Nobel Laureate Dr. Negishi visits CIMS lab and meets CIMS researchers
Professor Eiichi Negishi visited CIMS Lab, Fluke Hall 235, on Feb. 25, to see and discuss with CIMS researchers on Electrochromic windows based on conjugated polymers.
Fig. 1 Dr. Negishi looking at electrochromic window samle in Fluke Hall laboratory, left (Prof. Taya) and right (Dr Yu Rong)
Then, snap shot of Dr. Negishi with several CIMS researchers are taken on Fluke Hall Laboratory , see the next photo, Fig. 2 where Dr. Negishi is surrounded by Prof. Taya (left), Dr. Yu Rong (Center), two graduate students (Eri Amasawa and Koichi Honda, right).
Fig. 2 Snap shot of Dr. Negishi and CIMS researchers (from left to right, Prof. Taya, Dr. Negishi, Dr. Rong, Ms. Eri Amasawa and Mr. Koichi Honda).
A goup of CIMS researchers met Dr. Negishi after his talk in the reception (Walker Ames Hall), see the following photo, Fig. 3 where Dr. Negishi is surrounded by CIMS researchers: from left to righ, Mr. Tsrong Wen, Onur C. Namli, Eri Amasawa, Prof. Taya, Dr. Negishi, Annika Eberle, Dr. Yu Rong).
Fig. 3 Dr. Dr. Negishi and CIMS researchers at the reception of Dr.Negishi's talk at Kane Hall (left to right, Mr. Tsrong Wen, Eri Amasawa, Prof. Taya, Dr. Negishi, Annika Eberle, Dr. Rong).