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AOKI Ken'ichi  Associate Professor
Tokyo University of Science, Faculty of Science Division II, Department of Chemistry
Profile | Topics | Laboratories | Assigned Courses(18)
Refereed Papers(32) | Refereed Proceedings(1) | Other Papers(4) | Publications(11) | Presentations(177)
Address 1-3 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-8601, Japan
TEL : +81-3-3260-4271
E-mail Address
Homepage URL http://www.rs.tus.ac.jp/aokilab/
Under-Graduate School
  • 1997, Chiba University Faculty of Engineering 
Graduate School
  • 2002, Tokyo Institute of Technology Graduate School, Division of Integrated Science and Engineering Doctoral Degree
Postgraduate Qualification
  • Tokyo Institute of Technology Ph D. (Engineering)
Research History 1997-2002 Engaged in research on the self-organization of azopyridine carboxylic acids
2002-2004 Engaged in research on the novel photopolymerizable organogels
2004-2010 Engaged in research on the dendritic photopolymers
2011- Engaged in research on the large-scale dendrimer synthesis of multifunctional nanomaterials, Photopolymerizable organogels
Employment History 2002-2002 The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology , Researcher
2002-2004 New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, NEDO fellow
2004-2006 Faculty of Science, Toho University, Research Associate
2006-2011 Faculty of Science, Toho University, Lecturer
2011-2015 Faculty of Science, Tokyo University of Science, Lecturer
2016- Faculty of Science, Tokyo University of Science, Associate Professor
Sex Male
Date of Birth 1973.6
Research Keyword Multifunctional polymeric materials
Research Area
  • Polymer chemistry (Self-assembled and Multifunctional Polymer Materials)
Research Theme
  • (1) A large scale and convenient synthesis of a variety of dendrimers will be investigated based on novel dendrimer synthestic method of "alternate multi-addition (AMA)". The dendrimers obtained are utilized as spherical cores to establish multifunctinal polymers such as self-organization and/or photopolymer materials. (2) Novel diacetylene organogelators with simple chemical structures are synthesized to investigate gelation and/or photopolymerization mechanism. Precious control of the photopolymezized polymer structures will be discussed to create novel pi-conjugated systems.
Academic Awards Received
  • 2000.12

    Award for Encouragement of Research in Materials Science: The 12th Symposium of The Materials Research Society of Japan

Academic Society Affiliations
  • 2016.4.1 - 2019.3.31

    The technical Association of Photopolymers Japan Steering Committee

  • 2015.4.1 - 2019.3.31

    The Japanese Research Association for Organic Electronics Materials Director

  • 2008.4 - 2019.10.31

    The technical Association of Photopolymers Japan

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