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Prof. Michiya Fujiki from NAIST visited our college
发布时间:2019-06-10 浏览次数:

  Prof. Michiya Fujiki from NAIST, Japan, visited our college on Jun. 3rd till 5th, 2019.

Professor Michiya Fujiki received the Ph.D. degree from Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, in 1993. Since 1978, he worked for Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Cooperation (NTT). From 1978 to 1982, he studied low-loss optical plastic fibers, and from 1983 to 1987, he studied the preparation and thin film properties of semiconducting phthalocyanine derivatives. In 1987, he joined the Basic Research Laboratories of NTT. Since then, he was engaged in the study of synthesis and photophysical properties of optically active polysilanes and π-conjugating polymers. He moved to NAIST as a full Professor in May, 2002. His research interests include the design and functionality of hierarchical architecture using the 14 group element polymers and phthalocyanine supramolecular polymers, and possible answers to the fundamental question of the origin of homochirality on Earth. He has contributed as an author and/or coauthor of over > 300 original and review papers, book chapters and editor of two ACS books, and 150 patents with the h index of 56. Among his publications, 33 papers were highlighted as front/back covers of RSC and Wiley journals.

During the visit, Prof. Michiya Fujiki had a forum about CPL-and-CD spectroscopy with researchers and graduate students in our college. He also gave a presentation on “Controlled mirror symmetry breaking, restoration, inversion, and memory in polymers, molecules, and lanthanide complexes detected by CPL-and-CD spectroscopy” at the conference hall of the College of Chemistry and Materials Science on June 4, 2019. It was hosted by Prof. Victor Borovkov.


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