Makoto Fujita

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Makoto Fujita

University of Tokyo

Makoto Fujita is a University Distinguished Professor at The University of Tokyo in Japan. He received his Ph.D. degree from the Tokyo Institute of Technology in 1987. After working at Chiba University and the Institute for Molecular Science (IMS) in Okazaki, he was appointed as a full professor at Nagoya University in 1999. In 2002, he joined the University of Tokyo as a full professor, and he was honored with his current title and position in 2019. His main research interests have focused on coordination self-assembly, where nano-scale discrete frameworks are spontaneously formed through the action of weak interactions with transition-metal ions. He was awarded the 2018 Wolf Prize in Chemistry.
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Wednesday, July 10 | 
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Molecular confinement effects in self-assembled cages
Wednesday, July 10 | 
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Workshop: Coordination self-assembly: Hot topics from Fujita Lab
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