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About Applied Chemistry

There are needs for applied chemistry in a number of different industry sectors, including materials for electronic devices, medicines, food products, agriculture, environmental sanitation, and effective uses of resources. Students learn through repeated lectures and experiments in a wide range of fields, including inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry, chemical engineering, analytical chemistry, and biochemistry.

Research Domain

Genetics, gene therapies, applied engineering, liquid crystals, chemistry, green chemistry, polymers, biometric data, ceramics, conductive polymers, nanotechnology, biosensors, photocatalysts, organic chemistry, environmental analysis, probiotics, bioremediation, chiral technologies

Lab. Detail Head of Lab. Keyword
Applied Electrochemistry Lab. Detail Shin-ichiro Imabayashi Electrochemistry, Interfacial phenomena
Inorganic Materials Chemistry Lab. Detail Tomoji Ohishi Sol-Gel, Organic-inorganic Materials, Electronics Device
Synthetic Organic Chemistry Lab. Detail Osamu Kitagawa enantiomers, axial chirality, asymmetric synthesis, catalyst, amides, rotamers, heterocycles, disproportionation, optical purification
Functional Organic Chemistry Lab. Detail Masatoshi Kidowaki organic materials, supramolecule, polymer, gel, liquid crystal, luminescent dye, photochromic dye, rotaxane
Inorganic Chemistry of Materials Lab. Detail Hajime Kiyono Materials, Ceramics, Nitrides,
Organic Electron Transfer Chemistry Lab. Detail Toshiki Tajima electrosynthesis, organic electrochemistry
Laboratory of Polymer Materials Chemistry Detail Naofumi Naga gel, network polymer, crystalline polmer
Separation Systems Engineering Lab. Detail Mikihiro Nomura Membrane Separation
Laboratory of Chemical Biology Detail Keita Hamasaki DNA, RNA, Protein, Peptide
Environmental Analytical Chemistry Lab. Detail Takashi Masadome Analytical Chemistry, Flow Injection Analysis, Chemical Sensor
Life Science Lab. Detail Mitsuo Yamashita rare-metals, microorganisms, recovery, recycling, lactic acid bacteria, allergies,
Chemical Engineering Lab Detail Yasuo Yoshimi biosensors, molecular imprinting, therapeutic drug monitoring, artificial organs, medical-chemical engineering, electrochemistry, artificial neurons, Aplysia, voltage imaging, learning and memory

The vision of the Department of Applied Chemistry is to develop individuals with the following skills:

  1. A fundamental knowledge and technological appreciation of chemistry-focused natural sciences and general engineering.
  2. The knowledge and technological skills necessary for the development of chemistry-focused manufacturing technology, production management, and environmental conservation.
  3. Individuals with a strong sense of social and ethical responsibility, who are dedicated to chemistry-focused assignments working in cooperation with others.
  1. Those with the basic academic abilities required for studying applied chemistry.
  2. Those with an interest in applied chemistry and the desire to learn through experiments and lectures.
  3. Those who aim to contribute to society through applied chemistry.

Applied chemistry covers a wide-ranging array of expertise from atom to cells. The graduates are employed in not only pure chemistry-based industries, but also diverse sectors that include foods, pharmaceuticals, electric, automobiles, environment, energy, ICT, and finance. This is a reflection of our current society where it is hard to imagine any industry without a link to chemistry.

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