Projects|Material Solutions Center, Tohoku University(MaSC)

Tohoku University Material Solutions Center (MaSC) is a cooperative base between industry, academics and government that has been set up in a joint effort by Tohoku University and its Institute for Materials Research, Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advance Metals, and Institute of Fluid Science and uses grants for facilities expenses from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.


Projects


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Development of innovative manufacturing processes for quantum dot arrays and nano-energy devices
Research on large area quantum dot array and nano-energy device manufacturing process The core technology consortium for advanced energy devices is a collaborative research project between industry, government and academia that was organized with the support of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry's academic-industrial collaboration innovative business promotion program (business operations). This project aims to create highly efficient quantum dot solar cells and the related nano-devices with integrated quantum dot band gap engineering. These nanodevices can be made safely from abundant material resources and thus used in the large-scale popularization.
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Project Leader
Seiji Samukawa
Professor
Green Nanotechnology Laboratory, Innovative Energy
Research Center, Institute of Fluid Science

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Seiji Samukawa
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