- Kentaro Tanaka
- Doctor of engineering
- Molecular Architecture Laboratory
- Key word
·Bio-inspired supramolecular chemistry: Synthesis and functionalization of artificial DNAs and metallo-peptides toward nano-materials and physiological control.
·Self-assembled molecular architecture involving organic, inorganic and biomolecular components.
·Interactive Control between nanoscale (molelcular) properties and meso- or macroscopic phenomena of materials.
- 1995 Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Irvine.
1995-1999 Research Associate, Institute for Molecular Science.
1999-2002 Research Associate, The University of Tokyo.
2002-2007 Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo.
2002-2006 Scientific Researcher, PRESTO, JST.
2007- Professor, Nagoya University.
- 1995 JSPS Research Fellowship for Young Scientists.
2002 The Chemical Society of Japan Division of Biofunctional Chemistry Lecture Award.
2002 JST, PRESTO Research Fellowship.
2003 Award for Young Scientist, Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry
2006 Young Scientist Award of Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology