Conjugated materials, especially polymers, are a particularly interesting class of compounds for a wide variety of applications. Not only these materials have good electronic properties that can be used in organic electronics but they also possess a good solubility that allows devices manufacturing and fabrication via ink-jet printing. 

 

Despite these interesting properties, a lot of improvements must be achieved to expand their use in wearable and flexible electronic devices, in bioimaging as contrast agents and for other very innovative applications. Therefore, our research focuses on the development of novel strategy to obtain oriented and nanostructured conjugated polymers, with innovative properties such as stretchability, self-healing, mechanical compliance and near-infrared absorption. ​

Thanks to our partners for funding and support

University of Windsor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

© 2019 by Simon Rondeau-Gagné.

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