An original paper entitled “Solution-based sequential modification of LiCoO2 particle surface with iron (II) oxalate nanolayers” was published in CrystEngComm (Royal Social Chemkstry), and that is just accepted. This is a collaborative work with Tatsumisago-Lab in Applied Chemistry.
Ms. Taniguchi received an university president’s award for her remarkable research.
Mr. Ohata gave an oral presentation and a poster presentation for the first time at the CSJ annual Meeting.
Ms. Taniguchi received “the best presentation award” at the 8th Inorganic Functional Materials workshop held in Kansai University.
Mr. YAO received an university president’s award for his remarkable research.
Dr. Makiura received the Award for Encouragement of Research in the 25th Annual Meeting of MRS-J in Yokohama.
Mr. YAO attended the 7th Inorganic Functional Materials workshop at Kansai University and received “excellent poster presentation award”.
Our master course student, Azusa Taniguchi, gave an oral presentation and a poster presentation in English at the 3rd OPU-TKU International Symposium.
We attended the 5th CSJ Chemistry festa in Tokyo.
It was the first experience for Miss Taniguchi (M1) and Mr Toda (B4) to present their reserch achievement at an academic meeting. Dr. Makiura gave a presentation as a final report of the JST-PRESTO reserach project.
Dr. Makiura gave an invited talk at the symposium session of ” New Aspects in Two-dimensional Materials -Focusing on Fusion with Coordination Chemistry- ” in The 65th Conference of Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry (Nara).