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OISHI Yoshiyuki

Professor

Affiliation

Chemistry
[Master's Program] Chemistry
[Doctoral Program] Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Degrees Obtained

Doctor of Engineering Field of degree: Organic Material Engineering

Specialties

Polymer Chemistry
Polymer Material Chemistry
Functional Polymer Chemistry

Profile

March 1987: Completed Doctoral Program, Tokyo Institute of Technology Graduate School
August 1987: Assistant, Faculty of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
October 1988 - September 1989: Postdoctoral Fellow, Case Western Reserve University, USA
April 1990: Assistant, Faculty of Engineering, Iwate University
April 1992: Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Iwate University
March 1996 - August 1996: Education Ministry Overseas Researcher, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
April 2006 - Present: Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Iwate University

My Areas of Research

The preparation of functional polymers to support the development of high-technology industry

New polymeric materials with a variety of functions are expected to become high performance and functional materials that support high-tech industries such as aerospace and information communication. To meet these needs, we synthesize functional monomers (the raw materials of polymers) with a variety of functional groups, and develop highly selective, highly efficient and confidential polymerization methods. Recently, we have been fabricating functional polymeric materials such as highly thermostable polymers, highly transparent polymers, high refractive index polymers, organic/inorganic composites, and gas separation membranes.

My Teaching Philosophy

I will educate specialized researchers who tackle academic and industrial issues in the field of polymer chemistry and logically establish methods to resolve these issues based on an understanding of the fundamental principles of polymer chemistry.

Laboratory URL
http://web.cc.iwate-u.ac.jp/~yshibasa/index.html

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