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Competitive electronics manufacturing depends upon the development and integration of innovative and cost-effective device and materials technologies to create the diverse electrical and optical components or subsystems needed for tomorrow's electronics applications. Whether it is for memory or logic devices; optical or electrical interconnection, illumination or information displays; light or energy resources; detectors, sensors, or actuators; or lithography or molecular patterning, active organic technologies are emerging as viable technology options for creating new and improved electrical and optical systems and products.

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Alan J. Heeger Phys, UCSB Conductive polymer 2000 Nobel Prize winner
J Fraser Stoddart Chem, UCLA  Novel active organic materials  Fourth most-cited researcher in chemistry 1994-2004
Richard Friend Phys, Cambridge Conductive polymer and flexible electronics top cited researcher in conductive polymer 1991-2001
John A. Rogers  Chem, UIUC  Organic semiconductor and relate device fabrication Science, 303, 1644-1646 (2004)
Stephen R. Forrest EE, Princeton  Organic thin film optical devices
Zhennan Bao  ChE, Stanford Organic semiconductor materials Z. Bao, “Fine Printing”, Nature Materials, 3, 137-138, 2004
Larry Dalton  Chem, U Washington  Organic optical materials L. R. Dalton, Materials Today, 5, 38 2002

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