[Miho Hatanaka] Computational molecular design of the lanthanide luminescence materials from the database of emission and quenching pathways

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Miho Hatanaka

Miho Hatanaka

Institute for Research Initiatives / Graduate School of Materials Science,
Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Associate Professor

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Lanthanide luminescence has been widely used for optical sensors such as thermometers and in vivo sensors. In this project, the emission and quenching pathways of various lanthanide compounds are investigated by using the energy shift approximation and the Global Reaction Route Mapping strategy. To establish the molecular design strategy for lanthanide luminescence materials, I extract the key to determine the quantum yield or sensitivity of the emission intensity by applying the data science techniques.

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