●Internship Location: University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
●Adviser: Professor Leo Radom
●Date: November 2015 (30 days)
●Research Topic: The development of a mass spectrum simulation technique using automated reaction path search method and reaction rate analysis.
Through my training at Professor Leo Radom’s lab, I was able to learn different methods of collaborative research with overseas laboratories. Incorporating fresh viewpoints on “mass spectrum simulation” proposed by the collaborating laboratory also broadened the scope of my research. I continued the research even after the internship and had an opportunity for discussion at Pacifichem 2015, the 2015 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies. Currently, I go ahead with writing my thesis.
Report: Yosuke Sumiya, Program Student, the first year in doctor’s program, Department of Chemical Sciences and Engineering, Graduate School of Chemical Sciences and Engineering