Flexible Organic Semiconductor Team

This team/group will develop advanced electronic functional materials such as organic semiconductors, electrical conductors, and ferroelectrics toward green innovation with flexible electronics. The main subjects are to develop printable functional materials, innovative printing processes, and microscopic evaluation technologies for improving the performance of flexible devices.

Latest Event&News

February 3, 2014
Dr. Hiromi Minemawari is selected as a winner of "Outstanding Poster Paper Award"for her presentation in the 20th International Display Workshopssin the 20th International Display Workshopss (IDW'13).
January 17, 2014
Dr. Jun'ya Tsutsumi is selected as a winner of "Award for Encouragement of Research in Materials Science" for his presentationin the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Materials Research Society of Japan (MRS-J).
January 17, 2014
Dr. Hiromi Minemawari is selected as a winner of "Award for Encouragement of Research in Materials Science" for her presentationin the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Materials Research Society of Japan (MRS-J).
January 1, 2014
Research base is founded at Department of Applied Physics in the University of Tokyo.
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The University Of Tokyo
Department of Applied Physics, Graduate School of Engineering/Faculty of Engineering,The University of Tokyo