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35Course of ChemistryChemistry continues to be a fundamental eld of science, which is indispensable to create materials with new functions or better performance, and is getting more and more important with the advances in all elds of science and technology. Moreover, its role in the 21st century will be tremendous as a key technology to solve such important problems as those concerning environment, resources, and energy. The research in the Course of Chemistry includes important topics of fundamental and applied chemistry, such as the development of environmen-tally benign chemical reactions, the creation and development of functions of intelligent materials based on organic molecules, polymers, organometallic compounds and nano-particles that sustain the bottom-up approach of nanotechnology, and the eluci-dation and application of the biological functions of key molecules involved in heredity and photosynthe-sis. Moreover, in close collaboration with the Research Center for Solar Energy Chemistry, investi-gations on chemical utilization of solar energy are keenly conducted. Accordingly, the education in this course is mainly focused on the basics of chemical bonding and chemical reactions, but also on the related area in physics and biology, to promote self-established graduates who are capable of developing new elds of chemistry and its interdisciplinary area.■Prof.:Takeshi NAOTA, Tatsuki KITAYAMA, Kazushi MASHIMA, Ken-ichi FUKUI,Shigenori IWAI, Yoshito TOBE, Hiroshi MIYASAKA, Michio MATSUMURA ■Assoc.Prof.:Akihito IMANISHI, Isao KURAOKA, Keiji HIROSE,Yutaka NAGASAWA, Shigeru IKEDA, Hayato TSURUGI■Assoc.Prof.:Naruyoshi KOMIYA■Assis.Prof.:Takafumi NISHIURA, Takehiro KITAURA, Yasuhiro KOHSAKA, Yusuke KITA, Yasuyuki YOKOTA, Junpei YAMAMOTO, Kazukuni TAHARA, Syoji ITO, Soichiro KAWAMORITA■Assis.:Noriko WADACourse of Chemical EngineeringResearch and education on fundamental engineering sciences and advanced technologies for material and energy conversion systems are indispensable for devel-oping an environmentally friendly and sustainable soci-ety with recycling systems on Earth. The research sec-tion of the Course of Chemical Engineering covers not only fundamental studies on elucidation of the phenom-ena in chemical conversion processes, which deal with material synthesis and separation, energy conversion and storage, and design and development of functional materials with high conversion eciencies, but also application studies on development of novel industrial processes including studies on solving energy and global environmental problems. The research projects are being conducted based on the latest information in chemistry, biochemistry, physics, mathematics, nanotech-nology, biotechnology, computational science and quan-tum science, and the nal results obtained are inte-grated as new knowledge and methodologies into chemi-cal engineering education. In modern technological soci-ety, chemical engineers play an essential role in the analysis, design, and development of material and energy conversion systems in various industrial and environmental processes. A high-level education is being conducted in our undergraduate course so that each student grows to be a self-established researcher and/or engineer in the eld of chemical engineering. Our activity closely collaborates with the Research Center for Solar Energy Chemistry.http://www.cheng.es.osaka-u.ac.jp■Prof.:Norikazu NISHIYAMA, Masayoshi NAKANO, Koichiro JITSUKAWA, Yasunori OKANO, Hiroshi UMAKOSHI, Masahito TAYA, Takayuki HIRAI■Assoc.Prof.:Yasuyuki EGASHIRA, Yasuteru SHIGETA, Tomoo MIZUGAKI, Hiroshi SATO, Shinji SAKAI, Yasuhiro SHIRAISHI■Assoc.Prof.:Takahiko BAN, Yukihiro OKAMOTO ■Assis.Prof.:Haruo YAMASHITA, Yoshiaki UCHIDA, Ryohei KISHI, Takato MITSUDOME, Zen MAENO, Youhei TAKAGI, Takeshi SUGAHARA, Keishi SUGA, Yoshihiro OJIMA, Kazunori SHIMIZUChemistry has been playing a key role in all elds of science and technology to create materials with new functions or enhanced performance and to solve such important problems as those concerning environment, resources, and energy. The Department of Chemical Science and Engineering is organized to cover the most important and rapidly growing elds in science and technology related to chemistry and chemical engineering, such as design and synthesis of new materials and construction and assessment of the systems for chemical conversion of materials and energy, in a variety of areas ranging from the molecular level to the living and global systems. In the rst year, all students who take subjects for general education extend their knowledge of natural science and social science including foreign languages. After successfully completing the rst year, students choose to proceed to the Course of Chemistry or the Course of Chemical Engineering. The second and third years provide essential grounding in chemical principles and chemical engineering principles. Formal lecture courses are supported by tutorial (exercise) work and laboratory work which are carried out in small groups. In the nal year, all students must complete a thesis (research project), which is carried out under direct contact with academic and research sta.School of Engineering ScienceDepartment of Chemical Science and Engineering

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