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Namesort descendingAffiliationOfficial titleResearch fields - keywords
Fujita TakeshiFaculty of Pure and Applied SciencesAssistant ProfessorOrganic chemistry, Device related chemistry, Synthetic chemistry - 機能性材料創製を目指した多環式化合物の合成手法開発
Hideo TsurushimaFaculty of MedicineAssociate ProfessorNeurosurgery, Device related chemistry, Inorganic materials/Physical properties, Applied pharmacology -
Kanbara TakakiFaculty of Pure and Applied SciencesProfessorPolymer chemistry, Functional solid state chemistry, Device related chemistry, Organic and hybrid materials, Green/Environmental chemistry - Polymer synthesis using organometallic complexes, Development of novel polymer semiconductors and macromolecular complexes, Preparation of functional compounds using elemental sulfur, Development of materials directed toward water quality preservation
Kijima MasashiFaculty of Pure and Applied SciencesProfessorDevice related chemistry, Polymer chemistry, Structural/Functional materials, Synthetic chemistry, Functional solid state chemistry, Composite materials/Surface and interface engineering, Inorganic industrial materials - Synthesis of luminescent organic materials, synthesis of carbon materials, synthesis and applications of prous materials
Nishimura YoshinobuFaculty of Pure and Applied SciencesAssociate ProfessorDevice related chemistry, Functional solid state chemistry, Basic chemistry - relaxation process of an excited state, measurement of fluorescence lifetime, Photophysics, Nanobubble, Transient absorption spectroscopy
Saito KazuyaFaculty of Pure and Applied SciencesProfessorBasic chemistry, Device related chemistry, Condensed matter physics I, Condensed matter physics II - molecular dynamics, heat capacity, entropy, organic conductor, liquid crystal
Yamamura YasuhisaFaculty of Pure and Applied SciencesAssociate ProfessorBasic chemistry, Inorganic materials/Physical properties, Device related chemistry, Functional solid state chemistry - heat capacity, phase transition, thermal expansion