Tanase & Nakajima Group/News



Now, TT is revising Tanase Research Group Web Site (very slow)!!  "Researcher's Profiles in NWU" is also revised. TT
Now Recruiting Our Group Member
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We have a space for some new group members and now we are recruiting graduate students (Ph.D, M.Sc, and B.Sc courses) and postdoctoral research associates.
The details are listed below in "To Students and Postdoctoral Fellow" and do not hesitate to ask me (Tanase) anything.
Classes informations available from http://www.chem.nara-wu.ac.jp/~tanase/ClassesInfo/


RECORDS

Ms. Miho Tanaka (M1) is awarded a prize of poster presentation from 4th Japan-Taiwan-Singapore-Hong Kong Quadrilateral Symposium on Coordination Chemistry
(10 - 12 December, 2017, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

  "A Fluxional Cu8H6 Cluster Supported by Bis(diphenylphosphino)methane and Its Facile Reaction with CO2”
Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture), 4th Japan-Taiwan-Singapore-Hong Kong Quadrilateral Symposium on Coordination Chemistry
December 10-13, 2017, Hong Kong, China. “Self-Alignment of Low-Valent Palladium Chains with meso/rac-tetraphosphine, Self-Chiral Recognition of Pd4 Units”
Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture),4th Japan-Canada Joint Symposium on Coordination Chemistry
November 26-30, 2017, Fukuoka-Miyazaki, Japan. “Self-Alignment of Low-Valent Palladium Chains with meso/rac-tetraphosphine, Self-Chiral Recognition of Pd4 Units”
Prof. Masaharu Nakamura(Kyoto Univ.)visits us and has a Special Lecture
Nov. 22, 2017 (16:30-18:00)  “Innovation of Organic Reactions by Utilization of Chemical Resources”
Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture),Special Seminar at Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto Univ.
Nov. 10, 2017,Uji, Japan. “Multinuclear Metal Centers Constrained by Linear Polyphosphines”
Associate Prof. Sung, Hui-Ling(National Taiwan Normal Univ.)visits us and has a Special Lecture
Oct. 20, 2017 (16:00-17:30)  “Metal Ions Dominated the Conformation of Flexible Organo-Phosphonate Ligands”
Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture),11th Japan-China Joint Symposium on Metal Cluster Compounds.
October 7-10, 2017, Nagoya, Japan. “Multinuclear Metal Centers Constrained by Linear Polyphosphines”
Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture),Special Seminar at Gifu Univ.
Sep. 26, 2017,Gifu, Japan. “Multinuclear Metal Centers Constrained by Linear Polyphosphines”
Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture), 50th Summer Seminar for Young Organometallic Chemists
Aug. 8, 2017,Sappoto, Japan. “Multinuclear Metal Centers Constrained by Linear Polyphosphines”
Associate Prof. Shigeyuki Masaoka(Insttitute for Molecular Science)visits us and has a Special Lecture
Jul. 5, 2017 (16:00-17:30)  “Oxgen Evolution Reaction catalyzed by Metal Complexes”
Takayuki Nakajima (Invited Lecture), International Symposium on Pure & Applied Chemistry 2017 (ISPAC2017)
Jun. 8-10, 2017, Vietnam, “Synthesis and Reactivity of Dinuclear Complexes Supported by Tetradentate Phosphine Ligands”
Our Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. paper by Dr. B. Kure is features as an Front Cover Picture
B. Kure, M. Sano, N. Watanabe, T. Nakajima, Y. Ura, T. Tanase, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2017,4094-4109.
“Synthesis and Reactivity of Thiolate-Bridged NiIIMI Heterodinuclear Complexes (M = Rh, Ir) with an S-Bidentate NiP2S2 Metalloligand”

Our Chem. Eur. J. paper by Kanako Nakamae and Miho Tanaka is features as an Inside Cover Picture
K. Nakamae, M. Tanaka, B. Kure, T. Nakajima, Y. Ura, T. Tanase, Chem. Eur. J. 2017, in press,
“A Fluxional Cu8H6 Cluster Supported by Bis(diphenylphosphino)methane and Its Facile Reaction with CO2”

Our Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. paper by Kana Yamamoto is features as an Front Cover Picture
T. Tanase, K. Yamamoto, R. Hatano, K. Nakamae, B. Kure, Y. Ura, T. Nakajima, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2017, 1422-1426,
“Linear Triplatinum Tetrahydride Complex Supported by Triphosphine Ligands, [Pt3(µ-H)2(H)2(µ-dpmp)2](BF4)2 {dpmp = bis(diphenylphosphinomethyl)phenylphosphine}2”

