ITO Masato(Professor)


Specialized field Science education
Organic chemistry
Functional material chemistry
Classes Exercise on Environmental Engineering for Symbiosis
Laboratory in Thesis Study 1
Advanced Research 1
Thesis Study 1
Laboratory in Thesis Study 2
Advanced Research 2
Thesis Study 2
General Topics in Science and Engineering
Case Study 1
Case Study 2
Organic Chemistry 1
Organic Chemistry 2
Materials Science Laboratory
Molecular Design
Chemical Engineering Laboratory
Physiologically Active Substances
Green and sustainable chemistry
Society and environmental technology
Research theme Molecular design, synthesis and characterization of functonal organic compounds

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Environmental Engineering for Symbiosis of Graduate school of engineering

  • Disciplinary 1983 Aoyama Gakuin University, College of Science and Engineering, Research Associate
    1986 The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Engineering, Research Associate
    1989 The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Engineering, Lecturer
    1990 Soka University, Institute of Life Science, Associate Professor
    1991 Soka University, Faculty of Engineering, Associate Professor
    2003 Soka University, Faculty of Engineering, Professor
    2015 Soka University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Professor
    Major Fields Organic Reaction Chemistry, Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Physical Organic Chemistry, Computational Chemistry, Chemical Education
    Research Theme (1) Synthesis and Characterization of novel Organic Compounds with Intriguing Properties.
    Liquid Crystals, Photo Isomerization, Weak Intermolecular Interactions etc.
    (2) Information and Communication Technologies for Chemistry and Chemical Education.
    Publications -"Effects of Thiazolium Anion and Reaction Media on the Activity of Immobilized Thiazolium Catalyst", H. Tajima, T. Niitsu, H. Inoue, and M. M. Ito, J. Chem. Engng. Japan, 34, 553-557 (2000).
    -"International Chemistry Olympiad: Survey on the Circumstances of its Participant Countries", M. M. Ito, T. Tatsumi, H. Hosoya, K. Kamogawa, A. Mori, H. Noda, H. Sugimura, Y. Takeuchi, K. Tatsuta, Y. Ueno, and T. Yamanouchi, Chemical Education Journal (CEJ), 5, No. 5-16 (2001).
    -"Strategy for Globalization of Chemical Education Based on the Internet", Y. Takeuchi, H. Yoshida, and M. M. Ito, Pure and Applied Chemistry, 73, 1125-1135 (2001).
    Memberships and Activities Chemical Society of Japan
    Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan (SCCJ)
    Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan
    Society of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan
    American Chemical Society
    International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC)
    Federation of Asian Chemical Societies (FACS), Coordinator of Projects.
    Chemical Education International (CEI),IUPAC-CCE, Chief Editor.
    Teaching Subjects Organic Chemistry (I, II)
    Molecular Design
    Practical Materials Science (Labo Course)
    Green & Sustainable Chemistry