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About Nagai laboratory

We produce environmental friendly Photoenergy Conversion Materials.

Low density controlled shape materials are efficient target from high power laser to quantum beam. For high repetitive laser (10- 100kHz), mass productive synthesis, and target derivering system is also required.

Organic semiconductors gave full-spectrum visible light responsive photocatalyst to split water to H2 + O2. Volatile organic compounds are decomposed to CO2 with high quantum yield.

News

2018/03 " A Review of Low Density Porous Materials Used in Laser Plasma Experiments" was published in Physics of Plasmas, and selected as Scilights Article from American Institute of Physics.

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The authors of the review article.


2018/02 Lu Nan's the Masters thesis presentation was selected as Prof. Doi award from Department of Innovative and Engineering Materials.

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2017/11 Dr. David Haddock from the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL), Oxford, UK, visited the lab to exchange ideas.

School of Materials and Chemical Technology, Department of Chemical Science and Engineering

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  • 1.Our research group consists of 2 academic staffs and 4 graduate students. For application procedure, please go through the introduction of international courses and complete the application form.

  • 2.Our research group receives active graduate students via School of Materials and Chemical Technology, Department of Chemical Science and Engineering, and provides various educational program opportunities depending on their level.
    Weekly: Seminar, Group reading of scientific papers and text books.

  • 3. Our research field expands from material chemistry to photoenergy conversion materials from microwatt/cm3 to petawatt/cm3. By the integration of organic, inorganic and polymer chemistry, and nanoscience and technology, such photoenergy conversion materials will be constructed. Our research group owns the experimental equipments such as AFM, GC-MS, electrochemisty set up, various spectrum measurements, and laser systems with vacuum chamber.