Last updated: 05/11/2018 14:30:41

In order to solve the energy crisis and to create an advanced information society, it is crucial that semiconductor devices are energy-saving and operate at high speed. The development of electric devices using GaN, a material of high performance that is attracting attention, is expected to contribute greatly to green innovation.

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  • June 29, 2017
    We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoctoral Scientist.(Recruitment ended)
  • April 1, 2018
    There is a change of members.
  • May 1, 2017
    New members have joined our laboratory. (Prof. Shiraishi and Prof. Miyazaki)
  • April 11, 2017
    This website has been renewed.

GaN-OIL Laboratory Director, Dr. Mitsuaki SHIMIZU
GaN-OIL Laureate AIST Fellow, Dr. Hiroshi AMANO (Professor, Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability, Nagoya University)
GaN-OIL Laboratory Deputy Director, Dr. Toru UJIHARA (Professor, Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability, Nagoya University)
GaN-OIL Laboratory Deputy Director, Mr. Masakazu SAWADA
GaN-OIL Laboratory Research Manager, Dr. Toshikazu YAMADA
GaN-OIL Laboratory Joint Research Fellow, Dr. Kenji Shiraishi (Professor, Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability, Nagoya University)
GaN-OIL Laboratory Visiting Researcher, Dr. Seiichi Miyazaki (Professor, Gradurate School of Engineering, Nagoya University)
GaN-OIL Technical staff, Mr. Hiroshi CHONAN
GaN-OIL Temporary staff, Ms. Akiko MURAI
GaN-OIL Assistant, Ms. Yuki MATSUNAGA

GaN Power Electronics Team

Laboratory Team Leader, Dr. Mitsuaki SHIMIZU (Laboratory Director)
Senior Researcher, Dr. Hisashi YAMADA
Senior Researcher, Dr. Noriyuki TAOKA
 Dr. Toshihide IDE (Senior Researcher, Electronics and Photonics Research Institute)
Research assistant, Mr. Yousuke TSUNOKA (2nd yr. PhD student, Nagoya University)
Research assistant, Ms. Lingshan PENG (2nd yr. MS student, Nagoya University)
Research assistant, Mr. Takuma DOI (2nd yr. MS, Nagoya University)
Research assistant, Mr. Daiki TANAKA (2nd yr. MS, Nagoya University)
Research assistant, Mr. Masashi INOTSUME (1st yr. MS, Nagoya University)

GaN Optical Device Team

Laboratory Team Leader, Dr. Wang Xuelun
Chief Senior Researcher, Dr. Toshihiro KAMEI
Senior Researcher, Dr. Naoto KUMAGAI
 Dr. Hajime SAKAKITA(Group Leader, Electronics and Photonics Research Institute)
 Dr. Jaeho KIM(Senior Researcher, Electronics and Photonics Research Institute)
 Dr. Masanori NAGASE(Senior Researcher, Electronics and Photonics Research Institute)
AIST Postdoctral Researcher, Dr. Kexiong ZHANG

○Development of Technology for III Nitride Semiconductors and Power Devices

Improving energy efficiency of consumer electronics is effective in reducing CO2 emissions. III nitride semiconductors and their power devices are fascinating as key technologies that enable high efficiency and downsizing of AC/DC, DC/DC converters, etc. which are used in these electronic devices. AlGaN/GaN HEMTs with two-dimensional electron gases (2DEG) have the characteristic of high-speed switching and are especially effective in miniaturizing devices. We are working on research projects on excellent GaN crystal growth, new-structure devices with new mechanisms, demonstration tests of our prototype devices and so on.

○Development of Optical Device Technology

For further widespread applications of nitride-semiconductor optical devices, it is important to extend the device wavelength to the red near infrared and the ultraviolet spectral range and to add novel functionalities to conventional devices. In GaN-OIL, we will focus on the realization of highly directional LEDs in the whole visible spectral range based on a unique directionality control technique and the development of crystal growth techniques of In-rich InGaN by means of a MOCVD system equipped with a quasi atmospheric pressure plasma source. We will also focus on the development of advanced packing technologies of micro LEDs towards the application of directional LEDs to low power consumption displays for wearable electronics and harsh-environment optical communication systems.

[2018]

Collaborated Research

[2017]

Collaborated Research

  • K. Aoshima, S. Arai, K. Fukuhara, T. Yamada, and T. Hasegawa "Surface modification of printed silver electrodes for efficient carrier injection in organic thin-film transistors", Organic Electronics 41, 137 (2017).
  • H.Minemawari, M.Tanaka, S.Tsuzuki, S.Inoue, T.Yamada, R.Kumai, Y.Shimoi, and T.Hasegawa "Enhanced Layered-Herringbone Packing due to Long Alkyl Chain Substitution in Solution-Processable Organic Semiconductors",Chem. Mater. 29 (3), pp 1245–1254(2017).

[2016]

  • T. Kitada, H. Ota, X. Lu, N. Kumagai and T. Isu, “Two-color surface-emitting lasers using a semiconductor coupled multilayer cavity”, Applied Physics Express 9, 111201 (2016).
  • T.Yamada, K.Fukuhara, K.Matsuoka, H.Minemawari, J.Tsutsumi,N. Fukuda, K.Aoshima, S.Arai, Y.Makita, H.Kubo, T.Enomoto, T.Togashi, M.Kurihara and T.Hasegawa "Nanoparticle chemisorption printing technique for conductive silver patterning with submicron resolution", Nat. Commun. 7, 11402-1-9 (2016).

Collaborated Research

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