Nagoya University Graduate School of Science / Research Center for Materials Science
Nagoya University Graduate School of Science / Research Center for Materials Science, Laboratory of Advanced Materials

NU-PKU Workshop, "Solid-State Electrochemistry for Coordination Complexes"

We appreciate all of the participants for contributing to the success of NU-PKU Workshop in Nagoya. The conference ended fruitfully.
Thank you again, and see you in the near future!

Group Photo

Date : January 28 & 29, 2019

Venue : Lecture Hall, Noyori Materials Science Laboratory ,
Nagoya University, Japan



Jan. 28, Monday
9:00 Registration
9:30-16:50 Workshop
17:30-19:30 Banquet @ Hanano-ki, Nagoya University

Jan. 29, Tuesday
9:15-12:00 Workshop
12:00- Excursion
Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology (English, 簡体中分, Korean )  
16:30 Leave the museum to the hotel


Solid-state electrochemistry, which have innovated rechargeable batteries and dye-sensitized solar cells, is receiving a new spotlight, because it is also a powerful tool to control the redox state of molecular materials. While the oxidation states of molecules are manipulated by electrochemical methods, it is rational to expect significant change in their properties and functions. In this workshop, we intend to discuss various topics, such as (i) the various functions of redox-active molecular materials such as coordination complexes, metal-organic frameworks and coordination-organic frameworks, (ii) the strategies of tuning the oxidation states of these materials via reversible solid-state electrochemistry, (iii) the controllable properties and functions under solid-state electrochemistry, and (iv) the in-situ techniques to follow the electrochemical processes.

We are looking forward to a fruitful workshop in January.

Kunio AWAGA, Professor

Nagoya University, Japan