-A A +A
In organic light‐emitting transistors, the structural properties such as the in‐plane geometry and the lateral charge injection are the key elements that enable the monolithic integration of multiple electronic, optoelectronic, and photonic functions within the same device. Here, the realization of highly integrated multifunctional optoelectronic organic device is reported by introducing a high‐capacitance photonic crystal as a gate dielectric into a transparent single‐layer ambipolar organic light‐emitting transistor (OLET). By engineering the photonic crystal multistack and bandgap, it is showed that the integration of the photonic structure has a twofold effect on the optoelectronic performance of the device, i.e., i) to modulate the spectral profile and outcoupling of the emitted light and ii) to enhance the transistor source–drain current by a 25‐fold factor. Consequently, the photonic‐crystal‐integrated OLET shows an order of …
Publication date: 
1 Jun 2017

Marco Natali, Santiago D Quiroga, Luca Passoni, Luigino Criante, Emilia Benvenuti, Gabriele Bolognini, Laura Favaretto, Manuela Melucci, Michele Muccini, Francesco Scotognella, Fabio Di Fonzo, Stefano Toffanin

Biblio References: 
Volume: 27 Issue: 21 Pages: 1605164
Advanced Functional Materials