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Dr Michael Thomschke

// studied physics at TU Dresden before completing his doctoral thesis on organic light-emitting diodes from 2007 to 2011 under Professor Karl Leo at the Institute for Applied Photophysics

// His research focuses on the properties of thin-film organic semi-conductors and their applications in optoelectronics and other fields

// He has worked in the microdisplays and sensors business unit at Fraunhofer FEP (prior to 2014: Fraunhofer COMEDD) since 2011, where he has particular responsibility for OLED technology and silicon-based systems

Contact: laborundmore@succidia.de

Organic electronics for sensor applications

Served on a chip - von Dr Michael Thomschke

Intelligent, portable medical equipment is essential for the provision of rapid and straightforward point-of-care patient diagnostics. In an emergency, lab-on-chip applications in portable devices can help to save valuable time and cut the costs of clinical laboratory analysis. Other application areas in non-invasive medical monitoring such as pulse oximetry also stand to benefit [1].