Publications

Publications

  • Mario ProsaEmilia BenvenutiDavid KallweitPaola PellacaniMichael ToerkerMargherita BolognesiLaura Lopez-SanchezVincenzo RagonaFranco MarabelliStefano Toffanin “Organic Light-Emitting Transistors in a Smart-Integrated System for Plasmonic-Based Sensing”

    https://doi.org/10.1002/adfm.202104927

  • Mario Prosa, Salvatore Moschetto, Emilia Benvenuti, Massimo Zambianchi, Michele Muccini, Manuela Melucci, Stefano Toffanin  “On the Nature of Charge-Injecting Contacts in Organic Field-Effect Transistors”

    https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsami.0c05106

  • Mario Prosa, Salvatore Moschetto, Emilia Benvenuti, Massimo Zambianchi, Michele Muccini, Manuela Melucci, Stefano Toffanin  “2, 3-thienoimide-ended oligothiophenes as ambipolar semiconductors for multifunctional single-layer light-emitting transistors”

    https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2020/tc/d0tc03326j#!divAbstract

  • Mario Prosa, Margherita Bolognesi, Lucia Fornasari, Gerardo Grasso, Laura Lopez-Sanchez, Franco Marabelli, Stefano Toffanin “Nanostructured Organic/Hybrid Materials and Components in Miniaturized Optical and Chemical Sensors

    https://www.mdpi.com/2079-4991/10/3/480

  • Koopman, Muccini, ToffaninHigh-Resolution Photoluminescence Electro-Modulation Microscopy by Scanning Lock-In

    Article in Zenodo repository: https://zenodo.org/record/2650290

  • Prosa, Benvenuti, Pasini, Giovanella, Bolognesi, Meazza, Galeotti, Muccini, Toffanin, “Organic Light-Emitting Transistors with Simultaneous Enhancement of Optical Power and External Quantum Efficiency via Conjugated Polar Polymer Interlayers” ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 25580, 10, 2018

    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.8b06466

  • Koopman, Natali, Bettini, Melucci, Muccini, Toffanin, “Contact Resistance in Ambipolar Organic Field-effect Transistors measured by Confocal Photoluminescence Electro-Modulation Microscopy” ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.8b05518

Press Release

  • 04/11/2019 | Fraunhofer FEP Newsletter

    Rapid test to ensure high milk quality – enhanced safety in the dairy industry

    Standards of food safety and food quality, especially in the dairy industry, have never been higher in Germany and throughout the European Union . READ MORE>>

  • 22/10/2018 | Informatore Zootecnico

    Un sensore ottico per la qualità del latte

    Istituto per lo studio dei materiali nanostrutturati del Consiglio nazionale delle ricerche (Cnr-Ismn). Qui è in fase di ingegnerizzazione un nuovo sensore ottico altamente integrato per monitorare antibiotici, micotossine e altre sostanze lungo la filiera del latte. Il progetto si chiama Moloko . READ MORE>>

  • 02/09/2018 | Electronics 360

    Photonics to help dairy industry with new five-minute scan

    A new optical sensor that can check the presence of contaminants in milk and produce a detailed reading in 5 minutes, is set to dramatically reduce costs, wastage and antibiotic use linked to the production, quality control, and processing phases in the dairy industry. READ MORE>>

  • 31/08/2018 | Science Business

    Photonics to help dairy industry with new 5-minute scan

    A new optical sensor that can check the presence of contaminants in milk and produce a detailed reading in 5 minutes, is set to dramatically reduce costs, wastage and antibiotic use linked to the production, quality control, and processing phases in the dairy industry. READ MORE>>

  • 30/08/2018 | Optics.org

    Milk sensor tipped to cut contaminants

    European consortium is developing tiny organic optoelectronic device to help cut antibiotic use and check animal health. READ MORE>>

  • 30/08/2018 | Laser Focus World

    Five-minute dairy milk scan is goal of surface plasmon resonance sensor

    A new optical sensor that can check the presence of contaminants in milk and produce a detailed reading in 5 minutes, is set to dramatically reduce costs, wastage and antibiotic use linked to the production, quality control, and processing phases in the dairy industry. READ MORE>>

  • 30/08/2018 | newelectronics

    Photonics to help dairy industry with new 5-minute scan

    A new optical sensor that can check the presence of contaminants in milk and produce a detailed reading in 5 minutes, could dramatically reduce costs, wastage and antibiotic use linked to the production, quality control, and processing phases in the dairy industry. READ MORE>>

  • 29/08/2018 | Electronic Specifier

    Photonics to help dairy industry with new 5-minute scan

    A new optical sensor that can check the presence of contaminants in milk and produce a detailed reading in 5 minutes, could dramatically reduce costs, wastage and antibiotic use linked to the production, quality control, and processing phases in the dairy industry. READ MORE>>

  • 29/08/2018 | Tech me Zine

    Photonics to help dairy industry with new 5-minute scan

    A new optical sensor that can check the presence of contaminants in milk and produce a detailed reading in 5 minutes, could dramatically reduce costs, wastage and antibiotic use linked to the production, quality control, and processing phases in the dairy industry. READ MORE>>

  • 29/08/2018 | Novus Light

    Scanning Dairy Cows with Photonic Technology

    A new optical sensor that can check the presence of contaminants in milk and produce a detailed reading in 5 minutes, could dramatically reduce costs, wastage and antibiotic use linked to the production, quality control, and processing phases in the dairy industry. READ MORE>>

  • 29/08/2018 | Azo Optics

    Photonics to Help Dairy Industry with New 5-Minute Scan

    A new optical sensor that can check the presence of contaminants in milk and produce a detailed reading in 5 minutes, is set to dramatically reduce costs, wastage and antibiotic use linked to the production, quality control, and processing phases in the dairy industry. READ MORE>>