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We are creating functional materials that are synthesized via precise polymerization techniques

In our laboratory, Synthesis of various specially-structured polymers; molecular design of functional polymers such as stimuli-responsive polymers and conductive polymers; the study of micro-phase separation using block copolymers; creation and application of environmental zero-waste macromolecular materials with multi-functions.


The 73rd Annual Meeting of the Society of Polymer Science

From June 5th to 7th, We participated in the 73rd Annual Meeting of the Society of Polymer Science, Japan, held in Sendai City. Ten students gave oral presentations, and four students presented posters. Professor Isono delivered an oral presentation, and Professor Sato gave a lecture as a recipient of the Society of Polymer Science Award.
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Article published award

Ota(M2) and Suzuki(D3) have published an article to Macromolecules (IF=5.5).
This study demonstrated the effectiveness of organobases in catalyzing the ring-opening copolymerization (ROCOP) of oxetanes with cyclic anhydrides. Moreover, this polymerization process can be seamlessly integrated with other ROCOP processes.
"Organobase-Catalyzed Ring-Opening Copolymerization of Cyclic Anhydrides and Oxetanes: Establishment and Application in Block Copolymer Synthesis"

New members joined

4 bachelor students, 1 master student, and 1 Ph. D student joined to our laboratory!
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Article published award

A paper co-authored by Prof. Zhang of Harbin Engineering University was published in Journal of Power Sources (IF=9.2).
"Construction of Novel Coaxial Electrospun Polyetherimide@Polyaniline Core-shell Fibrous Membranes as Free-Standing Flexible Electrodes for Supercapacitors"

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