Takeshi Fukuda

Saitama University, Japan


Takeshi Fukuda received the D.Eng. degree in 2008. He has been an Assistant Professor at the Department of Functional Materials Science, Saitama University, Japan. Dr. Fukuda worked at Waseda University from 1999 till 2001, during which his research was focused on quasiphase match wavelength converter, liquid phase epitaxy, and electrical characteristics measurement for LiNbO3 single crystal. He also worked at Fujikura Ltd from 2001 till 2008, where he mainly focused on planar lightwave circuit fabricated by semiconductor processes, femtosecond laser processing for three-dimensional optical waveguide, white light emitting diodes, organic light-emitting diodes, and organic-inorganic hybrid material for emitting devices. His research fields include organic light-emitting diode using coal-pitch, semiconductor quantum dot phosphor for bioimaging sensor, organic-inorganic emitting phosphor for wavelength conversion film for photovoltaic cells, doping technique of solution-processed organic image sensor, and electrospray deposition method for thin film organic device, especially focusing on the synthesis of emitting materials and the fabrication process of thin film devices.

Biography Updated on 2 January 2013

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