Faculty of Engineering, University of Toyama,
3190 Gofuku, Toyama 930-8555, Japan
题目: Recent Research on Self-aligned Organic Devices and Multi-functional Devices
地点：909号楼一楼B会议室(Conference Room B, 909-1F)
Organic electron devices are now widely studied for its merits of large-area production, lightweight, ultrathin, and flexible. Since 1990, our research group studied organic light-emitting devices. In 2002, research of the organic thin film transistors have started. Up to now, our research is now extended to the organic light sensing devices and organic solar cells. In this time, I would like to show the recent research on self-aligned organic electron devices and multi-function devices.
I. Backgrounds of Organic Electronics
II. Reports on Organic Electronics
III. Application to Ink-Jet Printing
IV. Solution-processed Organic Light Emitting Devices
V. Backgrounds of Organic Thin-Film Transistors
VI. Organic Thin-Film Transistors Families Using Self-Alignment Technologies
VII. Organic Sensing Devices
VIII. Multi-Functional Organic Devices
IX. IJP/Laminated Organic Light Emitting Devices
X. Printed Wiring Technologies
XI. Future Prospect
Prof. Hiroyuki Okada received the Ph. D. degree s in Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, in 1988. His doctor thesis is entitled "Basic Study on Amorphous Silicon Logic Circuits".
From 1988 to 1991, he was with the Optoelectronics Laboratories, Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd, Yokohama, Japan. He was studying III-V compounds heterojunction bipolar transistors. In 1991, he joined the Toyama University, Toyama, Japan. His research interests are LCD devices, and organic electron devices. He is a Professor in the Graduate School of Science and Engineering and a Director of the Center for Research and Development in Natural Sciences, at University of Toyama.
He is a member of Japan Society of Applied Physics, the Institute of Electronics, Information, and Communication Engineering, the Japan Liquid Crystal Society, and the Society for Information Display. He is a Director of Japan Society of Applied Physics. He is a Senior Member of the IEICE of Japan.