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New Opportunity for Organic Semiconductors: Applications in Shortwave Infrared Photodetectors

The demand for shortwave infrared (SWIR) sensors has shown significant growth in the market. However, the prevailing high costs of existing technology presents a challenge to widespread adoption in consumer electronics. In response, novel technologies have emerged, and among them, organic semiconductors have garnered attention due to their flexible molecular design, large-area coating capability, and devoid of heavy metals. These distinctive attributes position organic semiconductors as promising candidate for SWIR applications. In this presentation, we will summarize an overview of the current status and challenges of utilizing organic semiconductors for SWIR photodetectors from the perspective of a material developer.



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