Research theme

Soft function material / device

1-1. Soft device adhesion


Research theme

Soft function material / device

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Toshinao Yuuki


Characteristic:
I like Design and Manufactuing
Motto:
Rather than thinking, I will try it.
Favorite words:
They won't listen to you unless you show how to do it, teach it, let them try it, and then give them positive feedback on their performance. They won't grow up unless you discuss with them ,listen to them, trust and trust them. (Isoroku Yamamoto )
Hobby:
Hot springs, skiing, alcohol
Role Model:
Kenji Miyazawa, Isoroku Yamamoto
Profile:
Graduated from Iwate Prefecture Morioka Daiichi High School born. (Research and development of artificial leather), Tohoku Pioneer Corporation OLED Division (Development and commercialization of organic EL devices {Organic EL small display} {Various portable displays (the world's first, organic EL device of red phosphorescent material )}][Development of an organic EL display for automobiles {the world's first commercialization of automotive OEM organic EL display}], [Development and commercialization of the world's first & largest organic EL type scalable display]: Development of Geo-Cosmos II of Miraikan - The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation , the world's first, color-tunable OLED lighting development, commercialization, etc. Doctor (engineering).
Specialized field:
Polymer material engineering, organic EL device.
Assignment:
Flexible device technologies of organic for electronic devices (flexible substrates, flexible electrodes, flexible encapsulation, long life, high efficiency, high reliability of organic EL devices)

1-2. Gas permeation control of soft device board


Research theme

Soft function material / device

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Tadahiro Hurukawa


Characteristic:
Whereever I go in Japan or in the world, a pool and a pub are indispensible
Motto:
Anyway I will try
Favorite words:
Stay foolish
Hobby:
Swimming. Especially swimming in nature and swimming in open water. (Cocos Crossing competition to be held in Guam at the end of May is the best)
Role Model:
No one particularly
Profile:
Studying Organic Synthesis as major in college, I evaluated results of pigment synthesis. During I was in college in 1982/1983, the Seiko Epson Corporation announced a wrist watch featuring an active LCD matrix based TV (30 years before Apple did!). I was extremly impressed about this technology. But as I entered the company, I was able to understand the way of color, so I was developing a color filter for liquid crystal display. After that, I started working on the production line and began to develop flexible displays from 20 years ago. I have developed flexible color filters and flexible LCD, and have been doing application development. After moving to Yamagata University in 2011, I am focusing on developing elemental technologies.
Specialized field:
Pattern processing technology such as printing, film formation, etc.
Assignment:
Gas penetration control of soft device substrate

1-3. Soft device evaluation


Research theme

Soft function material / device

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Yoshiyuki Suzuri


Characteristic:
I'm tall. I can be found from a distance.
Motto:
Vitality with optimism
Favorite words:
wide perspective
Hobby:
Exercises, Research
Role Model:
My university professor
Profile:
Since I was a student, I have been engaged in research and development related to "light". In student days I studied artificial photosynthesis, after that, I encountered organic EL as a company effort. I have He has been engaged in light physical property measurement, device development, coated type materials, etc. for more than 10 years, from material design and synthesis of luminescent molecules such as luminescent materials for organic EL. Since coming to Yamagata University from 2011, I am interested in organic thin film formation processes and organic thin film properties, as well as conducting applied research such as organic EL flexibility technology and so on.
Specialized field:
Organic electronics, luminescent molecules, organic thin films
Assignment:
Thin film formation and observation technology in organic electronics Especially applied to soft matters