Adnan’s paper accepted in Advanced Materials & cited by Chemistry World

23 June, 2012

​Adnan’s paper titled “High-Performance Non-Volatile Organic Ferroelectric Memory on Banknotes” has been published by Advanced Materials (impact factor = 10.88).  The paper shows the first ever demonstration of non-volatile organic ferroelectric memory on banknotes.   This work is significant since it shows that organic ferroelectric memory, whose performance is especially sensitive to surface roughness, was made on the rough Riyal surface with performance matching similar devices made on silicon.  This result showed that organic ferroelectric memory can replace traditional EEPROM memory used in RFID tags.   The paper has already been cited by the Royal Society of Chemistry journal, Chemistry World.​