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List of Presentations
Furuno Hiroshi Last modified date:2019.06.15

Associate Professor / Department of Internationalization and Future Conception / Faculty of Engineering Sciences


Presentations
1. Pennapa Tungjiratthitikan, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga, Heterogeneous Lewis Acid Catalysis with Rare Earth Coordination Polymer Complexes, International Forum for Green Asia 2017, 2017.11.
2. Pennapa Tungjiratthitikan, Hiroshi Furuno, Friedel-Crafts Reaction of Indole with Aldehydes Catalyzed by a Scandium-Based Coordination Polymer, International Forum for Green Asia 2016, 2016.12.
3. Pennapa Tungjiratthitikan, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga, Heterogeneous Lewis Acid Catalysis with Polymeric Rare Earth Arylsulfonates, PACIFICHEM 2015, 2015.12.
4. Pennapa Tungjiratthitikan, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga, Polymeric Scandium Arylsulfonate Complex as Heterogeneous Lewis Acid Catalyst in the Hetero-Diels-Alder Reaction of Ketones, International Forum for Green Asia 2015, 2015.11.
5. Furuno Hiroshi, Fujii Saori, Onitsuka Satoaki, Inanaga Junji, Development of Reusable Chiral Rare Earth Metal Complex Catalyst–Ionic liquid Reaction System, The 2nd International Conference on MEXT Project of Integrated Research on Chemical Synthesis, 2012.12.
6. Onitsuka Satoaki, Hatakeyama Akihiko, Furuno Hiroshi, Inanaga Junji, Design, Synthesis and Function of Novel Stimuli-Responsive pai-Conjugated Molecules, The 2nd International Conference on MEXT Project of Integrated Research on Chemical Synthesis, 2012.12.
7. Furuno Hiroshi, Fujii Saori, Onitsuka Satoaki, Inanaga Junji, Asymmetric Catalysis with Reusable Diionic Chiral Rare Earth Metal Complex–Ionic Liquid Systems, 8th International Conference on f-Elements, 2012.08.
8. Asymmetric Catalysis with Diionic Chiral Scandium Complexes in Ionic Liquids: A Reusable Chiral Catalyst-Ionic Liquid Integrated Reaction System.
9. Asymmetric Catalysis with Diionic Chiral Metal Complexes in Ionic Liquids: Development of Reusable Chiral Catalyst-Ionic Liquid System.
10. Structure-Activity Relationship of Chiral Ionic Rare Earth Metal Complex Catalysts Immobilized Ionic Liquids.
11. Novel Betaine-Type Chiral Metal Complex Catalyst-Ionic Liquid System for Environmentally-Benign Asymmetric Catalysis.
12. Heterogeneous Lewis Acid Catalysis with Polymeric Rare Earth Sulfonates and Phosphates.
13. Synthesis and Functions of Stimuli-Responsive pai-Conjugated Aryl Ethynyl Pyridine Derivatives.
14. Asymmetric Catalysis in Ionic Liquids: Development of Diionic Chiral Metal Complex Catalysts Immobilizable to Ionic Liquids.
15. Design, Synthesis and Function of Stimuli-Responsive pai-Conjugated Pyridine Derivatives.
16. Dynamic Behavior of 3,3'-OligoBINOL Derivatives and Its Application to Asymmetric Catalysis.
17. Asymmetric Addition Reactions Using Chiral Phosphoric Acids as a Bronsted Acid-Base Bifunctional Catalyst.
18. Study on the Structure of 3,3'-OligoBINOL Derivatives with Dynamic Axial Chiralities and Their Application to Asymmetric Catalysis.
19. Development of Reusable Diionic Chiral Lewis Acid-Ionic Liquid Systems for Asymmetric Catalysis.
20. Heterogeneous Catalysis with Self-Organized Polymeric Rare Earth Lewis Acids under Solvent-Free Conditions.
21. Study on the Structure-Activity Relationship of La-BINOL-R3P=O Complex Catalysts in the Asymmetric Epoxidation of Conjugated Enones.
22. 3,3'-Disubstituted Biphenylyl Hydrogen Phosphates as a Novel Probe Molecule for the Assignment of Absolute Configuration of Amines Utilizing Induced CD Spectroscopy.
23. Asymmetric Desymmetrization of meso-Epoxides with Rare Earth Complex.
24. Self-Organized Chiral Scandium Complex-Catalyzed Asymmetric Addition Reaction.
25. Chirality Sensing of Chiral Phosphoric Acid Diester for Carboxylic Acids.
26. Efficient Method for Determination of the Absolute Configuration of Optically Active Amines Using a Biphenyl Hydrogen Phosphate Bearing Conjugated pi-Electron System.
