Department of Advanced Device Materials Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
Department of Interdisciplinary Engineering Sciences, Interdisciplinary Graduate school of Engineering Sciences
Department of Interdisciplinary Engineering, School of Engineering
The development of organic semiconductor devices such as organic light emitting devices and organic photovoltaic cells. The organic semiconductors have great advantages, light weight, flexibility, low-cost large area production, and are expected to overcome the limitations of silicon semiconductors.
We conduct the research to develop new type of printed devices by use of the Evaporative Spray Deposition using Ultra-dilute Solution (ESDUS). The n-type doping technology for polymer semiconductors and polymer pn homo-junction diodes are our recent achievements. We are now expanding the application field of organic devices to medical appliance by taking advantage of flexibility.
Assoc.Prof. Katsuhiko Fujita