PCCP Prize winners selected for the 100th Chemical Society of Japan Annual meeting

To celebrate the Chemical Society of Japan’s annual meeting, for over ten years PCCP and the CSJ have partnered to select, commend and celebrate the outstanding achievements of young scientists in the community.

While sadly the 100th Annual meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan had to be cancelled due to COVID-19 developments, the PCCP Prize Certificates for Outstanding Achievement of Young Scientists in Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics were selected and awarded as follows.

Prizes were awarded to:

Shinjiro Takano, Assistant Professor, The University of Tokyo

“Hydride-doped Gold Superatoms: Syntheses, Structures, and Transformations”

Ichiro Tanabe, Assistant Professor, Osaka University

“Development of Electrochemical Attenuated Total Reflectance Far-ultraviolet (EC-ATR-FUV) Spectroscopy”

Kiyoshi Miyata, Assistant Professor, Kyushu University

“Direct Observation of Ultrafast Electron/Structural Dynamics of molecule-based semiconductors for optoelectronics”

Yuma Morimoto, Assistant Professor, Osaka University

“Small Molecular Activation by Late-transition-metal Complexes”


Congratulations to the winners.






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