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Post-doctoral fellowship of the JSPS on the project : Next-generation Display Technologies using Soft Electronic Materials

ABG-111727 Emploi Junior
07/03/2023 Autre type de contrat > 25 et < 35 K€ brut annuel
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Fellowship of the JSPS (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) at LIMMS/CNRS-IIS (IRL 2820), Tokyo
Tokyo - Japon
  • Electronique
Stretchable electronics, Soft materials, Optics, Haptics, Display, Wearable devices, Human computer interfaces
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 Associate Professor Naoji MATSUHISA, Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo. Prof. Matsuhisa has developed skin-like soft electronic materials and devices for future wearable devices and human-computer interfaces. He was recently listed in MIT Technology Review Innovators under 35.


(1) Nature Video - Stretchy electronics go wireless


(2) MIT Technology Review Innovator Under 35


(3) Website of Matsuhisa Laboratory



Poste et missions


 Soft electronic devices are key enablers of next-generation wearable devices and electronic skins for robots. Soft wearable devices can be attached to the skin, and skin-like softness can realize excellent skin conformability and comfort-of-wear. The softness of robots can make people feel friendly toward them. Prof. Matsuhisa’s group has been involved in the field of stretchable electronics, from materials and devices to system-level integration. Examples include printable elastic conductors with record-high conductivity, high-frequency stretchable polymer diodes, and body-area soft sensor networks.

 Their next interest is in the development of novel display technologies based on soft electronic materials. Examples include high-definition stretchable displays, soft displays that can reflect biological information without external circuits/batteries, and display devices that can provide haptic sensations. Such displays can be used for next-generation human-computer interfaces in wearable devices, robotics, and the arts.

  Matsuhisa laboratory started three years ago, and PI is frequently available for discussion. The laboratory is well-equipped for the fabrication and evaluation of soft electronic materials and devices. PI has international collaborators in various research fields through his postdoctoral experience in Singapore and the US.


Fellowship periods and periods for arrival in Japan:

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



Paid equivalent to the JSPS Post-Doctoral position

1. Airfare: A round-trip air ticket (based on JSPS’s regulations)

2. Maintenance Allowance: 362,000 JPY per month

3. Miscellaneous: A setting-in allowance of 200,000 JPY, Overseas travel insurance, etc.

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 This project may require multidisciplinary skills. Candidates are expected to have a strong background in at least one of the following fields: electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, information engineering, material science, polymer chemistry, human-computer interaction, and bioengineering. Candidates willing to guide students with young PI are highly welcomed.


Goals (e.g. Within a year, the recruited person should succeed in ….) :

  The prospective postdoctoral researcher will design a novel display device using soft electronic materials developed in Matsuhisa laboratory. If necessary, new soft electronic materials may be developed. Within a year, the researcher should fabricate the first prototype of the devices. Then, we explore the novel application of the developed display devices with collaborators in various fields, including healthcare, robotics, and human-computer interaction.

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