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Dear students and prospective students,
welcome to the Master’s Program in Organic and Molecular Electronics. This interdisciplinary study program is designed to provide students with professional skills needed to advance a successful international career in the cutting edge field of organic electronics. The Master’s Program in Organic and Molecular Electronics offers state of the art study conditions and excellent mentoring.


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Organic electronics (also referred to as plastic electronics) is a novel material class consisting of polymers or other low temperature processable materials. Once combined with innovative manufacturing techniques (e.g. printed electronics) these materials enable the production and development of many valuable and low cost applications. Due to its flexibility, low weight and transparency organic electronics offers a huge market potential in four key application areas: displays; photovoltaics; lighting; and integrated smart systems.

While the technology is novel it is also able to be harnessed in many current applications. The field is evolving at a rapid pace, opening many exciting possibilities and developments. It is predicted that over the course of the next decade the market will have an annual value of several hundred billion euros.

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Master's Program Organic and Molecular Electronics


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