〒819-0395
福岡市西区元岡744
最先端有機光エレクトロニクス
研究センター
共進化社会システムイノベーション施設224

Center for Organic Photonics
and Electronics Research
(OPERA)
Co-Evolutional Social Systems Building #224
744 Motooka, Nishi, Fukuoka 819-0395, Japan

TEL: 092-802-6920
FAX: 092-802-6921

adachi@cstf.kyushu-u.ac.jp
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About Lab.

Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics Research

In March 2015, OPERA moved its facilities into the newly constructed Co-Evolutional Social Systems Building on the Ito Campus of Kyushu University. The new facilities house wide variety of equipment for the creation and characterization of new materials, films, and devices with over 2,200 m2 of laboratory space including fully-equipped synthesis labs for over 30 people and a 1,300 m2 clean room.




Welcome to Laboratory Room 1st floor

1st Floor

Clean room

From substrate preparation to film deposition, all steps of device fabrication can be accomplished in the cleanroom. Attached gloveboxes allow for the unloading of completed devices directly into inert atmosphere.

By loading substrates and materials in the vacuum deposition system (ULVAC) from the attached glovebox, devices can be fabricated without exposure to atmosphere.

A wide range of multilayered devices can be made with this versatile vacuum deposition system (ALS) comprised of organic (8 sources), metal (2 sources plus e-beam gun), and sputter chambers. Devices can be unloaded into the adjoined glovebox for encapsulation.

Electron beam lithography
The e-beam lithography system (Jeol), with an accelerating voltage of 50 kV and a minimum line width of 3 nm, can be used for the microfabrication of DFB mirrors and light extraction structures.
physics laboratory NMR

Device-level electro-optic characterization of OLED, OFET, and OSC devices fabricated in the cleanroom and molecular-level observation of thin films by ultrahigh vacuum AFM (Jeol) can be performed.

The structures of newly synthesized organic compounds can be identified using the 500 MHz NMR (Bruker), and the structure of thin films can be analyzed by XRD (Rigaku).