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Flexible and deformable silicon thin-film transistor backplanes

Wagner, S. and Gleskova, H. and Hsu, P. I. and Sturm, J. C. and Suo, Z. (2003) Flexible and deformable silicon thin-film transistor backplanes. In: Proceedings of the10th International Display Workshop (IDW '03). ITE and SID (The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers and The Society for Information Display), Fukuoka, Japan, pp. 303-306.

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Abstract

This chapter looks at flexible and deformable silicon thin-film transistor backplanes