Organic electronics have drawn many attentions for tomorrow’s smart devices because of their thin, light and flexible forms. Such organic devices can be applied in ICT, energy, and healthcare as wearable devices. In South Korea, huge efforts are being paid in manufacturing of OPVs, OLED displays, and various stretchable sensors. Benefits of organic electronics such as variety of materials, high tunability of material properties, and cost-effective manufacturing process enable customizable flexible electronics. However, industrialization of these organic electronics remains still challenging due to their low quantum efficiency, degradation of organic active materials by oxidation and humidity as well as the need of novel low temperature manufacturing process.
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