Supramolecular Chemistry, Materials Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry
In our research, we are developing new organic and inorganic materials with interesting properties that may find applications in electronics, photonics, catalysis, and other applications. We make the materials, characterize them, and study their properties, often in collaborations. We develop diverse materials – solid-state structures, polymers, gels, glasses, and others – to address interesting scientific and engineering problems. Some of our projects are aimed a combating environmental problems or improving alternative energy applications, such as solar energy conversion and hydrogen fuel cells.