[Michihisa Murata] Development of Neutral Thermoelectric Materials Based on π-Extended Metal-Bis(dithiolene) Complexes

Research Director

Michihisa Murata

Michihisa Murata

Faculty of Engineering, Osaka Institute of Technology
Associate Professor

website

Outline

Flexible and low-cost thermoelectric generators are of increasing significance because of their future applications for energy harvesting, which include wearable medical sensors. This project focuses on π-conjugated metal bis(dithiolene) complexes, which have been well-known as single component molecular metals, as a key building unit to create neutral conducting polymers for thermoelectric devices. In addition, relationship between the solid-state structure and the properties is pursued to understand the basis of thermoelectric properties by developing efficient routes for the synthesis of structurally well-defined materials.

Quick Access

Quick Access

 News

arrow On-going

arrow Completed

Program

  • CREST
  • PRESTO
  • ACT-I
  • ERATO
  • ACT-C
  • ACCEL
  • ALCA
  • RISTEX
Finish programs
  • Pamphlet
  • ProjectDB
  • GlobalActivity
  • Diversity-EN
  • OS_Policy-EN
  • Question-E