Hiramoto Group, Institute for Molecular Science, Japan

Activities

We are mainly studying organic solar cells fabricated by vacuum deposition and solution process. We are also focusing on doping of organic semiconductors, and evaluated Fermi levels, resistances, mobility and carrier concentrations. On the basis of the results, we aim to creat high-performance organic solar cells.

We actively participate in domestic and international conferences.

International conferences
Materials Research Society (MRS)
International Conference on Molecular Electronics and Bio Electronics (M&BE)
The International Conference on Science and Technology of Synthetic Metals (ICSM)
Etc.

Domestic conference
The Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP) Meeting

Equipments

・Temperature gradient sublimation apparatus

Purity 7N (99.99999%) C60 single crystal            

 

 ・Vacuum evaporation system

 

・Glove-box

 

 ・Hall effect measurement system

ResiTest 8300, TOYO corp.

 ・Atomic force microscopy

SPI3800, SII

 

Scanning electron microscope

S-4300SD, HITACHI

 

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy/Ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy

KRATOS ANALYTICAL

 

・Solar simulator

 

・External quantum efficiency measurement system

FET measurement system

4200-SCS, KEITHLEY

・Impedance spectroscopy

ModuLab XM, Solartron Analytical


・Kelvin probe

FAC-1, Riken Keiki

・Surface profiler

Dektak 150 , ULVAC

・Fume hood

・Polarization microscope

・ Spincoater in Glove-box

Common equipments of Institute for Molecular Science such as XRD, Fluorometer and NMR can be used.


  • Institute for Molecular Science
  • The Graduate University for Advanced Studies - SOKENDAI
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