Assistant Professor
酒巻 大輔
Daisuke Sakamaki
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Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Osaka Prefecture University
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Physical organic chemistry, Functional materials chemistry
Employment History
2013 JSPS Research Fellow (PD), Osaka University
2015 JSPS Research Fellow (PD), Kyoto University
2016 Program-Specific Assistant Professor, Kyoto University
2018 Assistant Professor, Osaka Prefecture University

2016 Inoue Research Award for Young Scientists
Research Summary
1) Design and synthesis of novel π-conjugated molecules exhibiting stable redox activity
2) Development of molecular materials based on stable radicals
Selected Publications
  1. Diversity of Dimerization Behaviors of N-Substituted Dicyanomethyl Radicals: Boundary between Dynamically Stabilized Radicals and a Stable Radical, K. Okino, S. Hira, Y. Inoue, D. Sakamaki, S. Seki, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 56, 16597–16601 (2017)
  2. N-Substituted Dicyanomethylphenyl Radicals: Dynamic Covalent Properties and Formation of Stimuli-Responsive Cyclophanes by Self-Assembly, T. Kobashi, D. Sakamaki, S. Seki, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 55, 8634–8638 (2016)
  3. A Double Hetero[4]helicene Composed of Two Phenothiazines: Synthesis, Structural Properties, and its Cationic States, D. Sakamaki, D. Kumano, E. Yashima, S. Seki, Chem. Commun., 51, 17237–17240 (2015)
  4. A Triphenylamine with Two Phenoxy Radicals Having Unusual Bonding Patterns and a Closed-Shell Electronic State, D. Sakamaki, S. Yano, T. Kobashi, S. Seki, T. Kurahashi, S. Matsubara, A. Ito, K. Tanaka, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 54, 8267–8270 (2015)
  5. A Facile and Versatile Approach to Double N-Heterohelicenes: Tandem Oxidative C-N Couplings of N-Heteroacenes via Cruciform Dimers, D. Sakamaki, D. Kumano, E. Yashima, S. Seki, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 54, 5404–5407 (2015)