27. Chiral Titanium-Catalyzed Selective Asymmetric Epoxidation of Homoallylic Alcohols in the Presence of Allylic Alcohols.
28. Synthesis and Unique Inclusion Function of BINOL Oligomers Having Dynamic Axial Chirality.
29. Study on the Structure Activity Correlation of the Chiral Lanthanum Complex Catalysts in the Asymmetric Epoxidation of Conjugated Enones.
30. Stereoselective Imino-Pinacol Coupling Reaction Mediated by Low Valent Dinuclear Metal Complexes with Dynamic Axial Chirality.
31. Study of Asymmetric Evans-Tishchenko ReactionUsing Novel Chiral Catalysts.
32. Dynamic Chiral Discrimination of Sulfoxides Using Host-Type Chiral Phosphoric Acids.
33. Asymmetric Carbonyl-Ene Reaction Using Receptor-Type Chiral Rare Earth Complex Catalysts.
34. Synthesis and Physical Properties of Optically Active BINOL Oligomers Directed at the 3(3')-Position(s).
35. Catalytic Asymmetric Fluorination Using Perfluorinated Chiral Rare Earth Metal Complexes.
36. Design and Utilization of Polymeric Chiral Lanthanoid Catalysts Having Regularly Dispresed Metal Ions
Tetsuji Hayano, Shuichi Ishida, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
20th Symposium on Rare Earths.
37. Preparation of Novel Chiral Samarium(II) Complexes and their Application to Asymmetric Synthesis
Hiroki Tateishi, Takashi Kikukawa, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
20th Symposium on Rare Earths.
38. Structure, Propaty, and Chirality Sensing Ability of the 3-Connected (R)-BINOL Dimer
Toshio Kawanami, Kentaro Ishizuka, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
83th Spring Meeting of The Chemical Society of Japan.
39. Enantioselective Synthesis of 3,4-Disubstituted Adipamides Using Chiral Samarium(II) Complex
Hiroki Tateishi, Takashi Kikukawa, Yuri Nakamura, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
83th Spring Meeting of The Chemical Society of Japan.
40. Electron Transfer Reaction Using Chiral Low-Valent Dinuclear Titanium Complexes: Depxygenetion of Epoxide and Highly Enantioselective Pinacol Coupling Reaction
Toshio Kawanami, Kentaro Ishizuka, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
83th Spring Meeting of The Chemical Society of Japan.
41. Structural Analysis of the La-BINOL-Phosphine Oxide Catalytic System and Its Application to the Synthesis of Enantiopure beta-Hydroxy-alpha-amino Acid Derivatives
Rie Kino, Kazuhiro Daikai, Tetsuji Hayano, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
83th Spring Meeting of The Chemical Society of Japan.
42. Development of the Inteligent Chiral Heterogeneous Catalysts Composed of Chiral Ligands Connected with Various Spacers
Tetsuji Hayano, Shuichi Ishida, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
83th Spring Meeting of The Chemical Society of Japan.
43. Synthesis of Receptor-Type Chiral Phosphoric Acids for the Dynamic Chirality Sensing of alpha- and beta-Amino Acids
Rie Nishida, Hirokatsu Ito, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
83th Spring Meeting of The Chemical Society of Japan.
44. Catalytic Asymmetric Epoxidation of Homoallylic Alcohols with Chiral Titanium Complex Bearing 3,3'-Diaryl Substituted BINOL Ligands
Hirokatsu Ito, Rie Nishida, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
83th Spring Meeting of The Chemical Society of Japan.
45. Asymmetric Michael Addition Using a Chiral Lanthanoid-Amine-BINOL Catalyst System and Its Asymmetric Amplification
Kaoru Korekoda, Toshiaki Sakaguchi, Tetsuji Hayano, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
83th Spring Meeting of The Chemical Society of Japan.
46. Asymmetric Pinacol Coupling Reaction Promoted by the Dinuclear Titanium Complex with Axial and Helical Chirality
Toshio Kawanami, Kentaro Ishizuka, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
82th Fall Meeting of The Chemical Society of Japan.
47. Preparation and Utility of Novel Self-Organized Chiral Mesoporous Solid Catalyst
Tetsuji Hayano, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
Molecular Chirality 2002.
48. Development and Utilization of Novel Lanthanoid Complexes as Chiral Molecular Flask-Type Solid Catalysts
Tetsuji Hayano, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
19th Symposium on Rare Earths.
49. Asymmetric Michael ReactionsUsing Chiral Rare Earth Complex as a Lewis Acid Catalyst. Application to the Synthesis of Optical Active 1,2-Aminoalcohol Derivatives
Xiu Lan Jin, Hiroyasu Sugihara, Hiroki Tateishi, Kazuhiro Daikai, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
19th Symposium on Rare Earths.
