Research and Education
We are working on physical chemistry and materials chemistry with emphases on photonics and thermoelectrics.
Talented and motivated undergraduates, and PhD candidates are welcomed. A few pos-doc/technical staff positions (2022-) are available. If you are interested in exploring the science of carbon nanotubes concerning energy harvesting and functional materials design, please contact Prof. Nonoguchi. About KIT, see the flyer and the guide.
A new JST SU-CREST project on energy harvesting has started.
Tomoko Yagi wins the Young Scientist Poster Award at the 60th FNTG conference (March 1-3, 2021)
Prof. Nonoguchi starts his independent career via the MEXT Leading Initiative for Excellent Young Researchers (LEADER) program.
We work on nanocarbon alchemy for emergent electronic materials and devices development, with a particular emphasis on thermoelectrics. The corresponding applications include energy harvesting for upcoming IoT society and broadband photonic detection for future 5G to 7G telecommunication.
Nonoguchi group consists of a professor, two technical staffs, and three undergraduates. Additioanlly three graduate students from NAIST join the project supervised by Prof. Nonoguchi．
Yoshiyuki NonoguchiJunior Associate Professor / MEXT-JSPS LEADER
Masashi IriguchiM2 / NAIST
Ayaka DemiseM2 / NAIST
Ryoto Yuraundergraduate / 2021 Blue Blaze (lacrosse) captain
Mao HamasakiTechnical Staff(2021.5~) note: imaginary photo above
Maki YamadaTechnical Staff(2021.4~) note: imaginary photo above
Technical consultation and laboratory visit are welcomed. Contact Prof. Nonoguchi (firstname.lastname@example.org).