Functional energy materials
Molecular innovations in health
Chemistry education and communication research
HJ Jiang Group
Focusing on molecular and nanoscale assembly
Our research includes experimental and computational work on molecular self-assembly, polymer nanoparticles and nanostructured surfaces. We address major societal challenges including sustainability and drug delivery.
Our main areas of interest include porphyrin chemistry, amino acids and peptides of biological importance, functional materials and molecular electronics.
Our group is interested in both understanding the underlying physical phenomena related to problems in structural materials chemistry, and improving the computational techniques used to simulate them.
Molecular Photophysics (MP2) Group
Our research is focussed on the optoelectronic properties of novel nanoscale semiconductor materials for solar energy harvesting, polarisation switching and polariton lasing.
Our research focuses on the physical chemistry of interfaces, a multi-disciplinary field spanning the traditional disciplines of chemistry, physics, materials science and bio-engineering.
Polymer Nanostructures Group
Our aim is to produce multifunctional nano-scale materials for applications in catalysis, energy, and nanomedicine.
HJ Jiang Group
Our group explores plasma (air gap)-electrochemistry, magneto-electrochemistry, and zero-carbon polymers as three innovations for a lower carbon future.
Our research is directed at understanding how complex materials arise from competing intermolecular forces, and how this understanding allows us to design new materials.
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