Tago laboratory
Dept of Chemical Science of Engineering, School of Materials and Chemical Technology
Tokyo Institute of Technology
group photo
Welcome party @ Tokyo Tech (2019 October)

  Tago laboratory is forcusing on synthesis of functional materials including solid catalyst and design of the catalyst based on chemical & catalytic reaction engineering. We synthesize new materials, by which catalytic reaction processes are developed for solving the environmental/energy problems.

Tago laboratory's pamphlet is here


Year 2019
Our group will participate and make presentations in IZC'19, APCAT8, and APCChE2019.
2019 September 25
3 new students joined our research group Go to Members page
2019 September 20
Mr. Supanat completed master's degree photo
2019 August 20
Ms. Huang finished her 1-year research activity and went back to Taiwan
2019 May 20
We published a new research paper regarding carbon supported metal catalyst.   Go to Achievement
2019 April 4
New members have joined.   Go to Members page
2018 December 1
Mr. Supanat & Ms. Natnicha made presentations in ISChE 31 (International Symposium on Chemical Engineering) at Chiang Mai.
2018 October 30
We published 2 research articles; one is about carbon supported metal catalyst and the other is about Birdcage type zeolite!!   Go to Achievement
2018 September 24
Members list is updated.   Go to Members page
2018 September 3-5
Prof. Tago and Dr. Fujitsuka attended to "The 3rd Workshop of Taiwan Tech and Tokyo Tech" and made lectures
  Go to Report page (website link)
2018 August 6-9
Dr. Fujitsuka and Mr. Supanat made poster presentation in TOCAT8-ZMPC2018 conference at Yokohama
2018 May 20-23
Prof. Tago made an oral presentation in ISCRE25 at Florence, Italy.
Title: Synthesis of birdcage-type zeolite encapsulating ultrafine Pt
  nanoparticles and its application to dry reforming of methane

Mr. Supanat made a poster presentation at the same conference.
2018 April 6
Achievement is updated.   Go to Achievement page New members have joined.   Go to Members page



Mailing address
2-12-1, Ookayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, 152-8552 JAPAN
S1-304(Prof.), S1-305(Students)

+81-3-5734-2115 (Prof.)
+81-3-5734-2629 (Students)