Yamamoto Laboratory has been started on November 2010.

On April 2018, Dr. Yamagishi joins our research group.

In this laboratory, we are developing electronically-active nanomaterials consisting of π-conjugated organic molecules and polymers, and also focusing on energy and environmental issues with a broad outlook.

Now, undergraduate and graduate students are wanted.

If you are willing to do new researches, please contact me without hesitation. Then let us discuss about your plans.  Let’s set sail for a blue ocean of research with us.

(e-mail: yamamoto_at_ims.tsukuba.ac.jp, TEL: +81-29–853–5030)

What we do in our laboratory

  1. 1.Self-assembly of polymers and their optical and electronic properties.

  2. 2.Self-assembly of functional oligopeptides.

  3. 3.Construction and evaluation of organic semiconducting devices.

  4. 4.Dispersion and functionalization of carbon nanotubes and graphene.

Recent results, see HERE.

Welcome to Yamamoto/Yamagishi Research Group

Selected Publications(Full List, Here

Nano Lett. 2018, ASAP. [Web]

“π-Electronic Cocrystal Microcavities with Selective Vibronic-Mode Light Amplification: Toward Förster Resonance Energy Transfer Lasing”

Chem. Commun. 2018, 54, 2534–2537. [Web]

“A fluorescent microporous crystalline dendrimer discriminates vapour molecules”

Adv. Opt. Mater. 2017, 5, 1700123. [Web]

“Low-Threshold Whispering Gallery Mode Lasing from Self-Assembled Microspheres of Single-Sort Conjugated Polymers” (Inside Cover)

Polym. J. 2016, 48, 1045–1050. [Web]

“Spherical resonators from π-conjugated polymers” (Focus Review)

ACS Nano 2016, 10, 7058–7063. [Web]

“Color-Tunable Resonant Photoluminescence and Cavity-Mediated Multistep Energy Transfer Cascade”

ACS Nano 2016, 10, 5543–5549. [Web]

“Conjugated Polymer Blend Microspheres for Efficient, Long-Range Light Energy Transfer”

Sci. Rep. 2016, 6, 19635/1-6. [Web]

“Optically induced mode splitting in self-assembled, high quality-factor conjugated polymer microcavities”

Sci. Rep. 2014, 4, 5902/1–5. [Web]

“Self-Assembled Conjugated Polymer Spheres as Fluorescent Microresonators”

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 870–876. [Web]

“Spherical Assemblies from π-Conjugated Alternating Copolymers: Toward Optoelectronic Colloidal Crystals”

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2012, 51, 8490–8494. [Web]

“Discotic Ionic Liquid Crystals of Triphenylene as Dispersants for Orienting Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes”

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, 134, 2524–2527. [Web]

“Segregated and Alternately Stacked Donor/Acceptor Nanodomains in Tubular Morphology Tailored with Zinc Porphyrin-C60 Amphiphilic Dyads:  Clear Geometrical Effects on Photoconduction”

Sci. Technol. Adv. Mater. 2012, 13, 033001/1–15 (Review). [Web]

“Programmed Self-Assembly of Large π-Conjugated Molecules into Electroactive One-Dimensional Nanostructures”

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2009, 106, 21051–21056. [Web]

“Ambipolar-Transporting Coaxial Nanotubes with a Tailored Molecular Graphene–Fullerene Heterojunction”

Science 2006, 314, 1761–1764. [Web]

“Photoconductive Coaxial Nanotubes of Molecularly Connected Electron Donor and Acceptor Layers”

TIA-Nano Greenhttp://tia-nano.jp/index.html

Spring trip to Oku-Tama (2017.4.29)


π-System Figuration Heidelberg Symposium(2017.11.13-14)

Congraturation on graduation!B4, Mr. Muto, Ms. Nakayama, Mr. Naito(2018.3.23)

Congraturation on graduation!M2, Mr. Takahashi, Ms. Nakajima, Mr. Saito(2018.3.23)

Welcome party for newcomers

and Ms. Pia (2018.4.6)

Laboratory Trip to Hitachi

Seaside Park(2018.4.28)

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