The Kennemur research team focuses on the synthesis, characterization, and properties of functional polymers towards precise, biomimetic, stimuli-responsive, nanostructured, and/or sustainable materials.
The Lazenby laboratory focuses on electroanalytical techniques and scanned probe electrochemical microscopy, for analytical applications in imaging, chemical sensing, health and materials characterization.
Our research focuses the development of new functional materials for applications in a wide range of technological areas from energy to environmental and information technologies.
We focus on understanding, controlling and tailoring the interfaces between inorganic nanomaterials and various systems, including biological materials, metal complexes and fluorescent compounds.
The Nienhaus group seeks to untangle the optoelectronic properties of semiconductors at the nanoscale and leverage these for light-harvesting applications.
We specialize in understanding the weird and wonderful behavior of charged polymers, polyelectrolytes, at surfaces, as thin films and in the bulk.
We explore chemical self-organization at the mesoscale, materials synthesis far from the thermodynamic equilibrium, hierarchically ordered matter, and prebiotic chemistry.
The Strouse group focuses on the molecular engineering and design of a wide range of stimuli responsive nanoscale materials.
The Zeng research team applies robotics and AI-driven experimentation to the development of inorganic materials and chemical processes for energy and environmental applications.