Ms Yuri Tanuma (Graduate School of Interdisciplinary New Science) finished the “PhD double degree programme” and received her PhD from both Toyo University and Nantes University
Ms Yuri Tanuma (Graduate School of Interdisciplinary New Science) received her PhD from Toyo University and Nantes University, France (Supervisors: Toru Maekawa and Chris Ewels).
Dr Yuri Tanuma participated in the “PhD double degree programme” in April 2019 and studied “Novel carbon nano structures” at both Toyo University and Nantes University. She carried out experimental and numerical study at the Bio-Nano Electronics Research Centre, Toyo University, while theoretical and numerical work at the Institute of Materials, Nantes University, noting that both universities exchanged an agreement on the “PhD double degree programme” in 2012. Her participation in the programme was financially supported by the scholarships from the French Government and Toyo University.
An interview article on her participation in the PhD double degree programme can be found in the following newsletter.
Toyo Global Diamond who Shines on the World Stage, Toyo Global Diamonds: Newsletter 11, 23-24 (2020).
Dr Yuri Tanuma is the first Japanese student, who participated in the Cotutelles (PhD double degree) programme and received her PhD from Nantes University. She will continue her research in Slovenia as a post-doctoral researcher.Title of her PhD thesis:
Formation, interaction and destruction of ring- and cage-molecular nanocarbons
Dates of the conferment of PhD:
10th February 2022 from Nantes University
25th March 2022 from Toyo University
Y. Tanuma, P. Dunk, T. Maekawa and C. Ewels, Chain and fullerene formation during hydrogen loss and reconstruction in non-planar polyaromatic hydrocarbons, Nanomaterials 12, 2073 (2022).
Y. Tanuma, T. Maekawa and C. Ewels, Methodological investigation for hydrogen addition to small cage carbon fullerenes, Crystals 11, 1334 (2021).
Y. Tanuma, A. Stergiou, A.B. Bobnar, M. Gaboardi, J. Rio, J. Volkmann, H.A. Wegner, N. Tagmatarchis, C.P. Ewels and D. Arčon, Robust coherent spin centers from stable azafullerene radicals entrapped in cycloparaphenylene rings, Nanoscale 13, 19946-19955 (2021).
Y. Tanuma, T. Maekawa and C. Ewels, Methodological investigation for growth of small fulleranes, C’NANO 2020 (November 2021), Toulouse, France.
Y. Tanuma, T. Maekawa and C. Ewels, Fullerene growth with hydrogen – new growth model in the interstellar medium, NT21 (2021), Houston, USA.
Y. Tanuma, P. Dunk, T. Maekawa and C. Ewels, Élimination de l'hydrogène des carbone nanobelts, Carb-ON.fr (November 2020), Nantes, France
Y. Tanuma, P. Dunk, T. Maekawa and C. Ewels, Hydrogen removal from carbon nanobelts, NanoteC20 (August 2020), Surrey, UK.
Institute of Materials, University of Nantes
University of Nantes
Graduate School of Interdisciplinary New Science
Bio-Nano Electronics Research Centre