School of Science and Technology, Kwansei Gakuin University, The Shigeto Group

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Dr. Yasuda receives TOBIRA Award from Tokyo Biomarker Innovation Research Association. Congratulations!
Toda (M2) wins Best Poster Award for his presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Spectroscopical Society of Japan. Way to go!
Sasaki (M2) and Toda (M2) give poster presentations at the Annual Meeting of the Spectroscopical Society of Japan held in Waseda University.
Prof. Shigeto is invited to give a lecture at Raman Fest Japan 2017, a Raman user seminar organized by HORIBA.
Toda's paper on IR electroabsorption spectroscopy of nanoconfined water has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Physical Chemistry B! This work was done exclusively in the Shigeto lab at KGU.
7 undergrad students (Kowada, Shigeyoshi, Shirohata, Hiraoka, Fukumaru, Matsuda, and Yoshikawa) and 1 Master-course student (Yadav) join the Shigeto group.
Toda (M1) presents a poster at the 97th Chemical Society of Japan Annual Meeting held in Hiyoshi Campus, Keio University.
Japan-Taiwan Medical Spectroscopy International Symposium is held at Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center. Prof. Shigeto and Dr. Yasuda deliver invited talks. Sasaki (M1) and Toda (M1) presented posters.
Prof. Shigeto delivers an invited talk at the Joint Symposium of the Surface Science Society of Japan and the Vacuum Society of Japan, SSVS2016, held in Nagoya.
New webpage goes live!
Shogo Toda (M.Sc. 1st year) wins Best Poster Award at the 10th Annual Meeting of Japan Society for Molecular Science. Way to go!
Sasaki, Shimabata, and Toda give poster presentations at the 10th Annual Meeting of Japan Society for Molecular Science.
Sasaki, Shimabata, and Toda attend TISRS & TARS Summer Camp 2016 held in Taipei, Taiwan.
Brandon P. Kieft, a PhD student at Oregon State University, stays and carries out research in the Shigeto lab for two months as a Fellow of the JSPS Summer Program.
Dr. Mitsuru Yasuda joins the Shigeto group as a Program-Specific Assistant Professor.
Prof. Shigeto participates in ERATO Nomura Microbial Community Control Project as a Sub Group Leader of the Device Development & Imaging group.
The first students of the Shigeto group graduate. Congratulations!
The Shigeto group at KGU is inaugurated with three undergraduate students.
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