Our aim is to develop novel dynamic functional metal complexes and responsive supramolecules by taking advantage of dynamic feature of metal ions and finely designed organic frameworks. For details, please visit the RESEARCH pages with animations representing the research concepts and findings. Research activities in our group are supported by the following funds.
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology Grant-in-Aid
Kanazawa University CHOZEN project
"Center of Excellence for Innovative Material Sciences Based on Supramolecules"
|Kanazawa University Nano Life Science Institute (WPI-NonoLSI)|
Our group welcomes graduate students from all over the world who are interested in researches on supramolecular and coordination chemistry. If you wish to join our group, please contact Prof. Akine.
NEWS / EVENTS
- Website of the 17th Symposium on Host-Guest and Supramolecular Chemistry (domestic) has now been OPEN (in Japanese).
16th Symposium on Host-guest and Supramolecular Chemistry, Noda.
Our group presented 4 papers. Mr. Shunsuke Chiba (M2) won the Poster Award.
Prof. Akine gave an invited talk in the 101st Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition (Edmonton, Canada).
Prof. Akine visited Prof. Kimoon Kim (POSTECH, Pohang, Korea) and gave a lecture.
Prof. Akine visited Prof. Jung Jong Hua (Gyeongsang National University, Jinju, Korea) and gave a lecture.
Dr. SK Asif Ikbal joind our group as an Assistant Professor.
Mr. Kanamori was awarded by the President Yamazaki for his grades.
The 98th CSJ Anual Meeting, Funabashi. Our group presented 8 papers.
An article regarding NanoLSI project was published in The Science News.
Farewell party in Akine group.
Presentation of graduation studies by Bahelor course students.
Farewell party of the Chemistry Course.
Prof. Akine gave an invited talk in a seminar on stimuli-responsive metal complexes in Institute of Molecular Science, Okazaki.
We invited Prof. M. J. MacLachlan (the Univerity of British Columbia, Canada) as a Research Professor.
The 1st NanoLSI International Symposium, tokyo. Our group presented two papers.
Thesis defence (Master program)
Prof. Akine visited University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France, and gave an invited talk in Strasbourg-Kanazawa Universities Joint Symposium on Organic Synthesis.
Seven undergraduate students joined our group.
Prof. Akine visited the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, and gave an invited talk in Japan-Canada Mini-Symposium on Supramolecular Chemistry.
- Please visit NEWS pages for news/events before 2017.