Shohei received his B.S. degree in Science and Engineering from Doshisha University, Japan, in 2010, and the M.S. degree in Organic Chemistry from Kyushu University, Japan, in 2012. His research focused on selective reduction of carbonyl compounds with hydrosilane. After graduation Shohei joined Tosoh Corporation, Japan, in 2012 as an R&D Scientist developing high thermal stable transparent polymers and their films for substrates for display and photo-peternable polymers for FET devices. Shohei joined the Swager Group in fall 2018 as a visiting scientist investigating semiconductive polymers and dielectric materials for FET devices.