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OME 2024-01-16
Online Online Control of the Resistive Switching Behavior of Metal Oxide-based Resistive Memories by Using Self-Assembled Monolayers
Masahiro Nakano (Kanazawa Univ.), Hiroki Matsui, Md. Shahiduzzaman, Tetsuya Taima, Makoto Karakawa (anazawa Univ.) OME2023-80
We explored how self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) affect the resistive changing behavior in metal oxides-based resistive ... [more] OME2023-80
OME 2024-01-16
Online Online Photocatalyst using phthalocyanine derivatives and organic thin-film solar cell structure
Makoto Karakawa (NanoMaRI, Kanazawa Univ.), Hayate Nozawa, Masahiro Nakano (Kanazawa Univ.), Md. Shahiduzzaman (NanoMaRI, Kanazawa Univ.), Takahiro yamaguchi (Kanazawa Univ.), Tetsuya Taima (NanoMaRI, Kanazawa Univ.) OME2023-83
Among renewable energies, photocatalysts are attracting attention as a clean energy source that utilizes sunlight and ac... [more] OME2023-83
OME 2020-01-24
Ishikawa Shiinoki-Geihinkan (Kanazawa) Visible light photocatalyst based on organic photovoltaic cell
Keiji Nagai (Tokyo Tech), Takayuki Kuwabara (Kanazawa Univ.), Mohd Fairus Ahmad (UniMAP), Masahiro Nakano, Makoto Karakawa, Tetsuya Taima, Kohshin Takahashi (Kanazawa Univ.), Toshiyuki Abe (Hirosaki Univ.) OME2019-60
Photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical redox was observed in active layers of photovoltaic cell such as PCBM:P3HT/ZnO,... [more] OME2019-60
OME, IEE-DEI 2017-07-28
Toyama Univ. of Toyama Molecular Orientation Control of Semiconducting Molecules using Metal Compound Substrate by Wet-process
Akihiro Yamada, Kohei Yamamoto (Kanazawa Univ.), Md. Shahiduzzaman (InFIniti), Tomoyuki Koganezawa (JASRI), Makoto Karakawa, Takayuki Kuwabara (Kanazawa Univ./RSET/InFIniti), Koushin Takahashi (Kanazawa Univ./RSET), Tetsuya Taima (Kanazawa Univ./RSET/InFIniti) OME2017-18
A precise control of the molecular orientation of active layer is the significant role in terms of light absorption and ... [more] OME2017-18
OME 2017-01-07
Tokyo TUAT Investigation of Degradation Mechanism for Perovskite Solar Cells Using Different Sizes of Organic Cations
Yoshikazu Furumoto, Kohei Yamamoto, Md. Shahiduzzaman, Makoto Karakawa, Takayuki Kuwabara, Kohshin Takahashi, Tetsuya Taima (Kanazawa Univ.) OME2016-62
Recently, organic-inorganic perovskite solar cells (PSCs) have attracted great attention due to their high-power convers... [more] OME2016-62
OME, IEE-DEI 2015-07-29
Toyama Univ. of Toyama Development of Molecular Orientation Control Method for High Efficient Fullerene-free Organic Solar Cells
Takaaki Ishizeki, Hiroki Okamoto, Takayuki Kuwabara, Kohshin Takahashi, Tetsuya Taima (Kanazawa Univ.) OME2015-39
Fullerene-free organic solar cells have emerged as promising cost-effective solar cells. Because fullerene is very expen... [more] OME2015-39
OME, IEE-DEI 2015-07-29
Toyama Univ. of Toyama Fabrication and characterization of C60 thin film nano-crystallized by solvent treatment.
Kohei Nojiri, Takayuki Kuwabara, Koshin Takahashi, Tetsuya Taima (Kanazawa Univ) OME2015-41
 [more] OME2015-41
SDM, OME 2012-04-27
Okinawa Okinawa-Ken-Seinen-Kaikan Bldg. [Invited Talk] Development of Organic Photovoltaic Cell Based on Small Molecules
Tetsuya Taima (kanazawa Univ.) SDM2012-1 OME2012-1
Organic photovoltaic cells are candidate for next generation solar cells. Organic photovoltaic cells are fabricated by w... [more] SDM2012-1 OME2012-1
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