Ingo Hoerselmann

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We fabricate and characterize asymmetric memristors which show a very strong single-sided hysteresis. When biased in one direction there is hysteresis and in the opposite direction there is a lack of hysteresis. We demonstrate that this apparent lack is actually hysteresis on a much faster time-scale. We further demonstrate that this form of asymmetric(More)
Recent developments towards future polymer electronics are aimed at different applications as organic displays, complementary circuits, and all-polymer integrated circuits [1-3]. Basic devices are organic field-effect transistors (OFET, cross section in Figs.2 and 3) with an active layer made from an organic material. Until now the achieved performance of(More)
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