2018-2022 Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas, MEXT, Japan

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A01

High Densification Ability

Takahiro KONDO
University of Tsukuba
Surface Science, Two-dimensional materials
Development of high density hydrogen storage materials using hydrogen boride
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Soshi IIMURA
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Solid state chemistry
Exploration of fast hydride ion conductors by utilizing anharmonic vibrations
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Mitsuhiko MAESATO
Kyoto University
Solid State Physics
Development of hydrogen induced exotic superconductivity by ion irradiation
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Hiroki MIYAOKA
Hiroshima University
Material Science
Research on Functional Hydrogen in Ammine Complex
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A02

Interfacial Localizability

Masaaki KITANO
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Catalysis
Elucidation of the relationship between hydride ion conductivity and reaction mechanism in catalysis
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A03

Fast Migration Ability

Masashi NAKAMURA
Chiba University
Surface Electrochemistry
Activation of hydrogen evolution reaction promoted by fast proton transfer in electrical double layer
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Hidekazu TANAKA
Osaka University
Oxide Electronics, Nanoscale Functional Materials
Nanoscale Transition Metal Oxide Photonics devices
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Hiroyuki S. KATO
Osaka University
Surface Physical Chemistry
Investigation of proton transfer in self-assembled bilayer and the property control
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Teppei YAMADA
Kyushu University
Electrochemistry, Coordination Chemistry
Creation of a thermoelectric device with proton-coupled electron transfer reaction
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Masakazu MORIMOTO
Rikkyo University
Organic photochemistry
Development of advanced functional devices by strong coupling between hydrogen transfer and molecular photochemistry
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A04

High Activation Ability

Ken-ichi FUJITA
Kyoto University
Organometallic Chemistry
Studies on new methods for the activation of molecular hydrogen based on heterolysis by metal complexes and their application to the development of materials for hydrogen storage
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Hayato TSURUGI
Osaka University
Organometallic Chemistry, Coordination Chemistry,Catalysis
Development of Novel Metal Hydride Catalysts Composed of Transition Metal Hydrides and Perovskite Oxides
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Takayoshi ISHIMOTO
Yokohama City University
Computational Science
Hydrogen dynamics and catalytic activity near inhomogeneous surface in metal nanoparticles
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A05

Advanced Measurement and Simulation Techniques

Takashi NAKAMURA
Tohoku University
Solid state ionics
Visualization of electrochemically active region in proton-ceramic fuel cell cathodes and the application for high performance cathodes
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Kenji OHOYAMA
Ibaraki University
Neutron Science, Materials Science
Novel method for determination of hydrogen position in hydrogen storage materials: Development of powder neutron holography
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Yasuteru SHIGETA
University of Tsukuba
Computational Biophysics
Theoretical analysis on biohydrogenomics
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Masayuki OCHI
Osaka University
Computational Materials Science
First-principles study on the novel functionality of hydrogen in strongly correlated oxyhydrides
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Munehiro INUKAI
Tokushima University
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
High-resolution proton NMR for hydrogen functional materials under high temperature and pressure
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Masanori TACHIKAWA
Yokohama City University
Quantum Chemistry, Computational Chemistry
Development of multicomponent quantum chemistry methods for accurate prediction and elucidation of hydrogen-functional mechanism
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