Indiana University Bloomington
IUMSC   Indiana University Molecular Structure Center

Nobu Yamamoto, Pd.D.
Nobu Yamamoto, Ph.D.
Research Crystallographer
Postdoctoral Associate
(812) 855-9433

  • Ph.D., Chemistry (conc. in Inorganic Chemistry and Nanomaterials), University of California, San Diego and San Diego State University (Joint Ph.D. program) – San Diego, CA
  • B.Sc., Chemistry, Saint Mary’s College of California – Moraga, CA
  • Develop recrystallization strategies to improve the quality of crystals for diffraction measurements.
  • Solve crystallographic problems such as twinning and disorders.
  • Determine absolute configurations on organic molecules.
  • Work on repair and maintenance of the diffractometer and the auxiliary equipment (chiller, cryo, etc.).
  • Train new users to the X-ray diffraction instrument.
  • Prepare crystallographic reports for publication and submission of the data to the Cambridge Structural Database.
  • C631: Chemical Crystallography
  • C427: Advanced & Nanoscale Materials
  • Individual User Training
  • Guidance on installation/use of crystallography software (Mercury, ConQuest, APEX 3/4, Olex2, CrystalMaker, etc.).
  • Hands-on tutorials on Single-Crystal and Powder X-ray diffractometers, X-ray diffraction data analysis, and recrystallization.
  • Mentor a Freshman research assistant under the Groups STEM Summer Research Experience Program and worked on a crystallography project.
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