Hasegawa-Arai Lab.

This group will develop advanced electronic functional materials such as organic semiconductors, electrical conductors, and ferroelectrics toward green innovation with flexible electronics. The main subjects are to develop printable functional materials, innovative printing processes, and microscopic evaluation technologies for improving the performance of flexible devices.

Latest Event&News

April 23, 2021
New member (Mr. Ryota Ono, Mr. Itsuki Miyamoto and Mr. Kairu Yoshida ) joined the lab.
April 1, 2021
New member (Mr. Kento Nakamura ) joined the lab.
April 1, 2021
New member (Senior Fellow Seiji Tsuzuki ) joined the lab.
January 14, 2021
Video Press Release
"Meniscus-controlled printing of single-crystal interfaces showing extremely sharp-switching transistor operation : Gyo Kitahara (D3), Project Researcher Satoru Inoue, Assistant Professor Satoshi Matsuoka, Assistant Professor Shunto Arai, Professor Tatsuo Hasegawa, Department of Applied Physics, and other researchers."click here
December 8,2020
Video Press Release
"Birefringent Field-Modulation Imaging of Transparent Ferroelectrics : Yohei Uemura (D3), Assistant Professor Satoshi Matsuoka, Lecturer Shunto Arai, Professor Tatsuo Hasegawa, Department of Applied Physics, and other researchers."click here
October 8, 2020
Press release on "Meniscus-controlled printing of single-crystal interfaces showing extremely sharp-switching transistor operation : Gyo Kitahara (D3), Project Researcher Satoru Inoue, Assistant Professor Satoshi Matsuoka, Assistant Professor Shunto Arai, Professor Tatsuo Hasegawa, Department of Applied Physics, and other researchers."click here
August 4, 2020
Press release on "Birefringent Field-Modulation Imaging of Transparent Ferroelectrics : Yohei Uemura (D3), Assistant Professor Satoshi Matsuoka, Lecturer Shunto Arai, Professor Tatsuo Hasegawa, Department of Applied Physics, and other researchers."click here
The University Of Tokyo
Department of Applied Physics, Graduate School of Engineering/Faculty of Engineering,The University of Tokyo