RESEARCH SERVICES

As part of our commitment to serve the wider community, we provide quality calibration and measurement services for local and overseas companies.

In addition to our own core research activities, we accept research contracts to support industry activities in the field of Plastic Electronics by conducting both fundamental and applied studies relevant to our partner’s (both local and overseas companies) core business to enhance our partner’s competitiveness.

We also provide specialised characterisation and calibration services, including radiometric and wavelength calibration of spectrographs and spectrometers in the optical and NIR spectral regions, absolute solid-state fluorescence quantum efficiency determination, and surface contact angle measurements.

Calibration services:

i. Radiometric and wavelength calibration of spectrographs and spectrometers in the optical and NIR spectral regions.

ii. Photoresponse calibration of photodiodes in the optical and NIR spectral regions.

Measurement services:

i. Absolute fluorescence quantum efficiency determination (by integrating sphere).

ii. Variable-temperature spectroscopies of thin solid films: FTIR (30 K to 393 K), UV-Vis-NIR (30 K to 393 K), Raman (198 K to 393 K), fluorescence (30 K to 393 K), and variable-angle spectroscopic ellipsometry (198 K to 393 K), in air or in nitrogen.

iii. Surface contact angle (both dynamic and static) and viscometry.

We also offer full research solutions through contract research to local and overseas partner companies on longer-term research projects of mutual interest in polymer organic semiconductors and devices.

Research capabilities:

i. Polymer organic light-emitting diodes, photovoltaics and field-effect transistors.

ii. Inkjet-printed electronics based on Litrex 120 and Dimatix 2831 platforms. [Note this facility will be available to A*STAR researchers free-of-charge, subject only to availability and charges for consumables, services and the use of ancillary facilities.]

iii. Structure-property relationships of polymer organic semiconductor materials through joint spectroscopic and device measurements.

iv. Solution-processable graphenes.

For exploratory discussions, please contact us.

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