About us

Abstract

The research topics of our group are development, characterization, and controls of performance of organic semiconductor devices using functional materials such as conducting π-conjugated polymers and oligomers.

 

We investigate the topics by fabricating organic devices such as field-effect transistors(FETs), thin-film solar cells, and light-emitting diodes (LEDs), and by using characterization methods such as electron spin resonance(ESR) and transport.

 

We promoted the projects such as Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), PRESTO, Tsukuba Research Center for Interdisciplinary Materials Science (TIMS), and Pre Strategic Initiative, University of Tsukuba. Currently, we promote the projects such as JST, ALCA and Tsukuba Research Center for Enegy Materials Science (TREMS).

 

Tsukuba Research Center for Energy Materials Science (TREMS)

JST ALCA project, Game-Changing Technology Area, Research Theme: "Development of High Performance and Environmentally Friendly Perovskite Type Solar Cells" 

JST PRESTO program "Photoenergy conversion systems and materials for the next generation solar cells", Research Theme: "Elucidation of Degradation Mechanism of Organic Thin-Film Solar Cells from Microscopic Viewpoints and Improvement of Device Durability" 

Tsukuba Research Center for Interdisciplinary Materials Science (TIMS: Shirakawa Center), Nano-Green Functions, Energy Conversion Core

Pre Strategic Initiative, University of Tsukuba, Center for key material design directed toward green innovation

 

Correspondence

Kazuhiro MARUMOTO, Associate Professor

Division of Materials Science, Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8573, Japan
Phone: +81-29-853-5117, Fax: +81-29-853-4490
E-mail: marumoto_at_ims.tsukuba.ac.jp (_at_ = @)

 

Collateral offices:

1. Tsukuba Research Center for Interdisciplinary Materials Science (TIMS)

2. Doctoral Program in Nano-Science and Nano-Technology, Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences
3. Master Program in Materials Science, Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences
4. Applied Condensed Matter Physics Major, College of Engineering Sciences