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Osamu Terasaki    Professor
Institute School of Physical Science and Technology
Research Area Electron microscopy, Diffraction, Scattering & Imaging
Contact Info. oterasaki@@shanghaitech.edu.cn
备注 中组部,外专千人
 
  Biography  
Professor, Department of Materials & Environmental Chemistry, Arrhenius Laboratory, Stockholm University;
Invited Guest Professor of Brain Korea 21 Plus (BK21 Plus) program, Graduate School of EEWS, KAIST, Daejeon, Republic of Korea;
Visiting Professor, University of California, Berkeley, CA94720, USA;
Dept of Phys, Faculty of Science, Tohoku Univ, B.Sc. with Honor. (1965)
Graduate course, Dept of Physics, Tohoku University, M.Sc. (1967)
Doctor of Science, Tohoku University, 28th April. (1982)
1967-1994 Assist Prof, Dept of Phys, Faculty of Science, Tohoku Univ.
1994-2002 Assoc. Prof., Head of the Microstructure Physics, Dept of Phys., Tohoku Univ.
1996-2001 Research Director, Core Research for Evolutional Science & Technology (CREST), Japan Science & Technology Corporation (JST).
2002–2003 Prof, Dept. Phys, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku Univ.
2003-2010 Professor, Head of Structural Chemistry, Arrhenius Lab., Stockholm University.
2010- Prof, Dept of Materials & Environmental Chem, Stockholm Univ.
2009-2013 Invited Guest Prof. WCU, Grad School EEWS, KAIST, Korea
2013- Invited Guest Prof. BK21+, Grad School EEWS, KAIST, Korea
2014- Visiting Prof, Univ of California, Berkeley, CA94720, USA
Award:
2003: Friendship Award, State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs of the P.R. China.
2007: The Donald W Breck Award, International Zeolite Association
2008: Humboldt Research Award, Alexander von Humboldt Found.
2010: Honorary Member of Scandinavian Electron Microscopy Society
2014: Honorary Member of Japan Association of Zeolite
  Research Interests  
Electron microscopy, Diffraction, Scattering & Imaging
  Selected Publications  

1.    Direct synthesis of self-pillared zeolite nanosheets, Xueyi Zhang, Dongxia Liu, Shunsuke Asahina, Katie A. Cychosz, Kumar Varoon Agrawal, Yasser Al Wahedi, Aditya Bhan, Saleh Al Hashimi, Osamu Terasaki, Matthias Thommes, and Michael Tsapatsis, Science 336, 2012, 1684-1687.

2.    Large pore apertures in a series of metal-organic frameworks, Hexiang Deng, Sergio Grunder, Kyle E. Cordova, Cory Valente, Hiroyasu Furukawa, Mohamad Hmadeh, Felipe Gándara, Adam C. Whalley, Zheng Liu, Shunsuke Asahina, Hiroyoshi Kazumori, Michael O’Keeffe, Osamu Terasaki, J. Fraser Stoddart, Omar M. Yaghi, Science336, 2012, 1018-1023.

3.    Dodecagonal tiling in mesoporous silica, Changhong Xiao, Nobuhisa Fujita, Keiichi Miyasaka, Yasuhiro Sakamoto and Osamu Terasaki, Nature, 487, 2012, 349-353.343.

4.    Stable single-unit-cell nanosheets of zeolite MFI as active and long-lived catalysts, Minkee Choi, Kyungsu Na, Jeongnam Kim, Yasuhiro Sakamoto, Osamu Terasaki, Ryong Ryoo, Nature, 461, 2009, 246-25

5.    Complex zeolite structure solved by combining powder diffraction and electron microscopy, F. Gramm, C. Baerlocher, L. B. McCusker, S. J. Warrender, P. A. Wright, B. Han, S. B, Hong, Z. Liu, T. Ohsuna & O. Terasaki, Nature 444, 2006, 79-81

6.    Synthesis and Characterization of Chiral Mesoporous Silica, S. Che, Z. Liu, T. Ohsuna, K. Sakamoto, O. Terasaki& T. Tatsumi, Nature 429, 2004, 281-284.

7.    Ordered Carbon Nanopipes with Tunable Diameter Exhibiting Extraordinary High Dispersion of Pt Nanoparticles, S. H. Joo, S. J. Choi, I. Oh, J. Kwak, Z. Liu, O. Terasaki and R. Ryoo, Nature 412, 2001, 169-172.

8.    An ordered mesoporous organic-silica hybrid material with a crystal-like wall structure. S. Inagaki, S. Guan, T. Ohsuna and O. Terasaki, Nature 416, 2002, 304-307.

9.     Direct Imaging of the Pores and Cages of three-dimensional Mesoporous Materials, Y. Sakamoto, M. Kaneda, O. Terasaki, D.Y. Zhao, J.M. Kim, G. Stucky, H.J. Shin & R. Ryoo; Nature 408, 2000, 449-453.

10.  An ordered mesoporous organic-silica hybrid material with a crystal-like wall structure. S. Inagaki, S. Guan, T. Ohsuna and O. Terasaki, Nature 416, 2002, 304-307.