In the context of sustainable development to improve the quality of life, applied chemistry plays a crucial role in advancing science and technology in diverse fields such as energy, the environment, and biotechnology. Our department consists of six laboratories and our research embraces a wide range of scientific and engineering issues, from basic discovery to advanced applications. Research areas can be categorized into three sections:

1. Design of functional polymers and/or semiconductors at atomic, molecular, mesoscopic, and macroscopic levels

2. Development of advanced chemical reaction processes based on “green sustainable chemistry”

3. Synthesis of novel organic materials and their application to bioscience products and fine chemicals

 

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Laboratory Researcher Title  E-mail (@oit.ac.jp)

 

 Coordination  Chemistry

 Organic  Polymer

 Catalytic  Organic Chemistry

 NOMURA, Ryoki

 SHIMOMURA, Osamu

 OHTAKA, Atsushi

 P

 AP

 AP

 ryoki.nomura
 osamu.shimomura
 atsushi.otaka

 

 Supra-  molecules 

 Materials  Chemistry for  Energy  Conversion

 MURAOKA, Masahiro

 MURATA, Michihisa

P*

 AP

masahiro.muraoka

 michihisa.murata

 

  Composite Materials

  Advanced Particulate Materials

 NAKAMURA, Yoshinobu

 FUJII, Syuji

 P

 P

 yoshinobu.nakamura

 syuji.fujii

 

 Nano Materials

 Environmental Electrochemistry

 Inorganic Photochemistry

 TANAHASHI, Ichiro

 AZUMA, Masashi

 HIGASHIMOTO, Shinya

 MATSUDA, Yasuaki

 P

 AP

 AP

L

 ichiro.tanahashi

 masashi.azuma 

 shinya.higashimoto

 yasuaki.matsuda

 

 Recognition and Analysis
 Chemistry

 Environmental Analysis

 

 MORIUCHI, Takayo

 

 FUJIMORI, Keiichi

 

 P

 

 AP

 

 takayo.moriuchi

 

 keiichi.fujimori

 

 

 Synthesis of Materials with
 Special Functions

 Natural Product Chemistry

 MASUYAMA, Araki

 

 KOBAYASHI, Shoji 

 P

 

AP

 araki.masuyama

 

 shoji.kobayashi 

P = Professor   AP = Associate Professor   L = Lecturer  * = Department Chair

 

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