The students of the Master and Doctoral programs in chemistry will be trained both theoretically and experimentally in all major fields of chemistry including Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and related disciplines.

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Financial support for Ph.D students (Doctoral course students)

The Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences provides financial support for Ph.D. students, i.e., students advanced to candidacy, so that they can focus on their research. We hire Ph.D. students as research assistants (RAs). (We delegate research assistance work to Ph.D. students and give them remuneration.) The outline for FY 2019 is as follows: To each Ph.D. student, we will pay an amount equivalent to 100% of the tuition fee as RA remuneration. Students who are exempted from paying the tuition fee (full or half price) are also hired. However, we will reduce the payment amount for those students enrolling for more than 3 years. The following students are excluded from this economic support: (1) JSPS Research Fellows, (2) Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship Students, (3) Students employed as RAs (or equivalent) at other institutions (or financed by external funding), (4) Persons with a certain amount of income as workers, (5) Students currently taking a leave of absence from the university (6) Students receiving a benefit type scholarship of 140,000 yen / month or more.
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Ishibashi Lab

Molecular Spectroscopy and Physical Chemistry of surfaces, interfaces, and solutions.

Ichikawa Lab

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

Bioorganic Chemistry Lab

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

Kojima Lab

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

Sueki Lab

Study on a new atomic and molecular system using by radioisotopes; Study on synthesis and properties of radiometallofullerenes.

Nakatani Lab

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

Morihashi Lab

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.

Yamamoto Lab

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

Nano-Science and Nano-Technology (Doctoral program)

Oshio Lab

Coordination chemistry on multinuclear metal complexes. Design and syntheses of high-spin molecules.

Molecular Condensed Matter Lab

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

Nabeshima Lab

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


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Chairperson Takahiko KOJIMA

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