Our Chem. Eur. J. paper by Konomi Morita is features as an Back Cover Picture
T. Tanase, K. Morita, R. Otaki, K. Yamamoto, Y. Kaneko, K. Nakamae, B. Kure, Y. Ura, T. Nakajima, Chem. Eur. J. 2017, 23, 523-528.
“Chiral Self-Recognition between Stereogenic Tetrapalladium Units Affording Pd8 Chains Supported by Homochiral Tetraphosphines”

Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture), 3rd Japan-Taiwan-Singapore-Hong Kong Quadrilateral Symposium on Coordination Chemistry
Aug. 4-5, 2016, Taiwan, “Multinuclear Metal Centers Constrained by Linear Polyphosphines”
Prof. Yoshiaki Nishibayashi(Univ. of Tokyo)visits us and has a Special Lecture
Jun. 29, 2016 (16:00-17:30)  “Challenge to development of ammonia synthesis exceeding Haber-Bosch process”
Prof. Koji Tanaka(Kyoto Univ.)visits us and has a Special Lecture
Apr. 13, 2016 (16:00-17:30)  "Devlopment of Complex Catalysts for Sustainable Energy Society"
Dr. Kanako Nakamae joined us as Assistant Professor from Apr. 1st, 2016!!!
Prof. Kazuyuki Tatsumi (Nagoya University)visits us and has a Special Lecture
Jan 20, 2016, 16:30-18:00 “Chemistry of Cluster Active Sites of Metalloenzymes”
Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture), Pacifichem 2015
Dec. 16-20, 2015, Hawaii, USA “Self-alignment of Low-Valent Palladium Chains”
Prof. Masahito Kodera(Doshisha University)visits us and has a Special Lecture
Nov 11, 2015, 16:30-18:00 “Development of Dinuclear Iron Catalysts with High Oxidative Activity and High Selectivity”
Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture), 10th Chaina-Japan Joint Symposium on Metal Cluster Compounds
Oct. 23-26, 2015, Fuzhou, China “Low-Valent Extended Metal Atom Chains Supported by Polyphosphines”
Ms. Haruka Miyano (M1)
is awarded a prize of poster presentation from 65th Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry at Nara Women's University

Haruka Miyano, Kanako Nakamae, Bunsho Kure, Takayuki Nakajima, Tomoaki Tanase, "Synthesis and Properties of Linear Octanuclear Palladium Clusters
with Bisisocyanides and Isocyanides with Long Alkyl Chains" (1PA-54)

Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture), The 2nd Japan-Singapore-Taiwan Trilateral Symposium in Coordination Chemistry
Aug. 8, 2015, National University of Singapore, Singapore “Low-Valent Extended Metal Atom Chains Supported by Polyphosphines”
Prof. Trevor W. Hayton (UC Santa Barbara)visits us and has a Special Lecture

Mar 17, 2015, 16:00-17:30 “Synthesis and Characterization of Copper Hydride Nanoclusters”
Bunsho Kure (Invited Lecture), 51th Young Coordination Chemistry Symmposium in Kinki Area
Dec. 13, 2014, Osaka “Development of Novel Aqueous Hydrogenation Catalysts Inspired from Hydrogenases"
Our Chem. Asian J. paper by Kanako Nakamae and Dr. Takayuki Nakajima is features as an Back Cover Picture
K. Nakamae, B. Kure, T. Nakajima, U. Ura, T. Tanase, Chem. Asian J. 2014, 9, 3106-3110,
“Facile Insertion of Carbon Dioxide into Cu
2(m-H) Dinuclear Units Supported by Tetraphosphine Ligands”

Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture),
The 2nd Japan-UK Joint Symmposium on Coordination Chemistry
Sep. 16-18, 2014, Tokyo “Low-Valent Extended Metal Atom Chains Supported by Polyphosphines, A Possibility of Self-Alignment"

Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture), 41th International Conference on Coordination Chemistry
Jul. 21-25, 2014, Singapore “Low-Valent ExtendedMetal Atom Chains Supported by Polyphosphines"
Prof. Andreas A Danopoulos(Univesite de Strasbourg)visits us and has a Special Lecture
Jul. 4, 2014 (16:00-17:30) "N-Heterocyclic Carbene Ligands for 3d-Transition and Electropositive Metals"
Dr. Shin Takemoto (Osaka Prefecture University)visits us and has a Special Lecture
May 14, 2014, 16:00-17:30 “Synthesis and Reactivity of a Dinuclear Ruthenium Carbide Complex
Our Organometallics paper by Dr. Eri Goto and Dr. Takayuki Nakajima is features as an Back Cover Picture
E. Goto, R. A. Begum, C. Ueno, A. Hosokawa, C. Yamamoto, K. Nakamae, B. Kure, T. Nakajima, T. Kajiwara, T. Tanase, Organometallics 2014, 33, 1893-1904, “Electron-Deficient Pt2M2Pt2 Hexanuclear Metal Strings (M = Pt, Pd) Supported by Triphosphine Ligands”
Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture), International Symposium on Coordination Programming 2014
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an. 20-24, 2014, Tokyo, Japan “self-Alignment of Low-Valent Extended Metal Atom Chains" 2014.2.20 Tomoaki Tanase
【PRESS RELEASE】The joint research project with Prof. Tsuyoshi Kawai (NAIST, Japan) on ”Systematic Conversion of Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes into n-type Thermoelectric Materials by Molecular Dopants (SREP-13-03106B)”
by Y. Nonoguchi, K. Ohashi, R. Kanazawa, K. Ashiba, K. Hata, T. Nakagawa, C. Adachi, T. Tanase, and T. Kawai was published in an online journal of Nature Publishing Group “Scientific Reports” and press released on 26th Nov, 2013 at NAIST.
Ms. Kanako Nakamae (D2) is awarded a prize of poster presentation at International Symposium on Catalysis and Fine Chemicals 2013(Dec. 1-5, 2013, Beijing, China)
『Reduction of Carbon Dioxide with Copper Hydride Complexes Supported by Tetraphosphine Ligand』
Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture), International Symposium on Catalysis and Fine Chemicals 2013
Dec. 1-5, 2013, Beijing, China “Low-Valent Extended Metal Atom Chain” 2013.12.4 Tomoaki Tanase
Ms. Miyuki Sakamoto (M2) is awarded a prize of poster presentation at The 2nd Japan-France Coordination Chemistry Symposium
Nov. 24-28, 2013, Nara, Japan『Reversible Dioxygen Binding on Asymmetric Dinuclear Rhodium Centers Supported by a Tetraphosphine Ligand dpmppp』
Ms. Kanako Nakamae (D2) is awarded a prize of poster presentation at The 2nd Japan-France Coordination Chemistry Symposium
Nov. 24-28, 2013, Nara, Japan『Reduction of Carbon Dioxide with Copper Hydride Complexes Supported by Tetraphosphine dpmppm』
Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture), The 2nd Japan-France Coordination Chemistry Symposium
Nov. 24-28, 2013, Nara, Japan “Low-Valent Extended Metal Atom Chain” 2013.11.27 Tomoaki Tanase
Our Dalton paper by Satoko Hatada and Dr. Takayuki Nakajima is features as an Inside Cover Picture.
T. Tanase, S. Hatada, A. Mochizuki, K. Nakamae, B. Kure, and T. Nakajima, Dalton Trans. 2013, 42, 15941-15952, “Flexible, linear, tetranuclear palladium complexes supported by tetraphosphine ligands with electron-withdrawing groups”
Prof. Odile Eisenstein(Research Director CNRS, France)visits us and has a Special Lecture
July 12, 2013, 16:00-17:30 “Hydrogenation, Dehydrogenation, Hydrogen Transfer Reactions, Some Mechanistic Issues”
Tomoaki Tanase (Invited Lecture), The 1st Japan-Taiwan-Singapore Joint Symposium on Coordination Chemistry
June 29, 2013, Osaka, Japan “Low-Valent Extended Metal Atom Chain”
Prof. Zhaomin Hou(Research Director CNRS, France)visits us and has a Special Lecture
June 12, 2013, 16:00-17:30 “Synthesis and Novel Reactivity of Early Transition-Metal Hydride Clusters”.
Our ChemCommun paper by Miyuki Sakamoto and Dr. Takayuki Nakajima is features as an Outside Cover Picture.
T. Nakajima, M. Sakamoto, S. Kurai, B. Kure, and T. Tanase, Chem. Commun. 2013, 49, 5250-5252, “Reversible dioxygen binding on asymmetric dinuclear rhodium centres
Ms. Kanako Nakamae (D1) is awarded a prize of student oral  presentation from Chemical Society of Japan
 2013.4 .18 "Synthesis and Characterization of Linear Octapalladium Complexes with Anionic Terminal Ligands"
93th Spring Symposium of CSJ   (Kusatsu, Japan) 2013.3.22-25

