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TREASORES - Transparent Electrodes for Large Area, Large Scale Production of Organic Optoelectronic Devices

TREASORES - Transparent Electrodes for Large Area, Large Scale Production of Organic Optoelectronic Devices

Funding Program: 
EU - FP7
Coordinator: 
Frank Nüesch of Empa (the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology)
Call: 
FP7-2012-NMP-ICT-FoF
Project ID: 
314068
PI at nanoGUNE: 
Mato Knez- m.knez@nanogune.eu
From: 
01/11/2012
To: 
31/10/2015
Total funding: 
14 009 011 €
Contribution to nanoGUNE: 
393 178 €
Web: 
treasores.eu
Research: 
TREASORES is a project concerned with cheaper production of large-area organic electronics such as lighting panels and solar cells. This will be achieved by developing materials and processes that are compatible with roll-to-roll processing technology, in particular transparent electrodes, barrier foils, and encapsulation layers.

The principal objective of TREASORES is the development and low-cost fabrication of large area transparent conducting barrier foils, and their integration into roll-to-roll produced organic electroluminescent and photovoltaic prototypes (bigger than 100 square centimetres)

To achieve this it will be necessary for the project to:

  • fabricate conductive, transparent barrier substrates using roll-to-roll processes
  • fabricate optoelectronic devices on these barrier substrates with good efficiciencies
  • to integrate effective encapsulation of these devices with roll-to-roll manufacturing (target OLED lifetime > 10000 hours)

The target efficiencies of the devices, and the scales upon which these efficiencies will be demonstrated, have been agreed with the EC, but as these figures are commercially sensitive they are not repeated here. 

Partners: 
organic electronics
lighting panels
solar-cells
energy
new materials
transparent electrodes
barrier foils
encapsulation layers
cheaper devices
flexible devices
LCA
OLED
OPV
roll to roll