Jerzy Kanicki

Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering
Professor of Macromolecular Science and Engineering, College of Engineering
(734) 936-0964

Since 2006, in collaboration with the multi-national industries, the Kanicki group has been developing new knowledge in the metal oxide semiconductor devices and circuits for flat panel displays, and imaging hemispherical detection systems.

Today the group still continues to be interested in improving inorganic and organic, and active-matrix arrays technology (including electrical properties and stability, low temperature processing, new device and circuit structures) for flat panel displays, detectors on flexible plastic substrates and electronic circuits on flexible substrates.

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Research Interests: 
Professor Kanicki’s research interests include organic and molecular electronics, thin-film transistors and circuits, and flat panel displays technology including organic light-emitting devices.