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Photovoltaic properties of molecules with internal charge transfer
Šenkýř, Marek ; Salyk, Ota (referee) ; Vala, Martin (advisor)
Práce je zaměřena na studium donor-akceptorových molekul s vnitřním přenosem náboje z hlediska jejich použití v organických solárních článcích. V práci bude studován vliv změny chemické struktury těchto molekul na optické a optoelektrické vlastnosti. Dále budou z těchto materiálů připraveny solární články a studováno jejich fotovoltaické chování.
Preparation of organic electrochemical tranzistors for biosensorics
Ehlich, Jiří ; Vala, Martin (referee) ; Salyk, Ota (advisor)
The goal of this thesis is to describe the process used in preparation of organic electrochemical transistors thus biosensors for testing potential drugs aimed for cardiomyocytes. Then explore some physical properties of developed sensors such as adhesion of materials used, conductivity of developed structures and stability of developed structures in various water environments. As primary technology used for creating our OECTs was used inkjet printing of special inks with electrical properties on PET and PEN substrate cured with special treatment before and after printing. This thesis results in complete view on technology and development of biosensors we had created.
Generation of ozone by photochemical processes in CO2
Kucserová, Aneta ; Salyk, Ota (referee) ; Mazánková, Věra (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the measurement of ozone concentration, which was produced by dielectric barrier discharge, corona discharge and UV lamp. The concentration of ozone in the air was also measured. The theoretical part deals with the basic properties of ozone, its use and determination of concentration by various methods. In the experimental part, ozone generation is described by the above-mentioned discharges.
Microelectrode arrays for mioelectronic
Bráblíková, Aneta ; Vala, Martin (referee) ; Salyk, Ota (advisor)
Organic electronic biosensors are developed as suitable devices that can transform electrochemical processes within the cell membrane into an electronic signal and enable to measure electrical activity of excitable cells and tissues both in vitro and in vivo and thus represent valuable alternative to current cell monitoring methods. In this work we focus on the fabrication of electrophysiological sensors based on organic semiconductors printed by the material printing method. Microelectrode arrays (MEAs) are active components of the device, which can monitore cellular activity and above that stimulating cells with electrical pulses. The proposed platform should be used for cytotoxicity of potential drugs especially on cardiac cells (cardiomyocytes). The experimental part focus on specific production processes of platforms, which were prepared in the laboraty with emphasis on biocompatibility and conductivity of device.
Optimalization of printing methods of organic semiconducting layers preparation
Ehlich, Jiří ; Vala, Martin (referee) ; Salyk, Ota (advisor)
Electrophysiological biosensors enables a novel way to measure electrical activity of biological structures both in-vitro and in-vivo and represents valuable alternative to current cellular activity measuring methods. Within this work we will be focusing on development of organic semiconductor (PEDOT:PSS) based Organic Electrochemical Transistors (OECTs) and optimization of material printing methods used in their development. These transistors are meant to be able to transfer electrochemical signals within the cell membrane to electrical signal. Such sensors should be used for cytotoxicity testing of chemicals and potential drugs on cardiomyocytes. Main benefits of OECTs are in their higher sensitivity thanks to their ability to locally amplify electric signals, better noise-signal ratio and outstanding biocompatibility. Their development is undemanding and inexpensive due material printing methods and materials processable at room temperatures.
Modelling of organic electrochemical transistors
Truksa, Jan ; Omasta, Lukáš (referee) ; Salyk, Ota (advisor)
The topic of this work is the making of a virtual model of a circular organic electrochemical transistor (OECT) and its electric field, and comparison of the computed results to a real system of rotationally symmetrical electrodes. The electric potential field in the transistor was modelled using the finite element method and the electric field and current field were determined using the results. Later, the electric potential field was mapped in a real system of aluminium electrodes, submerged in water. The electric field model of an unusually configured circular OECT is presented in this work. Due to insufficient computing capacity, the model had to be significantly simplified. The computed results agree with the experimentally determined potential field despite the simplification. The deviations of the model output characteristic from real OECT characteristic were caused by simplifying the model in respect to reality.
Plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition using TVS/Ar and TVS/O2 mixtures
Sadílek, Jakub ; Salyk, Ota (referee) ; Čech, Vladimír (advisor)
Tato studie je zaměřena na základní výzkum přípravy a-SiC:H a a-SiCO:H slitin plazmových polymerů pomocí metody plazmochemické depozice z plynné fáze (PE-CVD). Tyto slitiny byly připravovány depozicí z monomeru tetravinylsilanu (TVS) a jeho směsí s kyslíkem a argonem při různých efektivních výkonech pulzního plazmatu. Připravené tenké vrstvy byly za účelem získání závislostí optických, mechanických a chemických vlastností na depozičních podmínkách zkoumány pomocí metod spektros-kopické elipsometrie (ELL), nanoindentace (NI), fotoelektronové spektrometrie (XPS) a Fourierovy transformované infračervené spektrometrie
Organic solid state lasers
Koutný, Jan ; Salyk, Ota (referee) ; Vala, Martin (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is the preparation and characterization of model components for organic thin-film solid-state lasers. The theses focuses on comparing different methods of determining the threshold energy, which leads to an amplified spontaneous emission of the studied derivative diketo-pyrrolo-pyrrole. The theoretical part is devoted to a summary of knowledge on the interaction of light with matter and lasers with a focus on organic solid-state lasers. The practical part is focused on preparation of model components for organic solid-state lasers, modification of apparatus for their characterization, comparison of evaluation methods for determining the threshold energy and study of the effect of different conditions of components preparation.
Use of biomaterials for optoelectronic applications in semiconductor technology
Čuboň, Tomáš ; Salyk, Ota (referee) ; Zmeškal, Oldřich (advisor)
The bachelor´s thesis is aimed to measurement optical properties of thin layer films of biomaterials which could be used in optoelectronics and semiconductor technology. DNA and BSA were chosen in order to represent such extensive group of biomaterials. The theoretical part describes the way of preparation of thin layer. It also provides some information about basic phenomena and biomaterials. The practical part is focused on the description of preparation of thin layer film using spin-coating method. The chosen materials were studied by optical microscopy, UV-VIS spectrophotometry and spectroscopic ellipsometry. The thickness of prepared samples was measured by mechanic profilometry. In the last section of the bachelor´s thesis, there is discussion and evaluation of results.
Preparation of organic semiconducting thin films by vacuum evaporation
Schön, Martin ; David, Jan (referee) ; Salyk, Ota (advisor)
This thesis deals with preparation of organic molecular thin film compounds and its properties like morphology and purity. The vapour deposition was used for thin films preparation, because used materials are very few soluble. Thin films properties were characterized with the infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) and scanning electron microscope. There are described basics of infrared spectroscopy, spectra measurement and interpretation in the theoretical part. Process of thin film preparation is also described in this part. In the experimental part are described used vacuum technology and measuring instruments, process of sample measurement and there is the list of studied materials. 12 derivates of diketopyrrolopyrrols (DPP) were studied in this thesis. Diketopyrrolopyrroles (DPP) and its derivates have interesting chemical and physical properties, expecting wide range of applications, especially in electronics industry.

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