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学术报告第164场 Professor Shigehiro Yamaguchi的学术报告
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报告题目:Main-Group p-Materials: Design and Application to Bioimaging

报告人:Professor Shigehiro Yamaguchi

Associate Editor of Organic Letters

Nagoya University Japan





Professor Yamaguchi is a full professor of Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules and Department of Chemistry, Nagoya University. His research mainly focuses on main group chemistry, organic synthesis, physical organic chemistry, materials chemistry.

Awards include: Chisso Award in Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan (1997), Young Scientist Award of the Silicon Chemical Society of Japan (1999), The Chemical Society of Japan Award for Distinguished Young Chemists (2002), Young Scientist Award from the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (2005), Tokyo Techno Forum 21 Gold Medal (2007)Nozoe Award for Young Scientist (2008), NISTEP Nice Step Researcher (2008), DIC Award from Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan (2009), JSPS Award (2013), Mukaiyama Award (2015), CSJ Award for Creative Research (2016), Nagase Foundation Award (2016), Merck-Karl Pfister Visiting Professor in Organic Chemistry, MIT (2017), Ichimura Academic Award (2018), Humboldt Research Award (2019), Russel Lecture, Queen’s University (2019).

He has published> 210 papers (> 12000 citations, H-index = 61) including PNAS, Nat. Commun. JACS (30), Angew (31) etc.


Incorporation of main group elements into p-conjugated skeletons is a powerful strategy to develop new optoelectronic organic materials with unusual properties. Representative design principles are to make use of an orbital interaction between a p-skeleton and a main-group element moiety. Conformational constraint often plays a crucial role to gain an optimal orbital interaction. In addition, this is also important to gain high chemical and/or photo-stability. Based on this strategy, we have so far synthesized various types of functional p-electron materials. In this lecture, we would like to report recent progress in the development of some new main-group element-containing p-electron materials. In particular, we have recently succeeded in the synthesis of a boron-stabilized triphenylmethyl radical, which shows ambipolar charge carrier transport properties. We have also developed new P=O-containing ladder-type dyes, which can show exceptionally high photostability, and thereby can be employed as promising molecules for super-resolution STED imaging.

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