|2017/10/19||Wonryung Lee won Best Poster Award at 2017 ICFPE.|
Sunghoon Lee won 2017 Excellent Doctor's Theses Award.
"High gain organic amplifiers for sensing of biological information"
Porraphon Tantitarntong won 2017 Excellent Master's Theses Award.
"High Sensitivity Tuning of Work Function of Self-Assembled Monolayers Modified Electrodes Using Vacuum Ultraviolet Treatment."
|2017/09/21||"Stretchable and waterproof elastomer-coated organic photovoltaics for washable electronic textile applications" was published in Nature Energy.|
|2017/09/21||"A transparent, conformable, active multielectrode array using organic electrochemical transistors" was published in PNAS Early Edition.|
|2017/09/04||Behind the paper article about "Inflammation-free, gas-permeable, lightweight, stretchable on-skin electronics with nanomeshes" was released on Nature Biomedical Engineering.|
|2017/07/18||"Inflammation-free, gas-permeable, lightweight, stretchable on-skin electronics with nanomeshes" was published in Nature Nanotechnology.|
|2017/06/28||Porraphon Tantitarntong (M2) won the Best Poster Award at 9th International Conference on Molecular Electronics and Bioelectronics (M&BE9). |
”Fine Tuning of Work Function in Organic Electronics Using Vacuum Ultraviolet Technique”
|2017/05/15||"Printable Elastic Conductors by in situ Formation of Silver Nanoparticles from Silver Flakes" was published in Nature Materials.|
|2017/05/03||Highlighted article on Advanced Science News:|
|2017/04/01||Our development was covered by BBC NEWS.|
|2017/03/23||Naoji Matsuhisa won 2016 Excellent Doctor's Theses Award.|
"Printable Elastic Conductors for Large Area Stretchable Electronics"
|2017/01/05-08||We exhibited a booth at CES2017.|
|2016/12/14||Our review paper "The rise of plastic bioelectronics" is now published in Nature.|
|2016/09/06-08||Naoji Matsuhisa won Student Poster Award at 2016 ICFPE.|
|2016/09/05||"A Mechanically Durable and Flexible Organic Rectifying Diode with a Polyethylenimine Ethoxylated Cathode" was published in Advanced Electronic Materials.|
|2016/09/02-07||Exhibited a booth at IFA2016 Consumer Electronics Unlimited in Berlin.|
|2016/05/18||Yanyang Ju (M2) won Best Oral Award for Students at ISOME2016.|
|2016/04/01||Dr. Tomoyuki Yokota was promoted to Lecturer.|
|2016/01/25||A transparent bending-insensitive pressure sensor was published in Nature Nanotechnology.|
|2016/01/06-09||Exhibited a booth at CES2016.|
|2015/11/10||A printable, flexible, lightweight temperature sensor was published in |
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (November 9 2015).
|2015/10/22||Exhibitd a booth at DIGITAL CONTENT EXPO. Won "Innovative Technologies 2015" Special Awards by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.|
|2015/10/01||Associate Professor Bo-Ru (Paul) Yang (Sun Yat-Sen University, GZ, China) gave a seminar.|
|2015/09/08||Professor Thuc-Quyen Nguyen gave a seminar on September 8th.|
|2015/07/22||Dr. Tomoyuki Yokota received SSDM Young Researcher Award 2015.|
|2015/06/25||Printable elastic conductors with a high conductivity for electronic textile applications was published in Nature Communications (June 25 2015).|
|2015/06/25||Professor Luisa Torsi, Department of Chemistry, University of Bari "Aldo Moro" will give a seminar on June 25.|
|2015/06/05||"Rational synthesis of organic thin films with exceptional long-range structural integrity" was published in Science (June 2015).|
|2015/02/24||Fever alarm armband: A wearable, printable, temperature sensor was presented at ISSCC2015.|
We exhibited a booth at nano tech 2015.
Venue: Tokyo Big Sight
|2014/11/25||Dr. Shailendra Joshi (Columbia University Medical Center) gave a seminar|
Professor Someya gave a talk at The Marcus Wallenberg Prize Symposium 2014.
Our team exhibited a booth at innovation JAPAN 2014.
Dates: September 11-12, 2014, Venue: Tokyo Big Sight
Professor Someya was listed in Reuters' "The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds: 2014".
|2014/04/01||Professor Tsuyoshi Sekitani was appointed a Professor at Osaka University.|
|2014/03/24||Naoji Matsuhisa and Yuki Terakawa received 2013 Master Thesis Awards.||2014/03/22||
A few openings for Postdoctoral Scientists. 【positions are now filled】
The world’s first flexible wireless organic sensor system was presented at ISSCC2014.
Naoto Yamamoto (B4) won the best prize at the 30th Doko Speech Contest.
Our team exhibited a booth at nano tech 2014.
Dates: January 29-31, 2014, Venue: Tokyo Big Sight
|2013/11/27||Prof. Someya gave a lecture at Hongo Senior High School.|
|2013/11/06||Prof. Someya gave a lecture at Meisei Gakuen Senior High School.|
Professor Someya gave a plenary lecture at Healthcare Device Exhibition 2013, which was held at Pacifico Yokohama.
Our team exhibited a booth at Healthcare Device Exhibition 2013.
Professor Someya gave a plenary lecture at FPD International 2013.
We organized an open symposium for Study Group for Flexible Medical Information Technology.
Our team exhibited a booth at Innovation Japan 2013.
Someya's article on E-skin was published as a cover story of IEEE Spectrum (September issue).
|2013/08/20||Prof. Someya gave a lecture to Science and Mathematics majors at Bunkyo Gakuin University Girls' Senior High School.|
The world’s lightest touch sensor made by the world’s lightest and thinnest organic transistor IC was published in Nature (Nature July, 2013).
"Ultrathin, highly flexible and stretchable PLEDs" was published in Nature Photonics ( Nature Photonics July, 2013).
|2013/07/17||A group of Science and Mathematics majors from Bunkyo Gakuin University Girls' Senior High School visited our group and attended Prof. Sekitani's lecture.|
|2013/07/01||Prof. Someya gave a plenary talk titled “Ultraflexible and stretchable organic devices” at EP2SD-MSS in Wroclaw, Poland. link|
|2013/06/04||Prof. Someya gave a plenary talk at International Symposium on Functional Pi-Electron Systems in Bordeaux, France.||2013/03/06||“Organic transistors with high thermal stability for medical applications” was published in Nature Communications.|
The world’s lightest touch sensor made by the world’s lightest and thinnest organic transistor IC (published Nature July, 2013).
Feature articles were published in the following magazines:
IEEE Spectrum / Scientific American / NewScientist / Popular Science
Ultrathin, highly flexible and stretchable PLEDs (published Nature Photonics July, 2013)
Our team exhibited our achievements at a booth during Innovation Japan 2013（ http://innovation-japan2013.jp/ ）Venue: Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo International Exhibition Center) Topics: Ultra-thin flexible touch sensors and others
Professor Someya gave a plenary talk titled “Ultraflexible and stretchable organic devices” at EP2SD-MSS （ www.ep2ds-mss.org ） in Wroclaw, Poland.
Professor Someya gave a plenary talk at International Symposium on Functional Pi-Electron Systems （ http://fpi11.univ-bordeaux.fr/en/ ） in Bordeaux, France.