Sept. 5 10:00AM Development of Organic Secondary Batteries with Large Energy Density and High Cycleability by Use of Solid and Quasi-Solid Electrolytes

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Title of Lecture: Development of Organic Secondary Batteries with Large Energy Density and High Cycleability by Use of Solid and Quasi-Solid Electrolytes

Speaker: Prof. Toyonari Sugimoto

Time: Thursday, September 5, 2013. 10:00AM

Place: No. 101 Lecture Hall, the Second Chmistry Building, LZU

Introduction to the speaker:

Toyonari Sugimoto studied chemistry from 1968 to 1973 at Kyoto University, and get the Ph.D. in 1973. He was a visiting researcher of JSPS and carried out the scientific research in Columbia University (USA) from 1973 to 1975. In 1975-1989 he worked as research associate in Kyoto University, and promoted to associate professor in 1989. He moved to Osaka Prefecture University as a full professor in the Institute for Advanced Science and Technology in 1996. From 2008, he became the Emeritus professor in Osaka Prefecture University. Prof. Sugimoto has been the visiting lecturer/professor in many institutions such as Kyoto University (1997-1998), Insititute of Molecular Science (1997-1999), Tohoku University (2002), Osaka City University (2007-2008), and Kobe University (2010-2013). Prof. Sugimoto mainly works on the organic conductors and molecular magnetism, and has synthesized a series of novel organic donors with bent pi-electron system. On the basis of these new donor molecules, he has discovered lots of organic magnetic conductors. Recently, Prof. Sugimoto engaged in the research of organic secondary batteries for the next generation of energy storage. He has authored and co-authored numerous original publications, review articles and book chapters in his fields. Academic activity1992-1994, Group leader on special project “Molecular Magnetism” of JSPS; 1997-2009, Director of electronics division by Kinki Chemical Society; 1997-1999, Head of program committee for 4th International Functional Dye Symposium; 1999-2000, Head of steering committee for ISCOM2001; 2001-2002, Member of executive committee of Japan Chemical Society; 2005-2006, Co-chairman of Fp7; 2008, Co-chairman of satellite congress of 21th International Crystal Union Congress; Until 2008, he is the Member of executive committee for No. 181 project (JSPS).

 

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