Semiconductor Electronics Laboratory
A new future carved out by green electronics
It is a pressing issue to ensure comfortable and hygienic living environments while, at the same time, efficiently using energy resources and protecting the environment. Our laboratory is studying ways to utilize the power of electronic engineering to realize a low-carbon society, which will bring safety and peace of mind. Specifically, we are conducting research on materials for solar cells that can be easily used in the household and producing solar cells and semiconductor devices to effectively use electricity.
|College of Engineering||Electronic Engineering|
|Faculty Name||Hiroyasu Ishikawa|
The Japan Society of Applied Physics|
The Laser Society of Japan
The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers
|Keyword||Solar cells, Power electronics, Next generation semiconductors, Crystal growth, Membranes|
- Electronic engineering
- Applied physics
- Material sciences and engineering
- Electrical engineering
For SocietyOur study will contribute to creating hygienic living environments, effectively using solar energy and reducing the energy consumption of electrical devices and machines.
- Research on solar cells that use safe, low-cost materials (oxide, carbon, dye-sensitized and other types of materials)
- Research on gallium nitride power transistors