"Augmented stability of hydrogen clathrate hydrates by weakly polar molecules" is now published

Last update: January 22, 2010

Augmented stability of hydrogen clathrate hydrates by weakly polar moleculesT. Nakayama, K. Koga, and H. Tanaka, J. Chem. Phys., 131, 214506-1-10 (2009). [Detail]

Ishizaki earned an award

Last update: January 22, 2010

Mario Ishizaki -2nd MC student- won the best poster award in the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Molecular Simulation Society of Japan (MSSJ, in Nagoya). Congratulations! [Detail]

Hamada and Takaiwa on Their Thesis Defence

Last update: January 27, 2010

Hamada and Takaiwa were set off for their Ph.D thesis defense today (2009/2/19). In a 45 minutes battle ground, with other professors on the opposite line, Hamada was defending his dissertation: "Effects of the pore-size, dimensionality, and wall-particle interaction on confined fluid", followed by Takaiwa with his dissertation: "Structure and phase behavior of quasi-one dimensional water. " [Detail]

Phase diagram of water in carbon nanotubes is now published

Last update: March 4, 2010

Procedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Status of America (impact factor: 9.643) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 105, 39-43 (2008). Phase diagram of water in carbon nanotubes Daisuke Takaiwa, Itaru Hatano, Kenichiro Koga, and Hideki Tanaka Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Okayama University, Okayama 700-8530, Japan [Detail]

Takaiwa with poster award in hand

Last update: June 13, 2008

The very first year MSSJ starting to encourage the annual-meeting participant by giving poster award, Daisuke Takaiwa was among three of them who take away the token from Kanazawa where the meeting was held in November 2007. [Detail]

Assoc. Prof. Koga received Kao Award

Last update: June 13, 2007

Associate Professor Kenichiro Koga received the so-called Kenkyuushoureishou award from Kao Science and Technology Foundation. An open lecture with his theme: "Water structure and dynamic on interface", is scheduled to be held in 16th May, 2007. Kao Research Award is given to young researcher (age below 40th) who had innovative and pioneering contribution to science and technology field. The award has honored various creative researchers since 1998. During reviewers meeting held in January 200 ... [Detail]

Prof. Tanaka received CSJ award

Last update: June 13, 2004

Professor Hideki Tanaka received the prestigious CSJ Award from The Chemical Society of Japan, the largest chemistry -community in Japan. This year (2004), there are 11 researchers under various chemistry branches who received this award, and physical chemistry branch has Professor Tanaka on the hall of fame. The CSJ award is given annually to the researcher who has given remarkable contribution to chemistry field [Detail]

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