Our research group was set up in 2013 and our research area is opto-electronic polymers. The research group has 16 members, including 1 full professor, 4 associate professors and 11 graduate students. Our mission is to create new-concept organic molecules/polymers with excellent or unique opt-electronic properties.
Our research interests include:
1) Polymer solar cells: To design new organic/polymer donor and acceptor materials for polymer solar cells. To develop high-performance polymer solar cell devices.
2) Conjugated polymer chemistry: To design new-concept conjugated polymers. To develop new strategies to tune opto-electronic properties of conjugated polymers.
3) Organic opto-electronic materials: To develop new molecules with excellent or unique optical and electronic properties. To explore their application in opto-electronic devices.
4) Graphene materials: To develop solution-processable graphene materials with low cost for application in organic opto-electronic devices.