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Kickoff Conference: JST-ERATO YAMAUCHI Materials Space-Tectonics Project

Date 17 Apr, 2021 - 17 Apr, 2021
(12 Apr, 2021 Update)

"Kickoff Conference: JST-ERATO YAMAUCHI Materials Space-Tectonics Project ~ Towards Game-Changing Science and Engineering for Future~" leaded by Yusuke Yamauchi (MANA Principal Investigator and Group Leader, Mesoscale Chemistry of Materials Group / Professor, The University of Queensland) will be held on Saturday, April 17, 2021.

If you wish to participate online, please send your information (name, position, affiliation, e-mail address) to the ERATO Office (erato-office@list.waseda.jp).

In this ERATO project, we will cover a wide range of different porous systems including carbons, sulfides, phosphides, metals, transition metal oxides, coordination compounds, etc. We will create novel inorganic nanoporous materials with exotic properties, which have not been investigated to date, and establish several key methodologies for their further integration with the aim of exploiting functions obtained based on the synergistic fusion of various supramolecular, electric, photonic, magnetic behaviors occurring in nanopores. Furthermore, we will efficiently combine ‘machine learning (MI)’ with our synthetic methods to accelerate the optimization of synthetic parameters for the design of target materials. Related Article(Oct 1, 2020)

Date and Time April 17, 2021
13:00 – 17:30 (Japan Standard Time) / 14:00 – 18:30 (Brisbane Time, Australia)
Place Research and Development Building (Building No.121), WasedaUniversity
1F, AIBN Building, UQ
Online Participation ZOOM, Registration required, Free
Language English
Conference Book Conference Book (Short ver.) *Require Password
Conference Book (Full ver.) *When you join the conference, you will get it.

Organized by the JST-ERATO Yamauchi Materials Space-Tectonics Project Co-Organized by Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Waseda University, and The University of Queensland (UQ)

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