His main research concerns Optoelectronics, Field-effect transistor, Transistor, Nanotechnology and Semiconductor. His Optoelectronics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electroluminescence, Single crystal, Molybdenum disulfide and Ambipolar diffusion. Taishi Takenobu has researched Field-effect transistor in several fields, including Self-assembled monolayer and Conductivity.
Diode, Electron mobility and Flexible electronics is closely connected to Thin-film transistor in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Transistor. In most of his Nanotechnology studies, his work intersects topics such as Schottky barrier. His Semiconductor research incorporates themes from Doping and Molecular electronics.
His primary scientific interests are in Optoelectronics, Carbon nanotube, Condensed matter physics, Nanotechnology and Transistor. His studies in Optoelectronics integrate themes in fields like Field-effect transistor, Single crystal, Thin-film transistor and Ambipolar diffusion. His Field-effect transistor research focuses on subjects like Electron mobility, which are linked to Chemical vapor deposition.
The various areas that Taishi Takenobu examines in his Carbon nanotube study include Carbon nanotube field-effect transistor, Doping and Raman spectroscopy. His research in Condensed matter physics intersects with topics in Electron paramagnetic resonance and Magnetoresistance. His Nanotechnology study incorporates themes from Chemical engineering and Printed electronics.
His primary areas of study are Optoelectronics, Doping, Polymer, Electrochemical cell and Electrolyte. His Optoelectronics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electroluminescence and Metal. His Doping research incorporates elements of Transition metal dichalcogenide monolayers, Superconductivity, Carbon nanotube and Boron.
His Electrochemical cell research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ion, Photochemistry, Nanotechnology and Light emission. His Photochemistry study which covers Triethylene glycol that intersects with Transistor and Side chain. Taishi Takenobu works on Nanotechnology which deals in particular with Nanomaterials.
His main research concerns Doping, Optoelectronics, Chemical vapor deposition, Light emission and Polymer. His work in Doping addresses issues such as Seebeck coefficient, which are connected to fields such as Carbon nanotube. Heterojunction and Wafer are among the areas of Optoelectronics where Taishi Takenobu concentrates his study.
His work focuses on many connections between Chemical vapor deposition and other disciplines, such as Graphene, that overlap with his field of interest in Electron mobility. His Light emission research includes elements of Electrolyte and Electrochemical cell. His research on Monolayer concerns the broader Nanotechnology.
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Large-Area Aiming Synthesis of WSe2 Monolayers
Jing-Kai Huang;Jiang Pu;Chih-Piao Chuu;Chang-Lung Hsu.
arXiv: Materials Science (2013)
Control of carrier density by self-assembled monolayers in organic field-effect transistors
S. Kobayashi;T. Nishikawa;T. Nishikawa;T. Takenobu;S. Mori.
Nature Materials (2004)
Large-area synthesis of highly crystalline WSe2 monolayers and device applications
Jing Kai Huang;Jiang Pu;Chang Lung Hsu;Ming Hui Chiu.
ACS Nano (2014)
Highly flexible MoS2 thin-film transistors with ion gel dielectrics.
Jiang Pu;Yohei Yomogida;Keng Ku Liu;Lain Jong Li.
Nano Letters (2012)
Stable and controlled amphoteric doping by encapsulation of organic molecules inside carbon nanotubes.
Taishi Takenobu;Takumi Takano;Masashi Shiraishi;Yousuke Murakami.
Nature Materials (2003)
Monolayer MoSe2 grown by chemical vapor deposition for fast photodetection.
Yung Huang Chang;Wenjing Zhang;Yihan Zhu;Yu Han.
ACS Nano (2014)
Ferroelectric Polarization Flop in a Frustrated Magnet MnWO~4 Induced by a Magnetic Field
K. Taniguchi;N. Abe;T. Takenobu;Y. Iwasa.
Physical Review Letters (2006)
Fabrication and characterization of C60 thin-film transistors with high field-effect mobility
S. Kobayashi;T. Takenobu;S. Mori;A. Fujiwara.
Applied Physics Letters (2003)
High Mobility and Luminescent Efficiency in Organic Single-Crystal Light-Emitting Transistors
Satria Zulkarnaen Bisri;Taishi Takenobu;Taishi Takenobu;Yohei Yomogida;Hidekazu Shimotani.
Advanced Functional Materials (2009)
Tunable carbon nanotube thin-film transistors produced exclusively via inkjet printing
Haruya Okimoto;Taishi Takenobu;Kazuhiro Yanagi;Yasumitsu Miyata.
Advanced Materials (2010)
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