Since soft electronics will undoubtedly be a crucial component of the next generation of electronic technologies, it is imperative to design novel materials with not only better electronic properties, but also improved compatibility with the human body. Our group uses a multidisciplinary approach, combining polymer chemistry, organic synthesis and materials science to develop functional materials that will expand the current toolkit for scientists to produce and create next-generation electronics. Our research focuses on the design of new polymers with innovative properties such as self-healing, molecular stretchability and sustainability.

Stretchable and Self-Healing Materials 

Molecular Engineering of π-Conjugated Polymers 

Polymer Processing and Organic Electronics

Conjugated Polymer Nanoparticles

Thanks to our partners for funding and support

University of Windsor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

© 2020 by Simon Rondeau-Gagné

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