Ceramics Materials Chemistry
We will create functional materials that contribute to the fields of environmental and energy technologies, and electronics by utilizing knowledge of solid-state physics and chemistry, and various synthetic techniques.
ORGANIC FUNCTIONAL MOLECULE LAB
Organic Synthesis · Functional Molecular Chemistry
Taking advantage of organic synthesis, we are creating noble functional molecules with excellent optical, electronic, magnetic and catalytic properties based on the biomolecule called porphyrins.
Polymer Science · Interfacial Engineering
We have elucidated the structure and physical properties of polymers at the various interfaces towards establishing the molecular design guidelines, developing the functional materials, and constructing the highly-integrated devices.
Energy · Environment
We are researching energy generation and storage using inorganic materials, environmental catalysts. It is applied to solid oxide fuel cells, new type secondary batteries, photocatalyst and others.
The research objective of KAJI laboratory is to create a next-generation analytical chemistry mainly based on Nanotechnology and Electron Device Engineering.
CHEMICAL AND ENVIORNMENTAL SCIENCE LAB
Environmental, Bioanalytical Chemistry
We are studying various microfluidic devices, which can analyze very small amounts of samples down to nano-/pico-mole scale. We apply them to examine the environmental problems familiar with us by taking advantage of spectroelectrochemistry and nanotechnology.
We are hard at work studying organic optoelectronics devices to exploit unique function of organic exciton and establish the next generation of electronics based on organic materials.
HYBRID MOLECULAR ASSEMBLIES LAB
Molecular Assembled Soft Matters
We are conducting research on the creation of advanced polymeric materials (soft materials) based on controlling intermolecular interactions, hierarchical structures, and molecular motion.
Reaction · Property theory
We do research on electronic structure and chemical reaction of molecules and solids without conducting experiments from the standpoint of quantum chemistry.
Functional Organic Chemistry
We are advancing the study on innovative organic devices by developing new organic molecules with outstanding optoelectronic functions.
We are focusing on lower carbon emission, increase energy efficiency with a novel material, device, and theoretical approach.