We’re delighted to welcome Professor Tetsuro Kusamoto from Institute for Molecular Science to our Journal of Supplies Chemistry C and Supplies Advances Advisory Board.
Professor Tetsuro Kusamoto, Institute for Molecular Science, Japan
Professor Tetsuro Kusamoto obtained his Ph.D. from the College of Tokyo in 2010. He began his tutorial profession as a postdoctoral researcher at RIKEN (2010-2012). After six years as a venture assistant professor and an Assistant Professor on the College of Tokyo, he started his impartial tutorial profession in 2019 as an Affiliate Professor at Institute for Molecular Science, Nationwide Institutes of Pure Sciences.
We took this chance to ask Professor Kusamoto just a few questions and discover out what he thinks:
- What does it imply to you to hitch the Advisory Board of Journal of Supplies Chemistry C and Supplies Advances?
It’s a incredible alternative to expertise cutting-edge materials science and contribute to its development.
- What’s the present largest problem you face in your area?
Understanding how the spin diploma of freedom primarily based on assembled spins impacts supplies’ digital excitation, excited state, and leisure dynamics.
- What advances in your area are you most enthusiastic about?
I’m enthusiastic about really two-dimensional ferromagnetism realized by the monolayer of chromium tri-iodide (CrI3) .
Try a few of Professor Kusamoto’s latest publications in Royal Society of Chemistry journals:
S. Kimura, S. Kimura, Okay. Kato, Y. Teki, H. Nishihara, T. Kusamoto “A Floor-State-Dominated Magnetic Discipline Impact on the Luminescence of Steady Natural Radicals” Chemical Science, 2021,12, 2025-2029.
S. Mattiello, F. Corsini, S. Mecca, M. Sassi, R. Ruffo, G. Mattioli, Y. Hattori, T. Kusamoto, G. Griffini, L. Beverina “First Demonstration of the Use of Open-Shell Derivatives as Natural Luminophores for Clear Luminescent Photo voltaic Concentrators” Supplies Advances, 2021,2, 7369-7378.
S. Kimura, S. Kimura, H. Nishihara, T. Kusamoto “Excimer Emission and Magnetoluminescence of Radical-Based mostly Zinc(II) Complexes Doped in Host Crystals” Chemical Communications, 2020,56, 11195-11198.
Be part of us in welcoming Professor Kusamoto to our Advisory Boards!