SHIONOYA Mitsuhiko

SHIONOYA Mitsuhiko
Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of SCience, Department of Chemistry (UG), Department of Chemistry (GR), Graduate School of Science
TEL +81-3-5841-8061 | 28061(ext.)
Room 1402, Chemistry Main Bldg. 4F

Research Field

Bioinorganic Chemistry, Supramolecular Chemistry

Research Subject

Array, Space, and Motion Control with Programmable Self-Assembled Molecules, Discovery of New Structures and Functions

Current Research

What we are aiming now is to control metal complex array and motion and create new functional molecules using purposely-designed functional programmable molecules. In particular, we have been working on metal array control with artificial metallo-DNA and syntheses of metal-mediated motion devices that move like a ball-bearing. With a view to a wide range of fields such as bioinorganic chemistry, supramolecular chemistry and materials science, we have been searching for new principles of synthetic molecular architectures.


Multinuclear Metal Complex, Self-Assembly, Metal Array, Nanospace, Molecular Machinery, Artificial DNA, Dynamic Molecular Capsule, Molecular Ball-Bearing