Our group focuses on the preparation of new materials with innovative properties for the next generation of electronic devices. Specifically, we develop new stretchable and self-healing polymers that can be used as active materials in various devices such as transistors and sensors. We are also particularly interested in understanding the fundamental relationship between chemical design and stretchability in those functional polymers.
Our research contributes to the rise of more efficient and sustainable technologies for advanced technologies having applications in electronics, nanotechnology and even healthcare.
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