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Inventor:
Morisaki; Hiroshi
Address:
Tsurugashima, JP
No. of patents:
9
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7553685 Method of fabricating light-emitting device and light-emitting device June 30, 2009
A light-emitting device 100 has ITO transparent electrode layers 8, 10 used for applying drive voltage for light-emission to a light-emitting layer section 24, and is designed so as to extract light from the light-emitting layer section 24 through the ITO transparent electrode layers
7265064 Semiconductor device with porous interlayer insulating film September 4, 2007
In a method of manufacturing a semiconductor device, semiconductor circuit elements or wiring patterns are formed on a semiconductor substrate then, a porous semiconductor oxide film is formed as an interlayer insulating film on the semiconductor substrate including the semiconductor cir
7041529 Light-emitting device and method of fabricating the same May 9, 2006
In a light-emitting device, a light-emitting layer portion composed of a compound semiconductor is bonded on one main surface of a transparent conductive semiconductor substrate while placing a substrate-bonding conductive oxide layer composed of a conductive oxide in between. Between
6995401 Light emitting device and method of fabricating the same February 7, 2006
A light emitting device having an oxide transparent electrode layer as an emission drive electrode, and designed so that damage possibly occurs during bonding of electrode wires to the bonding pads is less influential to a light emitting layer portion is disclosed. The light emitting dev
6962882 Method of fabricating a semiconductor device having a nanoparticle porous oxide film November 8, 2005
While a crucible containing an Si material and a substrate to be processed are set in a chamber, Ar gas is supplied into the chamber and the Si material is evaporated by heating, thereby forming a nanoparticle thin film of Si on the substrate. This substrate is then annealed in an oxygen
6847056 Light emitting device January 25, 2005
A light emitting device 100 has a structure in which a p type InGaAs layer 7 as an electrode contact layer and an ITO electrode layer 8 as an oxide transparent electrode layer are formed in the order in a first major surface 17 side of a light emitting layer section 24. In a second major
6812163 Semiconductor device with porous interlayer insulating film November 2, 2004
In a method of manufacturing a semiconductor device, semiconductor circuit elements or wiring patterns are formed on a semiconductor substrate. then, a porous semiconductor oxide film is formed as an interlayer insulating film on the semiconductor substrate including the semiconductor ci
6787383 Light-emitting device and method for manufacturing the same September 7, 2004
The light-emitting device 100 has an ITO electrode layer 8 for applying drive voltage for light emission to a light emitting layer section 24, where the light from the light emitting layer section 24 is extracted as being passed through the ITO electrode layer 8. Between the light emitti
6566756 Semiconductor device with porous interlayer film of a range of average diameter having partially May 20, 2003
In a method of manufacturing a semiconductor device, semiconductor circuit elements or wiring patterns are formed on a semiconductor substrate. Then, a porous semiconductor oxide film is formed as an interlayer insulating film on the semiconductor substrate including the semiconductor ci










 
 
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