[News flash] Our latest paper for 1D nanowires has just been accepted in Nano Letters. This work will be highlighted in a front cover. Shivani Shukla (Carnegie Mellon Univ.) and Masa Nagata (Nagoya Univ.) equally contributed to this work. Thank you so much for your great contribution to this work, Dr. Zheng Liu and Dr. Kazu Suenaga (AIST), Dr. Takuma Shiga (Univ. Tokyo), Dr. Yuto Nakamura, Dr. Takeshi Koyama, and Prof. Hideo Kishida (Nagoya Univ.).
Our recent work on MoS2 hybrid materials for LED has been just accepted in Angewandte Chemie. This is a collaboration with Prof. Nikos Tagmatarchis from National Hellenic Research Foundation in Greece.
I attended the 13th Wakashachi Incentive Research Award Ceremony on 17th January, and then, gave the presentation entitled “Development of Novel Contrast Agents for Early Detection of Cancer Tumors”
Our most recent work on MoS2 hybrid materials for hydrogen production has been published in Chemical Physics Letters. This is a collaboration with Prof. Nikos Tagmatarchis from National Hellenic Research Foundation in Greece.
I received the 13th Wakashachi Incentive Research Award.
Grand Prize and 300,000 JPY will be awarded on 17th January 2019, and then I will give the lecture entitled “Development of Novel Contrast Agents for Early Detection of Cancer Tumors”.
I received the best presentation award on Annual Meeting of JSMS 2018.
I gave the presentation entitled “Template Synthesis of One-dimensional Transition-metal Chalcogenides Inside Carbon Nanotubes”. This talk is based on the research of my students, Aizaki and Nagata. Thank you so much.
I was transferred to NanoScience Research laboratory at Tokyo Metropolitan University. I launched a new project for the synthesis and characterization of novel 1D and 2D materials with Prof. Yasumitsu Miyata.
I participated in the annual meeting of JSMS (Japan society of molecular science) 2018.
I gave the lecture entitled “Template Synthesis of One-dimensional Transition-metal Chalcogenides Inside Carbon Nanotubes“, and discussed with many researchers in physical chemistry.
On 11-13th September, my students, Aizaki and Nagata participated in the 56th Fullerene-Nanotubes-Graphene General Symposium at Sendai, Japan. They gave the poster presentation for CNT-templated synthesis of 1D materials.
I organized the 8th Young Researcher Meeting on FNTG (Fullerene-Nanotubes-Graphene general symposium). Eight speakers came from different research fields, and gave really exciting talks. Thank you so much for joining us, everyone.