A KUT international student received student presentation award and Lecturer Otani won the best presentation award at the spring symposium of the Chemical Society of Japan

2016/05/26
From March 24th to 27th, the 96th spring symposium of the Chemical Society of Japan was held at Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan. Ms. Farkfun Duriyasart, a doctoral student of Graduate School of Engineering earned student presentation award and Lecturer Masataka Otani won the best presentation award.

The Chemical Society of Japan founded in 1878 is the biggest chemical society with about 30,000 members in Japan. These awards were given to the participants whose further research activities are expected and showed the best performance of presentation including question-and-answer session.

■Title: One-pot synthesis of nanofiber-bundles of TiO2 with cheek brush-like morphology
Ms. Farkfun DURIYASART, doctoral student of Graduate School of Engineering
(Advisor: Prof. Kazuya KOBIRO, Organic-inorganic Hybrid Material Chemistry Laboratory, School of Environmental Science and Engineering)

■Title: Development of rapid one-pot synthetic method for porous nanomaterials having ultrafine concave-convex surface
Lecturer Masataka Otani, Laboratory for Functional Nanomaterials, School of Environmental Science and Engineering