[Nahoko Kuroki] An interdisciplinary study of physical chemistry and information science for realizing CO2 free society

Researcher

Nahoko Kuroki

Nahoko Kuroki

Ochanomizu University
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences
Ph.D. Course Student

Outline

Efficient CO2 capture is indispensable for solving the global warming problem while keeping/improving our living quality. After selective CO2 absorption ability was found in some ionic liquids, chemists have tried to optimize the ability by changing the combination of ions that govern the physicochemical nature of ionic liquids. In this study, using an interdisciplinary approach of physical chemistry and information science, I will develop an efficient prediction system that can design ionic liquids with higher CO2 absorption ability. With a perspective in the field of information science, I would like to realize CO2 free society.

Program

  • CREST
  • PRESTO
  • ACT-I
  • ERATO
  • ACT-C
  • ACCEL
  • ALCA
  • RISTEX
Finish programs
  • Pamphlet
  • ProjectDB
  • GlobalActivity
  • Diversity-EN
  • OS_Policy-EN
  • Question-E