Optoelectronics, Transistor, Organic semiconductor, Semiconductor and Electron mobility are his primary areas of study. His Optoelectronics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Field-effect transistor and Thin-film transistor. The concepts of his Transistor study are interwoven with issues in Durability, Charge carrier mobility, Nanotechnology, Organic chemistry and Contact resistance.
The various areas that Jun Takeya examines in his Organic semiconductor study include Doping, Rubrene, Organic electronics, Analytical chemistry and Crystal. His Rubrene study incorporates themes from Single crystal, Monolayer, Electrolyte, Organic field-effect transistor and Gate dielectric. His Semiconductor research includes themes of Condensed matter physics, Hall effect, Chemical engineering and Intermolecular force.
His primary areas of study are Organic semiconductor, Optoelectronics, Transistor, Single crystal and Field-effect transistor. His Organic semiconductor research incorporates themes from Chemical physics, Electron mobility, Thin film, Nanotechnology and Semiconductor. The concepts of his Semiconductor study are interwoven with issues in Condensed matter physics and Hall effect.
As part of the same scientific family, Jun Takeya usually focuses on Optoelectronics, concentrating on Thin-film transistor and intersecting with Substrate. His Transistor research incorporates elements of Solution processed, Durability and Electrode. His work investigates the relationship between Single crystal and topics such as Rubrene that intersect with problems in Analytical chemistry and Gate dielectric.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Organic semiconductor, Single crystal, Optoelectronics, Chemical physics and Transistor. Jun Takeya interconnects Electron mobility, Nanotechnology, Semiconductor, Alkyl and Electronics in the investigation of issues within Organic semiconductor. His work deals with themes such as Rubrene, Monolayer, Hall effect, Raman spectroscopy and Condensed matter physics, which intersect with Semiconductor.
His work carried out in the field of Single crystal brings together such families of science as Sheet resistance, Molecule, Crystal structure and Dielectric. The Optoelectronics study combines topics in areas such as Field-effect transistor, Thin film, Low voltage and Thin-film transistor. His research integrates issues of Doping, Conjugated system, Polymer, Steric effects and Crystal in his study of Chemical physics.
His primary areas of investigation include Organic semiconductor, Semiconductor, Nanotechnology, Electron mobility and Optoelectronics. His studies in Organic semiconductor integrate themes in fields like Printed electronics, Crystallography, Resist, Diimide and Graphene. The various areas that Jun Takeya examines in his Semiconductor study include Single crystal, Langmuir–Blodgett film, Hall effect, Polymer and Chemical engineering.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Nanotechnology, High electron is strongly linked to Electronics. The Electron mobility study which covers Photochemistry that intersects with Selenium, Conjugated system, Effective nuclear charge and Organic field-effect transistor. He has included themes like Transistor, Active layer and Thin-film transistor in his Optoelectronics study.
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Very high-mobility organic single-crystal transistors with in-crystal conduction channels
J. Takeya;M. Yamagishi;Y. Tominari;R. Hirahara.
Applied Physics Letters (2007)
Organic field-effect transistors using single crystals.
Tatsuo Hasegawa;Jun Takeya.
Science and Technology of Advanced Materials (2009)
Patternable solution-crystallized organic transistors with high charge carrier mobility.
Kengo Nakayama;Yuri Hirose;Junshi Soeda;Masahiro Yoshizumi.
Advanced Materials (2011)
Field-induced charge transport at the surface of pentacene single crystals: A method to study charge dynamics of two-dimensional electron systems in organic crystals
J. Takeya;C. Goldmann;S. Haas;K. P. Pernstich.
Journal of Applied Physics (2003)
Very High Mobility in Solution-Processed Organic Thin-Film Transistors of Highly Ordered Benzothieno[3,2-b]benzothiophene Derivatives
Takafumi Uemura;Yuri Hirose;Mayumi Uno;Kazuo Takimiya.
Applied Physics Express (2009)
Linear- and Angular-Shaped Naphthodithiophenes: Selective Synthesis, Properties, and Application to Organic Field-Effect Transistors
Shoji Shinamura;Itaru Osaka;Eigo Miyazaki;Akiko Nakao.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011)
Naphtho[2,1-b:6,5-b']difuran: a versatile motif available for solution-processed single-crystal organic field-effect transistors with high hole mobility.
Chikahiko Mitsui;Chikahiko Mitsui;Junshi Soeda;Kazumoto Miwa;Hayato Tsuji.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
Wafer-scale, layer-controlled organic single crystals for high-speed circuit operation.
Akifumi Yamamura;Shun Watanabe;Shun Watanabe;Mayumi Uno;Masato Mitani.
Science Advances (2018)
Self-assembly as a key player for materials nanoarchitectonics
Katsuhiko Ariga;Michihiro Nishikawa;Taizo Mori;Jun Takeya.
Science and Technology of Advanced Materials (2019)
Doping of Organic Semiconductors: Impact of Dopant Strength and Electronic Coupling
Henry Méndez;Georg Heimel;Andreas Opitz;Katrein Sauer.
Angewandte Chemie (2013)
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