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理工学部理工学科応用化学システムコース・ 大学院先端技術科学教育部 物質生命システム工学専攻化学機能創生コース

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Despite the limited number, 100 or so, of elements known to us, countless combinations of those elements are possible, bringing about a diversity of materials including complex life forms on our planet Earth. Chemistry is a science dealing with the transformations of substances (and associated energy) through rearranging these combinations. Most important of all, its primary objective is to make positive use of such transformations in improving our everyday life.

The Department of Chemical Science and Technology is deeply devoted to both education and research in chemistry and chemical technology stressing on such practical aspects. The department consists of three major research groups:

(A) Synthetic and Polymer Chemistry --- making new materials or chemical substances,
(B) Physicochemical and Material Science --- examining materials properties and characteristics,
(C) Chemical Process Engineering --- producing materialsat industrial scales.

Within an environment confined to the planet and her vicinity, we must solve a variety of problems concerning energy, resources, environmental protection, etc. for further prosperity of our society, not to mention the surrounding nature.


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Synthetic and Polymer Chemistry

Educational and research programs in this group concern with effective synthesis of specialty chemicals and functional materials of high values through the applications of fundamental chemistry such as organic and inorganic synthesis, structural analysis, and analysis of reaction mechanisms. The curriculum related to this research field includes: Organic Chemistry, Organic Structure Determinations, Polymer Chemistry, Functional Polymer Design, Molecular Design in Chemistry, and Materials Synthetic Chemistry.
 The group is further divided into three research laboratories: Organic Synthetic Chemistry Lab., Polymer Synthetic Chemistry Lab. and Materials Synthetic Chemistry Lab. Three laboratories have a common goal of making new materials useful for human life yet in harmony with the nature.

Members

A-1 Yasuhiko Kawamura Masaki Nishiuchi Fumitoshi Yagishita
A-2 Koichi Ute Tomohiro Hirano Miyuki Oshimura
A-3 Yasushi Imada Keiji Minagawa Yukihiro Arakawa
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Physicochemistry and Material Science

The faculty members in this group are engaged in educational and research programs which aim at examining, on the basis of physical chemistry, a diversity of properties and functional characteristics exhibited by promising materials and at the same time, developing technology of effectively utilizing these materials. The curriculum associated with this research field includes: Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Quantum Chemistry, Physicochemical Properties of Fluids, Fundamental Surface Science, and Applied Electrochemisty.

Members

B-1 Toshio Takayanagi Hitoshi Mizuguchi
B-2 Hidekazu Okamura Yoshihisa Suzuki Ken Yoshida
Naoki Noguchi
B-3 Mikito Yasuzawa Masashi Kurashina
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Chemical Process Engineering

This third group provides educational and research programs concerning both fundamental theories and applied technology useful in chemical industries, ranging from the functional design of new materials to the design of chemical reactors and plants with safety concern to the development of new processes for chemicals production. The curriculum covered in this research field includes: Materials Science, Unit Operations, Chemical Plant Design, Chemical Process Design, and Chemical Reaction Engineering. The group comprises four research laboratories: Materials Science Lab., Transport Process Engineering Lab. and Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab. Each laboratory pursues its specific research objectives yet in close association with the others.

Members

C-1 Toshihiro Moriga Kei-Ichiro Murai
C-2 Ken-Ichiro Sotowa  Toshihide Horikawa
C-3 Shigeru Sugiyama Masahiro Katoh Naohiro Shimoda
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