Prof. Tamotsu Takahashi(Hokkaido University, Catalysis Research Center)visits us and has a Special Lecture

 Nov. 7th, 2012 16:00  『Challenge to Develop Carbon-Carbon Cleavage Reactions』
Tomoaki Tanase(Invited Lecture), Japanese-German Symposium on Coordination Programming  Program
 25-27, 10, 2012 (Munster University, Germany)『Low-Valent Extended Metal Atom Chains』2012.10.27 Tomoaki Tanase
Ms. Miyuki Sakamoto (M1)is awarded a prize of poster presentation from Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry 62nd at Toyama University
 「Dinuclear Rhodium Complexes with Tetraphosphine Ligands dpmppp and Their Reactions with Dioxygen」
Prof. Kuang-Lieh Lu(Academia Sinica, Taiwan)visits us and has a Special Lecture
 July 10, 2012, 16:00-17:30 『Self-assembly of Functional Materials
Chem. Eur. J. paper by Dr. Takemura and Tanase is featured as an Inside Cover Picture.
 Y. Takemura, T. Nishida, B. Kure, T. Nakajima, M. Iida, and T. Tanase, Chem. Eur. J. 2011, 17, 10528-10532, "Stepwise Construction of Au4Ag2Cu2 Coinage Rings Supported by Linear Tetraphosphine Ligands"
Prof. Satomi Niwayama (Texas Tech University) visits us and has a Special Lecture
 August 9, 2011, 15:00 『Interplay of Chemistry and Biology: (1) Development of a methodology for quantitative analysis of proteins/peptides, (2) Discovery of a new selective monohydrolysis reaction of symmetric diesters』
Prof. Fumiyuki Ozawa (Kyoto University) visits us and has a Special Lecture
  May. 11, 2011 16:00 "New Synthesis pf pi-Conjugated Polymers by C-H Bond Arylation"
Prof. Yasushi Tsuji (Kyoto University) visits us and has a Special Lecture
  Dec. 8, 2010 16:00 "Development of Catalytic Reactions Including Additions of Functional Groups" (photo)
Prof. Ken Sakai (Kyushu University) visits us and has a Special Lecture
  Nov. 10, 2010 16:00 "Photochemical Formation of Dihydrogen from Water Catalyzed by Platinum Complexes"
Ms. Kanako Nakamae (M1) received the Best Oral Presentation Award for Students at 60th Symposium of Coordination Chemistry, Osaka, September 27-30, 2010.
  Kanako Nakamae, Yukie Takemura, Bunsho Kure, Takayuki Nakajima, Tomoaki Tanase, "Mtal-metal Bonded, Linear Octanuclear Palladium Complexes Supported by Tetraphosphine Ligands" (1A-21)
Ms. Kanako Nakamae (M1) received the Best Poster Award at 24th International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry, Taipei, July 18-23, 2010.
  Kanako Nakamae, Yukie Takemura, Bunsho Kure, Takayuki Nakajima, Tomoaki Tanase, "Linear Octanuclear Palladium Complexes Supported by Tetraphosphine Ligands" (PS2-044)
Our Dalton paper by Dr. Yukie Takemura is selected as Hot Paper
  Y. Takemura, T. Nakajima, and T. Tanase, Dalton 2009, "Interconversion between ladder-type octanuclear and linear tetranuclear copper(I) complexes supported by tetraphosphine ligands"
Prof. Yasuhiro Oki (Nagoya University) visits us and has a Special Lecture
  Nov. 18, 2009 16:00 "Artificial Construction for Active Site of Nitrogenase"
Dr. Bunsho KURE joined us as Assistant Professor from Nov. 1st, 2009!!!
Ms. Yukie Takemura (Ph.D) is awarded a prize of student oral  presentation from Chemical Society of Japan
 2009.4 "Au(I)4Ag(I)2Cu(I)2 Octanuclear Cyclic Complexes Supported by Tetraphosphine Ligands" 89th Spring Symposium of CSJ (Chiba, Japan)
Prof. Yasushi Mizobe (The University of Tokyo) visits us and has a Special Lecture
  May 20, 2009 15:00 "Reactivity of Low-valent Mo Complexes Supported by Tetraphosphine Ligands"
Prof. Mark G. Humphrey  (The Australian National University) visits us and has a Special Lecture
   April 15, 2009 13:15 "Metal Alkynyl Complex-Based NLO Switches"
T. Tanase visits Taiwan March 15-22, 2009 with
Lectureship Programs supported Chemistry Research Promotion Center, National Science Council of Taiwan, China: 'Molecular Metallic Chains with Redox-active Linear Hexa-platinum Clusters' at Institute of Chemistry, Academia Sinica (Nankang) on March 16, 2009; at National Tsinghua University (Hsinchu) on March 18, 2009; at National Taiwan University (Taiwan) on March 20, 2009 (photo)
Prof. Kiyoshi Isobe (Kanazawa University) visits us and has a Special Lecture
  Dec. 10, 2008 15:30 "Crystal Phase Photochromic Reaction of Organorhodium Complexes and its Dynamics"
Prof. Sensuke Ogoshi (Osaka University) visits us and has a Special Lecture
  Nov. 26, 2008 13:30 "Versatile Intermediates of Catalytic Reactions: Generation and Reaction of Heteronickelacycles"
Prof. Ken Kamikawa (Osaka Prefecture University) visits us and has a Special Lecture
  Nov. 12, 2008 15:30 "New Approach for Stereocontrol of Axially Chiral Compounds"
Prof. Hiroyuki Kawaguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology) visits us and has a Special Lecture
