In the 10th IAESREC Science Cafe, we invite Dr. Reiko ODA from CNRS – Univ. of Bordeaux (France). She is a world-renowned scientist leading in the research field of chiral nanomaterials, but also the key person for Graduate School of Energy Science (GSES) in the acceleration of international research activities such as the PhD course Double Degree Program between GSES (Kyoto U) and U of Bordeaux, the “International Research Project between Kyoto-Kumamoto-Bordeaux (IRP-CNPA)”, and the “Strategic Partnership Program for the Enhancement of Research Capacity”. It will be a good opportunity to feel the research of her, who is one of the candidate host researcher for the future PhD students in the double degree program. Please freely come and join us!

In addition, she is also active in gender equality promotion. This time, we have a special round-table discussion time for female students and researchers after the lecture. Please feel free to join us.

[Speaker] Dr. Reiko ODA (Institute of Chemistry & Biology of Membrane & Nano-object (CBMN), CNRS – University of Bordeaux)

Title: “Multi-step chirality transfer from molecules to molecular assemblies, organic to inorganic materials, then to functional nanomaterials”


[Style]  Oral presentation style + round-table discussion

[Date & Time]  April 1st (Fri) 11:00-12:00

[Venue] Hybrid event

On site: IAESREC Seminar Room (Room 302), Faculties of Engineering Integrated Research Bldg., Yoshida Campus

Online: ZOOM (We will send the detail Zoom information in advance to applicants)

[Language] English or Japanese (No need to care about language! Feel free to join us!)

[Application form] Google form:


International Advanced Energy Science Research and Education Center


Kimi UEDA:

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