Materials Science toward novel electrochemical devices

Kobayashi Laboratory

On the basis of inorganic solid state chemistry and electrochemistry, our research group attempts to create novel ion conductive materials, and is aiming to develop next-generation electrochemical devices beyond Li-batteries and fuel cells.
Keywords:Inorganic Solid State Chemistry, Solid State Ionics, Ion Conductor, Li battery, Fuel Cell, Material Synthesis, Structural Analysis

RESEARCH

NEWS & TOPICS

2019.06.17
Prof. Kobayashi and Dr. Takeiri gave oral presentations at SSI-22 (PyeongChang, Korea).
2019.02.08
Our paper was accepted by Inorganic Chemistry.
2018.11.01
Dr. Takeiri became an Assistant Professor of our group. Ms. Lee Pui Kee (University of Malaya, Malaysia) joined our group as an exchange student.
2018.04.01
New members (Dr. Fumitaka Takeiri, Mr. Kei Okamoto, Mr. Asad Ali) attended to our group.
2016.03.18
Our paper was published from Science.
2016.03.14
Prof. Kobayashi gave a presentation as an invited speaker at The 2nd Workshop on the Structure Science and Novel Materials: Present Status & Perspective (Waseda Univ.).
2016.02.23
Prof. Kobayashi gave a presentation as an invited speaker at 10th JST/NEDO Joint Symposium (Tokyo).
2015.06.19
Prof. Kobayashi gave a presentation as an invited speaker at 20th International Conference on Solid State Ionics (Keystone, USA).
2015.04.01
Akihiro Watanabe joined our lab. as the special collaboration with research students.
2014.09.16
Prof. Kobayashi gave a presentation as an invited speaker at Solid State Protonic Conductor-17 (Seoul, Korea)
2014.02.25
Prof. Kobayashi gave a presentation as an invited speaker at Asian CORE Winter School on Frontier of Molecular, Photo-, and Material Sciences (Taipei, Taiwan)
2014.06.01
Akiko Kubota joined our group as the technical staff.
2014.04.01
Yumiko Imai joined our group as the technical staff.
2013.09.01
Our research group started.

CONTACT

Department of Materials Molecular Science,
Institute for Molecular Science
S303, 38 NIshigonaka, Myodaiji, Okazaki 444-8585, Japan
ACCESS
E-mail: gkobayashi@ims.ac.jp
TEL: +81-564-55-7440 (Office)
: +81-564-55-7244 (Lab.)
FAX: +81-564-55-7245