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Masahiko Hada, Speaker at Catalysis Conference
Masahiko Hada
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan


Masahiko Hada studied Quantum Chemistry (QC) in Kyoto University. Recently he has his interests centered around accurate QC calculations including the electron-correlation and the relativistic effects, and computational approaches for analyses of chemical reactions, spectroscopies and molecular properties. Recently his expertise is extended to 2c-relativistic quantum-chemical theories and its applications to NMR, electronic excited states and spectroscopies (UV, CD, MCD, CPL), and chemical reactions on metal and metal-oxide surfaces, and chemical reaction mechanisms of enzyme containing transition metals.