The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University


LAST UPDATE 2017/08/09

  • 研究者氏名
    Researcher Name

    野田祐樹 Yuki NODA
    特任助教 Research Assistant Professor
  • 所属
    Professional Affiliation

    The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University

    Department of Advanced Electronic Devices
  • 研究キーワード
    Research Keywords

    Organic electronics
    Metal nanoparticles
    Printed electronics
Research Subject
Development of material & fabrication process aiming at realization of organic electronics

研究の背景 Background


Electronic devices composed of organic materials have lots of characteristics that are difficult to achieve with silicon-based electronics such as flexibility, biocompatibility, and large area processability. To make full use of such a striking feature, it's required, not only to develop materials or to investigate physical property, but also to develop fabrication processes and devices assuming what it should be.

研究の目標 Outcome


I have been engaged in material development and printing technologies such as organic/inorganic composite, biocompatible gels, organic semiconductors and organic ferroelectrics. As for the organic/inorganic composite, I succeeded in synthesizing the assembled structure composed of phthalocyanine double decker complex and gold nanoparticle, and observed a quantum electron transport property below 20 K. As for the printing technology, an array of a highly homogeneous organic single crystal thin films are successfully fabricated by controlling the movement of micro droplets with surface tension and/or outward flow. In the future, I will develop a mounting technology for flexible electronic devices with the aim of detecting a biomedical signal.

研究図Research Figure

Fig.1. (a) Images of bis-(phthalocyaninato)-lanthanide(III) protected gold nanoparticles. (b) TEM images of assemble structure of bis(phthalocyaninato)terbium-(III) protected gold nanoparticles. Fig.2. Typical mixing dynamics of miscible microdroplets. Sequential microscope images of wetting, dewetting and sinking, shown with their respective schematic diagrams at the bottom. Fig.3. (a) Fabrication process and (b) morphology of thin organic ferroelectric crystals captured by polarization microscope. (c) Electric polarization versus electric field hysteresis loops. (d) Piezoresponse force microscopy phase image of polarized domains.

文献 / Publications

(1)Sci. Rep., 2014, 4, 3758-1 - 3758-7. (2)Adv. Funct. Mater. 2015, 25, 4022–4031. (3)Adv. Mater. 2015, 27, 6475–6481.