  Oct. 29, 2008 15:30 "Synthesis of Electron Deficient Metal Complexes and Activation of Small Molecules"
Prof. Shie-Ming Peng (National Taiwan University) visits us and has a Special Lecture
  Oct. 15, 2008 15:00 "Molecular Metal Wires and Molecular Switches" (photo1, photo2)
Prof. Nicolai Lehnert (University of Michigan) visits us and has a Special Lecture
  June 25, 2008 14:30 "The Copper(I)-NO Intermediate of Copper Nitrite Reductase"
Prof. Jacques Bonvoisin (CEMES/CNRS, Nano Science Group, France) visits us and has a Special Lecture
  June 11, 2008 15:30 "On the Role of the Dicyanamidobenzene Bridging Ligand in a Dinuclear Ruthenium Complex"
Society of Catalytic Chemistry Japan, Regional Seminar in Nara
 June 6, 2008, 15:00, Nara city 'ASUNARA' hall
 T. Tanase "Development of Metal Molecular Wires with Lineary Assembled Transition Metal Clusters"
Prof. Kotaro Osakawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology) visits us and has a Special Lecture
  May 22, 2008 15:30 "Pd-Si Complexes with New Bondings and Structures"
Dr. Takayuki NAKAJIMA joined us as Associate Professor from April 1st, 2007.
Our Dalton Paper is festured on Cover Page (inside) of the Issue
August 21, 2006; A. K. Sah and T. Tanase, Dalton Transaction (Royal Society of Chemistry) 2006, No. 31, 3742-3751. "Amine Mediated Proton Transfer Reaction and C-Cl Bond Activation of Solvent Chloroform by Trinuclear Copper(II) Complex of a Glucopyranosylamine Derived Ligand"
Ms. Hiroe Takenaka (M.Sc) is awarded a prize of poster presentation from Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry
2004.9 "Synthesis of Multinuclear Transition Metal Complexes with Linear PNNP ligand" 54th Symposium of Coordination Chemistry (Kumamoto, Japan)
2nd Symposium of Reaction Control of Dynamic Complexes
June 25-26, 2004 Okayama University
"Dynamic Chemistry of Linearly Ordered Low-valent Platinum Clusters" Tomoaki Tanase
Professor Ken Karlin visits us and has a Special Lecture
April 3, 2004, 15:00 Nara Women's University
"Bioinorganic Copper-Dioxygen Chemistry: Copper-Dioxygen Complex Formation, Properties and Substrate Reactivity" Dr. Kenneth D. Karlin (Johns Hopkins University, USA)
International Symposium by Graduate School of Science, Hokkaido University
for Second Generation of Octahedral Metal Compounds: New Developments and Prospects
March 18-19, 2004 Hokkaido University
"Redox-Active Linear Hexaplatinum Clusters" Tomoaki Tanase
Ms. Eri Goto (Ph.D) is awarded a prize of student oral  presentation from Chemical Society of Japan
2004.4 "New Linear Hexaplatinum Cluster Containing Coordinatively Unsaturated Terminals" 84th Spring Symposium of CSJ (Kobe, Japan)
Ms. Eri Goto (Ph.D) is awarded a prize of poster presentation from Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry
2003.9 "Synthesis and Characterization of Pt3Au Tetranuclear Complexes Supported by Triphosphine Ligand" 53th Symposium of Coordination Chemistry (Yamagota, Japan)
Ms. Merii Kato (Ph.D) is awarded a prize of student oral  presentation from Chemical Society of Japan
2003.3 "Synthesis and Reactivity of Multinuclear Copper(II) Complexes with Glucose Phosphate Esters" 83rd Spring Symposium of CSJ (Tokyo, Japan)
Tanase Research Group Web Site is largely revised in January 2003
Our group web site http://www.chem.nara-wu.ac.jp/~tanase/TanaseGroup/
is largely revised and updated in January 2003.
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Resource Research Center, Seminar
December 13, 2002, 15:00, TIT (Nagatsuda Camp.)
"Approach to Nano Science Based on Transition Metal Clusters" Tomoaki Tanase
Chemical Society Japan, Kinki Regional Seminar  in Nara
November 15, 2002, 15:00, Nara Women' University (Kinen-kan)
"Approach to Nano Science Based on Transition Metal Clusters"
Tomoaki Tanase  http://www.chem.nara-wu.ac.jp/~tsukahara/CSJ/CSJNara.html
Kinki Regional Seminar of Electrochemical Analysis (using SCS)
November 9, 2002, 13:30, Nara Women's University
"Assembly and Functions of Linear Transition Metal Clusters" Eri Goto (Tanase Group D1)
Chianti Electrochemistry Meeting for Metal-containing Molecules
July 13-18, 2002, Sciena, Italy
"Redox-active Hexaplatinum Clusters" Eri Goto and Tomoaki Tanase
Organometallic Seminar XXVI,  Society of Catalytic Chemical Japan
June 7, 2002, 15:20, Nara Women' University (Kinen-kan)
"Assembly and Functions of Transition Metal Clusters" Tomoaki Tanase
Ms. Eri Goto (M.Sc) is awarded a prize of poster  presentation from Chemical Society of Japan
2001.3 "Linearly Ordered Tri- and hexanuclear Platinum Clusters with Triphosphine Ligands" 79th Spring Symposium of CSJ (Kobe, Japan)





