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Posted on August 28, 2017

【NEWS】Ms. Anukul Preeyanuch (D2) received "ADMD 2017 Presentation Award”

Ms. Anukul Preeyanuch (D2) received "ADMD 2017 Presentation Award” for her presentation by the title, “Photoluminescence Behavior of Rod-Shaped Gold(I) Complexes in Chiral Nematic Liquid Crystal” given at the 21st International Symposium on Advanced Display Materials & Devices (ADMD 2017) held from July 24 to 26, 2017 at the University of Nagoya.



Ritsumeikan University is one of the best universities in Japan. I am really glad to be a member of the Laboratory of Polymer Materials Chemistry at Ritsumeikan University.  My knowledge and skills have been rapidly improved by Ritsumeikan's learning system. At present , my research focuses on the synthesis of new liquid−crystalline gold complexes, which includes the investigation of liquid-crystalline behavior and photoluminescence properties in order to elucidate intriguing photoluminescence mechanisms. Through my research, I am also working to discover ways to apply these gold complexes to functional materials such as sensors and luminescence devices.

It was a great opportunity for me to attend the 21st International Symposium on Advanced Display Materials & Devices (ADMD2017) at Nagoya University. I received the poster presentation award for my topic on “Photoluminescence Behavior of Rod-Shaped Gold(I) Complexes in Chiral Nematic Liquid Crystal”. I am glad to have helped create a good reputation for my laboratory and our university. I am also very grateful to my professor and other lab members who continuously supported me along the way.



Congratulations!