In the fourth year, students belong to one of the following laboratories as they conduct their graduation research. If you wish to conduct more specialized research, you can go on to a graduate school after graduation. There are other laboratories in the graduate school. For more information about entrance examinations and other details, please see the website of the Master’s Program in Chemistry, Graduate School of University of Tsukuba.
Studies on interfaces and condensed phases by linear and nonlinear molecular spectroscopy; Synthesis of emissive compounds and kinetic analyses of formation and deactivation processes of the emissive state by TCSPC; Studies on photofunctions and photochemical properties of newly fabricated molecular assemblies and inorganic particles in mesoscopic scale.
Precise construction of functional molecules based on supramolecular chemistry, and exploration of their properties such as molecular recognition and selective reaction. Studies on supramolecular metal complexes utilizing organic ligands and metal ions.
Drug discovery for controlling sleep/wakefulness, Synthesis of bioactive molecules, Studies of chemoselective reaction useful for drug discovery