Florent Lefevre

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We report the first miniaturized fluorescent sensor based on algae, with an organic light emitting diode (OLED) and an organic photodetector (OPD) integrated into a microfluidic chip. The blue emission OLED was used as the excitation source, while a blend of PTB3/PC(61)BM was used for the fabrication of the organic photodetector. Excitation and emission(More)
Top emission organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) with carbon nanotubes (CNTs) as top electrodes were fabricated and characterized. Devices were fabricated on glass substrates with evaporated bottom Al/LiF cathodes, a spin coated organic emissive layer and a PEDOT-PSS hole injection layer. Transparent thin CNT films were deposited on top of the emission(More)
Since the emergence of microfluidic platforms sensors integration has been a major challenge. With the advances in miniaturization of these platforms, there is a need for solutions to integrate various optical components in order to build sensors, which will offer different detection characteristics such as several emission and sensing wavelengths.(More)
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