Scientists from Kiel University (CAU) have investigated the possibility of using organic optoelectronics in the field of measurement technology. The goal is to integrate OLEDs and OPVs on a chip for the development of future lab-on-chip system for fluorescence detection. In a first proof-of-principle experiment, organic light-emitting diodes and organic solar cells in various designs were realized on a substrate in the clean room of the Kieler Nanolabor and initial fluorescence measurements were carried out. These results were presented in a lecture at the XXXI. Messtechnisches Symposium des Arbeitskreises der Hochschullehrer für Messtechnik (S. Jahns, J. Balke, A.F. Iwers, M. Gerken: Organic optoelectronics for lab-on-chip fluorescence detection, Proceedings AHMT 2017).
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