Welcome to Miyauchi & Yamaguchi Lab.
Introduction of our laboratory
Our society is supported by solar energy, and utilizes lots of
materials on the earth. Fossil fuels, now the main energy source of
human activity, are originated from the solar energy, and needless
to say, we should utilize eternal solar energy. Especially, because
the resource of Japan is quite limited, the utilization of the
renewable energy is an argent issue. In our lab., we make our great
effort to solve these problems in terms of the material science, by
designing the nano to micro structures and by creating new materials
and reaction mechanism. Also we educate a person who can be a global
leader in the field of environment and energy.
2022.04.14 Our antiviral material inactivates mutant variants of SARS-CoV-2.
2021.12.16 M2 student Kushida was granted an award at MRM2021.
2021.08.06 D1 student Cho was granted the Excellent Presentation award at MISW.
2021.06.01 Our research has been selected as a NEDO project (New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization).
2021.03.24 Dr. Yamaguchi was granted the 17th Honda-Fujishima Prize!
2021.01.19 Cho's figure of his review article has been selected as a front cover picture.
2020.12.25 M1 student Kushida was granted two awards.
2020.10.05 Our photocatalyst disinfects SARS-CoV-2.
2020.08.12 Our paper is selected as "Editor's Choice" in Chem. Lett.
2020.06.20 Outstanding Presentation of Bachelor's Thesis 2019
2020.03.17 Cho's paper has been accepted in Chemical Communications.
2020.03.13 Aufandra's paper has been published in Applied Catalysis B: Environmental.
2020.01.28 Shoji's paper has been published in Nature Catalysis.
2019.10.25 Kawamura's paper has been published in Nature Commun.
2019.05.23 Acceptance in JST Strategic International Collaborative Research Program
2019.03.23 On March 23, 2019, we held the graduates reunion.
2019.03.18 Koyasu's paper has been accepted in J. Appl. Phys.
2019.02.21 Shoji's paper has been accepted in Chemical Science. Congratulations!
2018.05.15 Yin's work was introduced at Inside Cover of Chem. Commun.