Flexible Materials Base 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

November 18 , 2016
Dr. Shunto Arai is selected as a winner of "Young Scientist Presentation Award" for his presentation in the 41th Autumn Meeting, 2016 of the Japan Society of Applied Physics.
August 15, 2016
A new member (Ms.Kaede Morita) joined the team.
May 11, 2016
A new member (Mr.Tomohiro Shibata)and (Mr.Yuya Hirakawa )and(Mr.Hideaki Murase)joined the team.
April 20, 2016
Press release on "Development of a New Principle Printing Technique That Allows Easy, High-speed, and Large-area Manufacturing of Ultrafine Electronic Circuits"
April 1, 2016
A new member (Mr.Yohei Uemura)and (Mr.Gyo Kitahara )joined the team.
October 1, 2015
Press release on "Print Production Technique for Organic Ferroelectric Thin Film Memory Working at Low Bias Voltage "
AIST
The University Of Tokyo
Department of Applied Physics, Graduate School of Engineering/Faculty of Engineering,The University of Tokyo