|Novel platform technology has been developed to replace the photolithography used currently for manufacturing semiconductors and display devices. As a substrate, plastics, especially polycarbonates, have been considered for future application such as flexible display. Other plastics, i.e. polyimide, polyetheretherketon, and polyethersulfone developed for the substrate at this moment, are available for photolithography due to their high glass transition temperature, instead of high price. After thin polystyrene film was coated on the polycarbonate substrate, microstructure of the film was formed with polydimethylsiloxane template over the glass transition temperature of the polystyrene. The surface of the structure was treated with potassium permanganate and octadecyltrimethoxysilane so that the surface became hydrophobic. After this surface treatment, the nanoparticles dispersed in aqueous solution were aligned in the structure followed by evaporation of the DI water. Without the treatment, the nanoparticles were placed on the undesired region of the structure. Therefore, the interfacial interaction was also utilized for the nanoparticle alignment. The surface was analyzed using X-ray photoelectron spectrometer. The evaporation of the solvent occurred after several drops of the solution where the hydrophilic nanoparticles were dispersed. During the evaporation, the alignment was precisely guided by the physical structure and the interfacial interaction. The alignment was applied to the electric device.