Takahiro Sasamori

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Main Group Elements

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Biography

Dr. Takahiro Sasamori Graduate School of Natural Sciences, Nagoya City University Yamanohata 1, Mizuho-cho, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya, Aichi 467-8501, Japan DATE OF BIRTH: 6 March 1975 NATIONALITY: Japanese PLACE OF BIRTH: Tokyo/ Japan TELEPHONE: +81-52-872-5820 FAX: +81-52-872-5820 E-MAIL: [email protected] 2017-present Professor at Graduate School of Natural Sciences, NAGOYA CITY UNIVERSITY 2009-2017 Associate Professor at Institute for Chemical Research, KYOTO UNIVERSITY (Prof. Norihiro Tokitoh’s group) 2003-2009 Assistant Professor at Institute for Chemical Research, KYOTO UNIVERSITY (Prof. Norihiro Tokitoh’s group) 2002-2003 Postdoctoral Fellow at Institute for Chemical Research, KYOTO UNIVERSITY (Prof. Norihiro Tokitoh’s group) 1999-2002 PhD at the Graduate School of Science/ KYUSHU UNIVERSITY Thesis title: “Studies on the Synthesis of Low-coordinated Species of Heavier Group 15 Elements Utilizing Kinetic Stabilization and Their Properties” Supervisors: Prof. Mizue Fujio and Prof. Norihiro Tokitoh. 1997-1999 MSc at the Graduate School of Science/THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO Thesis title: “Synthesis of Low-coordinated Organoantimony and Organobismuth Compounds by Taking Advantage of Steric Protection and Their Properties” Supervisor: Prof. Takayuki Kawashima. 1996-1997 BSc at the Graduate School of Science/THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO Supervisor: Prof. Renji Okazaki. Current Research Interests: The synthesis and characterization of unprecedented π-electron systems, containing heavier main group elements from group 14 and 15, in order to elucidate underlying fundamental principles and develop material sciences applications. At present, three research projects are pursued: 1.) The synthesis of novel π-electron systems, containing heavier main group elements and unique structural features, e.g. functional groups, or highly strained bonds. 2.) The synthesis of novel d-π conjugated systems, containing double-bonds between heavier main group elements (π-electron units) and ferrocenyl or ruthenocenyl groups (d-electron units). 3.) The synthesis of highly reactive and low-coordinated heavier main group element species, e.g. silylenes, and their use as main group catalysts. Academic and scientific awards: 1) BCSJ Award (Best Article of the Month; The Chemical Society of Japan), Sep. 2002. 2) Inoue Research Award for Young Scientists (Inoue Foundation for Science), Feb. 2005. 3) BCSJ Award (Best Article of the Month; The Chemical Society of Japan), June 2005. 4) ICR Award for Young Scientists (ICR, Kyoto University), Dec. 2006. 5) Daiichi Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. Award in Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan (The Society of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan), Feb. 2007. 6) BCSJ Award (Best Article of the Month; The Chemical Society of Japan), Oct. 2007. 7) BCSJ Award (Best Article of the Month; The Chemical Society of Japan), July 2009. 8) Progress Award in Silicon Chemistry (The Society of Silicon Chemistry, Japan), Oct. 2010. 9) Chemical Society of Japan Award for Young Chemists (The Chemical Society of Japan), Mar. 2010. 10) BCSJ Award (Best Article of the Month; The Chemical Society of Japan), May 2010. 11) The Young Scientists' Prize (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan), Apr. 2011. 12) Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd. Award in Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan (The Society of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan), Feb. 2012. 13) BCSJ Award (Best Article of the Month; The Chemical Society of Japan), October 2013. 14) Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award (Alexander von Humboldt Foundation), 2014. 15) BCSJ Award (Best Article of the Month; The Chemical Society of Japan), Nov. 2016.
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