Basic Evaluation Technology Development for Next-Generation Green Innovation

Research and Development of Element Techniques for Organic Electro Luminescence Device/Multi-photon Technology

 The objective of this project is to develop and establish the evaluation methods for manufacturing process and the physical implementation status of OEL devices and materials, thereby to establish a fundamental system of evaluation technology that is common to organic electronics and applicable to various processes. This project is to be pursued jointly with CEREBA, Kyushu University and ISITN Kyushu. Yamagata University is to conduct the determination of key factors affecting OEL device performance and the evaluation items thereof, regarding the multi-photon structure of the device, which is expected to be the standard principle.

Supporting Body New Energy and Industrial Technology Development
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Implementation Period (plan, in fiscal year) 2011-2015
Participant(s) CEREBA
Kyushu University
Institute of Systems, Information Technologies and Nanotechnologies
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