We are constantly looking for enthusiastic and bright researchers (as a PhD student or as a postdoctoral reseacher) to join our group.
Please do not hesitate to contact Prof. Saito to discuss your future research plans as well as your funds.
The paper on the Hydrogenase-mimicking FeS complex generating dihyrogen by irradition with visible light is published in Angew. Chem., Int. Ed., and is selected as a very important paper. This work is collaboration research with Professor Weigand in the Jena University (Germany).
Professor Saito gave an invited talk at the symposium entitled "New Horizon of Main Group and Transition-metal Aromatics" in the Pacifichem 2021.
The paper on the ferroelectricity induced by a bowl-to-bowl inversion of a small bowl-shaped molecule is published in Nature Commun.. This work is highlighted in C&EN.
The paper on the suppression of back-donation by the coordination of a transition-metal capping is published in Organometallics, and is selectd as a supplementary cover picture. This work is supported by Professor Hada in the Tokyo Metropolitan University (Japan) and Professor Ruzicka in the University of Pardubice (Czech Republic).
Thanks to your kind participation, the GTL16 is successfully over. See you in NZ in 2022.
The paper on the synthesis and catalytic activity of plumbole-Rh complexes is published in Organometallics.
The paper on the synthesis of a sigma+pi double aromatic compound is highlighted in ChemistryViews.
The paper on the synthesis of a sigma+pi double aromatic compound is highlighted in C&EN and Chemistry World.
Prof. Saito gave an invited talk at the 9th European Silicon Days. Before and after the conference, Prof. Saito gave talks at the Technical University of Munich (Germany) and University of Strasbourg (France), respectively.