Are you intererested in developing the chemistry and theory for new classes of organic materials for molecular switches, organic solar cell devices, and energy storage ?
Do you like to make molecules in the lab and make measurements ? Do you strive to understand why molecules behave the way they do, and what structural features dictate their physical properties? Would you like to contribute to the active field of organic electronic materials ?
Research in the Frank Group is multidisciplinary and each student carries out synthesis, solution-state spectroscopy, electronic structure computations, and solid-state property measurements on paramagnetic materials that are either comprised of photochromic-organic metal complexes or stable organic radicals and polymers.
The specific techniques you will learn in our lab are:
We are currently accepting applications for:
M.Sc. and Ph.D. graduate students. Download the Chemistry Department brochure here.
Chem 499 and Chem 498 Undergraduate Research Projects
NSERC USRA applications (GPA>7.0)
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