Exploration of
the Molecular Self-assembly:
Challenge to Natural Systems

The Fujita Lab The Fujita Lab

Makoto FUJITA Prof.

1980B.S. Chiba University
1982M.S. Chiba University
1982Sagami Chemical Research Center
1987Dr. Eng. Tokyo Institute of Technology
1988Research Associate, Chiba University
1991Lecturer, Chiba University
1994Associate Professor, Chiba University
1997Associate Professor, Institute for Molecular Science
1999Professor, Nagoya University
2002Professor, The University of Tokyo
2017Professor, Social Cooperation Programs of The University of Tokyo, “Innovative Molecular Structure Analysis Laboratory” (concurrent)
2018Distinguished Professor, Institute for Molecular Science (concurrent)
2019University Distinguished Professor, The University of Tokyo

Extension number:27259
Location: 7B06, Eng. Bldg. 3, Hongo campus


Weak interactions induce the spontaneous organization of various biological structures. We are translating such an elegant nature’s mechanism into design principle for artificial molecular assemblies by showing the self-assembly of well-designed molecules into functional molecular systems.



  • Research Prof.Sota SATO (Sota SATO)

    Affiliation: The Fujita Laboratory
    Extension number:
    Location: 7B06, Eng. Bldg. 3.

  • Associate Prof.Tomohisa SAWADA

    Affiliation: The Fujita Laboratory
    Extension number: 20365
    Location: 7C02, Eng. Bldg. 3.

  • Assistant Prof.Yuya DOMOTO

    Affiliation: The Fujita Laboratory
    Extension number:21265
    Location: 7B05, Eng. Bldg. 3.

  • Assistant Prof.Hiroki TAKEZAWA

    Affiliation: The Fujita Laboratory
    Extension number: 27258
    Location: 7C01, Eng. Bldg. 3.

  • Research Assist. Prof.Takahiro NAKAMA (Takahiro NAKAMA)

    Affiliation: The Fujita Laboratory

  • SecretaryYukari ARA

    Affiliation: The Fujita Laboratory