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The development of science and technology has been giving us a lot of benefits. Chemistry is a field which has greatly contributed to the development. The advanced technology has often reqired the basic research. Therefore, the Course of Applied Chemistry covers a variety of chemical fields, working on various materials including metal compounds, inorganic and organic compounds, polymers, proteins etc, doing basic researches and their applications.

This course is divided into three fields, i. e.
  • Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry
  • Physical and Inorganic Chemistry
  • Biotechnology and Chemical Engineering

Students are encouraged to master fundamental and advanced methodologies and be involved in the forefront studies in the above fields. The course yields researchers who engage in development of applied chemistry with the knowledge and technologies of chemistry.

Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry

Development of new method for polymer synthesis


Development of new synthetic methodologies using heteroatoms and transition metals


Development of organic molecular materialsutilizing redox systems


Total synthesis of physiologically interestingmolecules, invention of new synthetic methodologies, and clarification of their biological functions


Development of new organic conductors and multi-functional materials

Physical and Inorganic Chemistry

Design of functional polymers and its application to a chemical sensor


Functional analysis and structure of organic-inorganic hybrid layerd materials


Tailoryad spectroscopie analysis of noble nanomaterials


Syntheses and applications of meso- and microporous materials


Redox and fining of glass melts


Development of enviroument-friendly catalysts with transition metal complexes


Development of gas sensors and catalysts using metal oxides

Biotechnology and Chemical Engineering

Functional proteomics using wheat cell-free system


Reconstitution of protein synthesis


Structural and functional analysis of plasmodial proteins


Studies on superoxide-generating enzyme


Malaria vaccine development


Development of a cell-free protein engineering technology


Structure and function of nucleic acid related proteins


Wastewater treatment, excess sludge disposal and solid liquid separation


Functional analysis of membrane proteins


Structural life sciences study of nucleic acid related proteins

Development of new biotechnologies based on cell-free systems