 giugno 2012, Organic Spintronics partecipa presso lo stand del Consorzio Bologna Nanotech a Research to Business (R2B), il 7° Salone Internazionale della Ricerca Industriale
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The PPD technology for the generation of organic thin films for spintronics.
New heavy duty PPD source with 100 Hz repetition rate.
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Veloce, versatile, economica. La deposizione a plasma impulsato è un’innovativa tecnica, tutta italiana, per la produzione di film sottili altamente competitivi. Nei laboratori di Siena Solar Nanotech, che detiene il brevetto, si sta lavorando allo sviluppo del primo prototipo di impianto industriale.
Echoes from the media about the award winned by OS by Frost and Sullivan:
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Grab your copy of Nature Milestones in Spin. The Nature Publishing Group, thanks to a sponsorship by Organic Spintronics has made us all a unique free gift - a package of educational materials pertinent to all aspects of spin. It includes well written, chronologically ordered articles describing the milestones in our understanding of spin as a phenomenon, a number of historic articles starting with Peter Zeeman's 1897 paper, a selection of spin-related articles published in Nature, and even two podcasts, one by the Nobel prize winners Frank Wilczek and Richard Ernst discussing spin-world marvels, and the other by Hideo Ohno and David Awschalom discussing the recent conquests of spintronics. But hurry up, since the free bonanza has a deadline (August 31)
The 2008 Frost & Sullivan European Technology Innovation Award in the field of spintronics for sensor applications goes to Organic Spintronics in recognition of the company’s unique thin film fabrication technology that exploits the benefits offered by organic semiconductors as more suitable alternatives for transport of spin when compared to inorganic semiconductors. With its active research and development (R&D) in the field, Organic Spintronics is on the forefront of spintronics-based innovation for sensing applications as well as thin film fabrication...
Interview by Thomson-ISI to Carlo Taliani for being among the top 10 researchers in the field of Organic Thin-Film Transistors from 1997-2007
(published online at Essential Science Indicators / Special Topics)
The international community active in the dramatically emerging field of spintronics of organic semiconductors will gather in Bologna on September 9th - 11th, 2007