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chemist , educator

Ken-ichi Shinohara, Japanese chemist, educator. Achievements include first obselvation of spectral fluctuation in single molecule of a rigid-rod conjugated polymer and direct measurement of the chiral quaternary structure in a conjugated polymer; research in synthesis of chiral conjugated polymer and single-molecule imaging of higher-order structure and motion in a synthetic polymer chain by a fast-scanning probe microscope.

Background

Shinohara, Ken-ichi was born on January 8, 1969 in Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan. Son of Syouji and Miyako (Matsunari) Shinohara.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Niigata University, Japan, 1997.

Career

Research associate Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, 1997—2002. Associate professor Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Nomi, Japan, since 2002. Researcher Niigata University, 1996—1997.

Achievements

  • Achievements include first obselvation of spectral fluctuation in single molecule of a rigid-rod conjugated polymer and direct measurement of the chiral quaternary structure in a conjugated polymer. Research in synthesis of chiral conjugated polymer and single-molecule imaging of higher-order structure and motion in a synthetic polymer chain by a fast-scanning probe microscope.

Membership

Member of Society Polymer Science, Japan.

Connections

Married Moeko Noguchi, November 23, 2005.

father:
Syouji Shinohara

mother:
Miyako (Matsunari) Shinohara

spouse:
Moeko Noguchi