Update 26Jun17

Research Fields

Inorganic Chemistry

Hiroki Oshio

Hiroki Oshio(Bioinspired Redox Chemistry)

Coordination Chemistry on multinuclear metal complexes: Design and syntheses of multifunctional metal complexes.



Takahiko Kojima

Takahiko Kojima(Bioinspired Redox Chemistry)

Bioinspired redox chemistry of metal complexes; Supramolecular redox chemistry of non-planar porphyrins.



Keisuke Sueki

Keisuke Sueki(Isotope and Radiochemistry)

Study on a new atomic and molecular system using by radioisotopes and study of environmental radioisotope.



Kiyoharu Nakatani

Kiyoharu Nakatani(Analytical Chemistry, Surface Chemistry)

Studies on chemical processes at microdroplet/solution and microparticle/solution interfaces using electrochemical and spectroscopic techniques.


Physical Chemistry

Tatsuro Arai

Tatsuo Arai(Organic Physical Chemistry)

Studies on reaction dynamics and novel properties of organic molecules in the excited state.



Takaaki Ishibashi

Taka-aki Ishibashi( Spectroscopic Physical Chemistry)

Vibrational sum-frequency generation (SFG) spectroscopy of monolayers and molecular interfaces, Time-resolved IR spectroscopy of photocatalytic processes and photochemical reactions in solutions.



Kazuya Saito

Kazuya Saito(Inorganic Physical Chemistry)

Physical chemistry of structure and properties of molecular aggregates (soft matter, organic/lowdimensional conductors, molecular dynamics in crystal and phase transitions).


Kenji Morihashi

Kenji Morihashi(Quantum Chemistry)

Computational quantum chemistry: Applications of density functional theory (DFT) to the molecular properties and reactivities of radical compounds. Development of DFT calculation method including solvent effect.


Tomo Sato

Tomoo Sato(Surface Photo Physical Chemistry, Inhomogeneous Chemistry)

Studies on photofunctions and photochemical properties of newly fabricated molecular assemblies and inorganic particles in mesoscopic scale.



Organic Chemistry

Junji Ichikawa

Junji Ichikawa(Synthetic Organic Chemistry)

Studies on acceleration and control of synthetic organic reactions. Development of synthetic reactions using organofluorine and organometallic compounds.



Hideo Kigoshi

Hideo Kigoshi(Bioorganic Chemistry)

Isolation, structures, synthesis and molecular mechanisms of bioactivities of natural products.



Tatsuya Nabesima

Tatsuya Nabesima(Supramolecular Chemistry)

Design and synthesis of functional organic compounds, organic and inorganic hybrid supramolecular complexes and molecular assemblies, and biofunctional host molecules.


Masaaki Ichinohe

Masaaki Ichinohe(Functional Molecular Chemistry)

Main Group Element Chemistry. Synthesis, Structure, and Properties of Low-coordination and Multiple Bonded Compounds of Heavier Group 14 Elements..



Interdisciplinary Chemistry

Yasuhiko Yamamoto

Yasuhiko Yamamoto(Bioinorganic Chemistry)

Investigation of architecture of metalloprotein and metalloenzyme structures; Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy of paramagnetic metal complexes.



Cooperative Graduate School

Name Research Fields
Junji Akimoto

(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Studies on Inorganic solid state chemistry and electrochemistry for advanced functional materials (including lithium ion battery positive and negative electrode materials, and advanced solid electrolyte materials).
Toshihide Kamata

(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Studies on the super-structured thin film of molecular compounds and its application to the organic transistors.
Yukari Sato

(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Functionalization of solid and electrode surfaces; Redox flow battery for renewable energy introduction; Construction of micro multi sensing devices for marine environment;
Han Li-Biao

(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Studies on the efficient preparation of heteroatom compounds (organophosphorus chemicals in particular) via catalysis and development of heteroatom-containing functional materials.
Yuji Yoshida

(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Synthesis of advanced carbon nanotubes by encapsulation of designed molecules and their spectroscopic characterizations.
Okazaki Toshiya

(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Synthesis of advanced carbon nanotubes by encapsulation of designed molecules and their spectroscopic characterizations.
Yumiko Nakajima

(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Design and synthesis of novel transition metal catalysts, Development of catalytic reactions for precise synthesis of new organometallic compounds containing main group elements.
Yasuo Norikane

(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Photofunctional organic molecules especially showing photo-induced solid-liquid phase transitions and light-driven mechanical motion.
Yusuke Hara

(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Studies on functional polymer chains and polymer gels, for soft actuators, soft robots and microfluidic devices.
---------- Nanomaterials Chemistry (MSE Course) ----------
Masayuki Takeuchi

(National Institute for Materials Science)
Creation of new organic nanochemistry thorough the design, synthesis, and characterization of organic, macromolecular, and supramolecular materials with photo- and electro-active components, chemosensing functions, dynamic mechanical characters.
Masanobu Naito

(National Institute for Materials Science)
Studies on adhesive and coating materials for aircraft, automobile, ship, and infrastructures. By using state-of-the-art surface analysis technique, polymerization method, and process techniques, we develop novel, high performance adhesive and coating materials.
---------- International Institute For Integrative Sleep Medicine ----------
Nagase Hiroshi

Creation of new organic nanochemistry thorough the design, synthesis, and characterization of organic, macromolecular, and supramolecular materials with photo- and electro-active components, chemosensing functions, dynamic mechanical characters.
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