Solution-Processed Quantum Dot Photodetectors

@article{Konstantatos2009SolutionProcessedQD,
  title={Solution-Processed Quantum Dot Photodetectors},
  author={Gerasimos Konstantatos and Edward. H. Sargent},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
  year={2009},
  volume={97},
  pages={1666-1683}
}
Digital imaging has traditionally been enabled by single-crystalline photodetectors. This approach typically either mandates the use of silicon as photon-to-electron converter or requires a hybrid-integrated solution. In contrast, solution-processed optoelectronic materials offer convenient integration of light-sensing materials atop an electronic readout circuit. Colloidal quantum dots offer particular advantages, combining solution-processing with the spectral tunability afforded by the… 
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