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Post-doctoral fellowship of the JSPS on the project : Development of an organic transistor-based chemical sensor for multi-target detection

ABG-107057 Emploi Junior
08/08/2022 Autre type de contrat > 35 et < 45 K€ brut annuel
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Tokyo - Japon
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organic electronics, transistor, electronic circuit, chemical sensor, supramolecular chemistry, host-guest chemistry
Recherche et Développement


LIMMS/CNRS-IIS IRL 2820 (Laboratory for Integrated Micro Mechatronic Systems) is an international laboratory between the French CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) and Institute of Industrial Science (IIS), The University of Tokyo, located in Komaba, Tokyo. LIMMS has more than 27 years of experience in international cooperative research and has welcomed more than 300 researchers from France and Europe.


LIMMS opens a new postdoctoral position in the laboratory of Dr. Minami, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo, LIMMS/CNRS-IIS (IRL 2820)


Poste et missions

 From the standpoints of diagnosis, biosensing, and environmental analysis, the qualitative and quantitative detection of various markers in real samples is required to obtain reliable analytical results. For this purpose, the Minami research group at the Institute of Industrial Science (IIS), The University of Tokyo is interested in the development of organic transistor-based chemical sensors and those applications toward simultaneous multi-detection of various chemical species. Although organic transistors have been vigorously applied to physical sensors, the application of organic electronic devices for chemical sensing is still in its infancy. Thus, we attempt to establish a chemical sensing platform based on fusion technology in a multidisciplinary field including organic electronics, supramolecular chemistry, and analytical chemistry.

 To be harnessed for rigorous analytical assignments, our research mostly centers on the fabrication of sensor devices as well as molecular design and synthesis of molecular recognition materials. We believe that the organic transistor functionalized with artificial receptors can be a new-generation platform for easy-to-use sensors to detect various chemical species. A new research fellow for this project is expected to establish sensing platforms for the analysis of numerous chemical information.

Fellowship periods and periods for arrival in Japan:

Two years starting between April 1st and September 30, 2023



Paid equivalent to the JSPS Postdoctoral position

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 A research fellow with knowledge of electrical and electronic engineering is preferable. In this case, it is not a problem if the applicants are unfamiliar with chemistry. On the other hand, a research fellow with knowledge of organic synthesis, supramolecular chemistry, and host-guest chemistry is also preferable. If the latter applicants are not familiar with electronic engineering, it is no problem at all. Moreover, a research fellow with knowledge of microfluidics and MEMS technologies is also preferable.



We aim to develop a novel chemical sensor with artificial receptors for multi-target detection

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