M. Sc course in our group
 For those who want to join our group as M. Sc. course strudents (from October this year or April next year), please note that the 1st entrance examination will be probably held in July (for extrance on April next year) and September(for entrance on October this year). Call or e-mail to T. Tanase, or see http://koto.nara-wu.ac.jp/nyusi/nyusi2_b.html * The M. Sc. course in Nara Women's University is open to only women.
Ph. D course in our group
 For those who want to join our group as Ph.D. course strudents (from October this year or April next year), please note that the 1st entrance examination will be probably held in September(for entrance on October this year) and February in next year(for entrance on April next year), respectively. Call or e-mail to T. Tanase, or seehttp://koto.nara-wu.ac.jp/nyusi/nyusi2_b.html
  For those who want to join our group as foreign Ph. D. course student supported by the Scholarship from the Ministry of Education, Science, and Culture (Monbukagaku-sho) (start from October), e-mail to T. Tanase and send your CV and publication list to TT. The submission dead line of the scholarship application is anticipated at the end of March. * The Ph. D. course in Nara Women's University is open to only women.
Postdoctoral position in our group
* The postdoctoral positions in Nara Women's University are open to both men and women.
 For those who want to join our group as postdoctoral fellow supported by JSPS foundation (from Oct, 2nd selection), e-mail to T. Tanase and send your CV and publication list to TT. The submission dead line of the scholarship application is anticipated at the end of April. See: http://www.jsps.go.jp/english/e-fellow/fellow.html
For those who want to join our group as postdoctoral fellow supported by JSPS foundation (from April, 1st selection), e-mail to T. Tanase and send your CV and publication list to TT. The submission dead line of the scholarship application is anticipated at the end of August. See: http://www.jsps.go.jp/english/e-fellow/fellow.html
For those who want to join our group as postdoctoral fellow or Research student supported by your own foundation, e-mail to T. Tanase and send your CV, publication list, certificate of your Ph. D. degree, and two recommendation letters by your reference professors to TT at any time.
Visit our group
For those who want to visit our group and see Tomoaki Tanase, please do not hesitate to call TT at any time.

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