Research Group on Organic Electronics

Research Group on Electrical and Electronic Properties of Polymer and Organics
  Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) are widely used as displays in TVs, tablets, and smartphones. While OLEDs have been put to practical use in this way, R&D continues to be extremely active both in Japan and overseas in such areas as new blue light-emitting materials, thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) devices, and up-conversion (UC)-OLEDs that use triplet-triplet annihilation. In the area of luminescence, organic lasers and organic photoluminescent devices are also being developed, and light-emitting devices using quantum dots are also covered in this research group. In the organic solar cell field, perovskite solar cells are being developed for practical use, and the efficiency of organic thin-film solar cells and dye-sensitized solar cells is being improved. Organic transistors and organic thermoelectric conversion devices are being extensively and deeply researched and developed as wearable, energy conversion, and energy harvesting devices for the coming IoT society.
  The Research Group on Electrical and Electronic Properties of Polymer and Organics aims to provide its members, including companies, with a forum for the exchange and study of cutting-edge science and technology in organic device materials science, device physics, and manufacturing processes, transcending industry, academia, and business sectors, to discover new seeds and make them useful for future R&D and practical applications. In organic electronics, people from various R&D fields and diverse industries are involved,

Yutaka Majima(Tokyo Institute of Technology)

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