Integration of an Organic Resistive Memory with a Pressure-Sensitive Element on a Fully Flexible Substrate
Giulia Casula, Piero Cosseddu, Annalisa Bonfiglio
Adv. Electron. Mater. 1, 12 (2015)
Organic memories are promising candidates for the fabrication of electronic integrated systems, including sensing units, and for their use in applications such as smart packaging and artificial skin. Flexible arrays of mechanically switchable, organic resistive memory elements are successfully developed by Giulia Casula and co-workers in article number 1500234. The pressure-triggered memory system is obtained by connecting a memory element in series with a pressure-sensitive rubber. It can be operated in ambient conditions with high retention time.