50. Asymmetric Michael Addition Using a Chiral Lanthanoid-Amine-BINOL Catalyst System and Its Asymmetric Amplification
Kaoru Korekoda, Toshiaki Sakaguchi, Tetsuji Hayano, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
19th Symposium on Rare Earths.
51. Synthesis of and Asymmetric Induction by Novel Optically Active BisBINOL Derivatives
Toshio Kawanami, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
81th Spring Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan.
52. Synthesis of 3,3'-Diaryl-Substituted (R)-BINOL Derivatives and Their Chiral Recognition
Hirokatsu Ito, Mariko Matsuda, Xiu Lan Jin, Kazuhiro Daikai, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
81th Spring Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan.
53. Development and Utilization of Self-assembled Chiral Metal Complex Solid Catalysts for Asymmetric Epoxidation
Tetsuji Hayano, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
81th Spring Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan.
54. Efficient Synthesis of Optically Active alpha-Keto Aziridines Using the Chiral Scandium Complex-Catalyzed Highly Enantioselective Michael Addition as a Key Step
Xiu Lan Jin, Hiroyasu Sugihara, Kazuhiro Daikai, Yong Zhi Jin, Hiroki Tateishi, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
81th Spring Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan.
55. Asymmetric Michael Addition Using a Chiral Lanthanoid-Amine-BINOL Catalyst System and Its Asymmetric Amplification
Kaoru Korekoda, Toshiaki Sakaguchi, Tetsuji Hayano, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
81th Spring Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan.
56. Asymmetric Catalysis with Chiral C2 Symmetric Pyrrolidine Derivatives
Noriyuki Yasuda, Go Naraku, Nami Shimomoto, Takeshi Hanamoto, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
81th Spring Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan.
57. Synthesis and Utilization of New Chiral Ligands and Shift Reagents Having 3,3'-Bis(arylethynyl)-binaphtol Flameworks
Rie Nishida, Mariko Matsuda, Hirokatsu Ito, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
81th Spring Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan.
58. Remarkably High Asymmetric Amplification in Novel Chiral Cerium(IV) Complex Catalyzed Reaction
Tetsuji Hayano, Toshiaki Sakaguchi, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
18th Symposium on Rare Earths.
59. Doubly Borylated Enolate as an Intermediate of the Double Aldol Reaction
Tadashi Inoue, Hiroshi Furuno, Atsushi Abiko
79th Spring Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan.
60. Mechanistic Studies on the Formation of Boron-Enolate
Tadashi Inoue, Hiroshi Furuno, Atsushi Abiko
79th Spring Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan.
61. Asymmetric Double Aldol Reaction of Acyloxazolidinone
Hiroshi Furuno, Tadashi Inoue, Atsushi Abiko
79th Spring Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan.
62. Preparation of Optically Active Rare Earth Phosphate Complexes and Their Use for Hetero Diels-Alder Reaction
Takeshi Kambara, Takumi Kagawa, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
79th Spring Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan.
63. Preparation of Optically Active Rare Earth Phosphate Complexes and Their Use for Hetero Diels-Alder Reaction
Tetsuji Hayano, Toshiaki Sakaguchi, Hiroshi Furuno, Junji Inanaga
79th Spring Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan.
64. Asymmetric Synthesis of alpha-Keto Aziridine Using Chiral Rare Earth Metal Calalysts
Hiroyasu Sugihara, Hiroshi Furuno, Toshiaki Sakaguchi, Kazuhiro Daikai, Junji Inanaga
17th Symposium on Rare Earths.
65. Positive Nonlinear Effect in Asymmetric Catalysis with Chiral Rare Earth Metal Complexes as a Lewis Acid
Hiroshi Furuno, Yuichi Sugimoto, Takeshi Hanamoto, Junji Inanaga
77th Fall Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan.
66. Asymmetric Catalysis with Chiral Rare Earth Metal Complexes in the Hetero Diels-Alder Reaction
Hiroshi Furuno, Yumiko Tanaka, Yuichi Sugimoto, Takeshi Hanamoto, Junji Inanaga
46th Symposium on Organometallic Chemistry, Japan.
67. Synthesis of Novel Rare Earth Metal Complexes Bearing Chiral Binaphthyldiyl Phosphate Derivatives as an Asymmetric Catalyst
Hiroshi Furuno, Yumiko Tanaka, Takeshi Hanamoto, Junji Inanaga
16th Symposium on Rare Earths.
68. Autogenetic Formation of the Optically Pure Rare Earth Complexes via Successive Self- and Non-Self-Recognition Processes
Hiroshi Furuno, Takeshi Hanamoto, Junji Inanaga
15th Symposium on Rare Earths.