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Curriculum Vitae - Naoki Oguri

Naoki Oguri is a Deep Learning Researcher at XCompass Intelligence Ltd.

EDUCATION

Apr 2017-present
MOOC Coursework

  • Python Programming Track [link], DataCamp, Aug 17, 2017 [certificate].
  • Machine Learning Foundations: A Case Study Approach [link], University of Washington, Coursera, Aug 7, 2017 [certificate].

Apr 2017–present
Two-Semester Non-Degree Student
The Open University of Japan, JAPAN

Sep–Nov 2016
PhD programme
University of Michigan, MI, USA
Macromolecular Science and Engineering
Left school in Nov 2016

2014–2016
M.S.
Gunma University, JAPAN
Education Programme for Materials and Bioscience

2011–2014
B.Eng. 
Gunma University, JAPAN
Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Eary graduation (achieved second place out 172 students)

WORK EXPERIENCE

July 2017–present
Deep Learning Researcher
XCompass Intelligence Ltd.

May–July 2016
Researcher
University of Michigan MI, USA
– The Chemistry of Silicon in Processing Cage Silsesquioxanes for Electronic and Photonics Applications

Jul, 2014
Tutor
Gunma University, JAPAN

– Taught Experimental Inorganic Chemistry to high-school students

Apr–Jul, 2014
Teaching Assistant
Gunma University, JAPAN

– Taught Experimental Organic Chemistry to junior-level undergraduate students

Nov, 2012
Tutor
Gunma University, JAPAN
– Taught Basic Science Experiments to elementary school students

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

May–July 2016
University of Michigan, MI, USA
The Chemistry of Silicon in Processing Cage Silsesquioxanes for Electronic and Photonics Applications

Sep–Dec 2014
École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Montpellier, FRANCE
Synthetic Approach to Unstable Silicon Compounds

Sep 2012–Mar 2016
Gunma University, JAPAN
– Synthesis and Structure Elucidation of Janus Cube: Cage Octasilsesquioxane with Two Kinds of Substituents
– Highly Efficient Phenylation and Alkylation of Monolayer Polysilane

PUBLICATIONS

  1. N. Oguri, Y. Egawa, N. Takeda, M. Unno, “Unusual Reactions of Cyclic Fluorosiloxanes: Versatile Precursors of Various Silicon Compounds,” ChemistrySelect, 2017, 2, 2300–2304.
  2. N. Oguri, Y. Egawa, N. Takeda, M. Unno, “Janus-Cube Octasilsesquioxane: Facile Synthesis and Structure Elucidation,” Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. 2016, 55, 9336–9339.
  3. N. Oguri, N. Takeda, M. Unno, “Facile Synthesis of Cyclic Fluorosiloxanes,” Chem. Lett. 2015, 44, 1506–1508.

Google Scholar Citations

PRESENTATIONS

  1. Y. Egawa, N. Oguri, N. Takeda, M. Unno, Oral Prezentation, "Synthesis and Structure of New Janu Cube Silsesquioxanes, O-43, The 43rd Symposium on Main Group Element Chemistry, Sendai, JAPAN, Dec 10, 2016.
  2. R. M. Laine, J. Furgal, A. Nakao, T. Odykirk, S. Kakehi, A. Podner, M. Moghandam, N. Oguri, Short Lecture, “Cage Compounds Synthesized from ClCH2Si(OEt)3,” 8th European Silicon Days, Poznań, POLAND, Aug 31, 2016.
  3. N. Oguri, Y. Egawa, Y. Kawakami, N. Takeda, M. Unno, Invited Lecture, “Fluorosiloxanes: Unusual Properties and Application,” 47th Silicon Symposium, Portland, USA, Jun 21, 2016.
  4. N. Oguri, Y. Egawa, N. Takeda, M. Unno, Oral presentation in English, “Synthesis and Structure of Janus Octasilsesquioxane,” 96th Annual Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan, Kyoto, Japan, Mar 24, 2016.
  5. N. Oguri, Y. Egawa, N. Takeda, M. Unno, Short oral and poster presentation, “Cyclic Fluorosiloxanes as Precursor to Novel Siloxanes,” 5th International Symposium on Element Innovation, Kiryu, JAPAN, Nov 30, 2015.
  6. N. Oguri, Y. Egawa, N. Takeda, M. Unno, Poster presentation, “Synthesis and Structure of ‘Janus Cube’: Cage Octasilsesquioxane with Two Different Substituents,” 5th Asian Silicon Symposium, Jeju, KOREA, Oct 19, 2015.
  7. N. Oguri, N. Takeda, M. Unno, Short oral and poster presentation: “Facile Synthesis of Fluorinated Cyclic Siloxanes as Precursor to Structurally-Controlled Siloxanes,” 46th Silicon Symposium, Davis, USA, Jun 23, 2015.
  8. M. Unno, N. Oguri, N. Kumazawa, K. Hayashi, N. Terashita, R. Nakajima, and N. Takeda, Invited Lecture, “Some Useful Synthetic Reactions for Siloxanes,” The 17th International Symposium on Silicon Chemistry, Berlin, GERMANY, Aug 8, 2014.
  9. N. Oguri, N. Takeda, M. Unno, Short oral and poster presentation, “Investigation on Reactivity of Fluorosilanes and Approach to Janus Cube via Fluorination of Cyclic Silanol,” The 17th International Symposium on Silicon Chemistry, Berlin, GERMANY, Aug 6, 2014.
  10. N. Oguri, N. Takeda, M. Ohashi, H. Nakano, M. Unno, Poster presentation, “Highly Efficient Modification Reaction of Monolayer Polysilane,” The 17th International Symposium on Silicon Chemistry, Berlin, GERMANY, Aug 5, 2014. 

AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

  1. Funai Overseas Scholarship (full amount of tuition, medical insurance, stipend [$2,500/month], travel expense, and preparation expense [¥500,000]), Funai Foundation for Information Technology, Sep 2016–Mar 2017.
  2. Travel Grant to attend the 5th Asian Silicon Symposium ($700), The Society of Silicon Chemistry JAPAN, Oct 2015.
  3. Best Poster Award, N. Oguri, N. Takeda, M. Unno, “Facile Synthesis of Fluorinated Cyclic Siloxanes as Precursor to Structurally-Controlled Siloxanes,” 46th Silicon Symposium, Davis, USA, Jun 23, 2015.
  4. TOBE MAKI Scholarship ($6,000), TOBE MAKI Scholarship Foundation, Apr 2015–Mar 2016. 
  5. Scholarship to study abroad at the École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Montpellier ($3,200), Japan Student Services Organisation, Sep–Dec 2014.
  6. Best Poster Award, N. Oguri, N. Takeda, M. Unno, “Highly Efficient Modification Reaction of Monolayer Polysilane” at the 17th International Symposium on Silicon Chemistry, Berlin, GERMANY, Aug 8, 2014.
  7. Travel Grant for the 17th International Symposium on Silicon Chemistry ($275), The German Chemical Society, Aug 2014.
  8. Prize for Remarkable Undergraduate Students, Second out of 172 students, Gunma University, Mar 2014.
  9. Scholarship to study abroad at Shenyang University of Technology ($1,000), Gunma University, Sep 2012.
  10. Selected as a member of the Global Frontier Leader Course (government-supported programme for the top 5% talented and gifted students), Gunma University, Jul 2011.

MEDIA

Funai Foundation for Information Technology

Chem-Station 

Global Frontier Leader Course, Gunma University

News, Gunma University

Synthesis of Janus Cube Silsesquioxane