C7.3 - From Optochemical Sensors for Industrial Processes to Large-Area Printing of Sensor Systems Integrated with Organic Electronics

St. Köstler, E. Kraker, M. Sagmeister, B. Lamprecht, A. Bizzari, B. Stadlober, B. Ribitsch, T. Abel & T. Mayr
The importance of sensors to determine chemical and biochemical parameters increases steadily in different fields of applications. Fast and reliable sensors are demanded e.g. for process control in industry, biotechnology, patient monitoring and diagnostics, or environmental monitoring Many optical chemosensors rely on luminescence detection where the change in luminescence of an indicator dye doped film in the presence of an analyte (e.g. O2, CO2, pH, …) is detected by an optical system. We report on...