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Systèmes Complexes Moléculaires et Macromoléculaires Organisés

SYstèmes COmplexes Moléculaires et Macromoléculaires ORganisés (SYCOMMOR)

Head of the group: Martin BRINKMANN

The research activity of the SYCOMMOR group is focused on the processing-structure-property nexus of functional (macro)molecular systems used mainly in plastic electronics. The fundamental questions tackled in the group concern the understanding of morphogenesis and structure-formation mechanisms in functional macro(molecular) systems and their impact on material’s properties. Structural control is achieved by chemical engineering and physico-chemical methods such as physical gelation, epitaxy and high-T rubbing . Materials of interest include functional organogelators, semi-conducting polymers, pi-conjugated self-assembled systems as well as their associations in so-called “hybrid” materials.
Our research activity is based on the group’s expertise in chemical engineering, morphological/structural analysis by TEM, neutron scattering and material’s property testing (UV-vis and FTIR spectroscopy, charge transport, rheology).

The SYCOMMOR group is directly connected to the Electronic Microscopy platform (head of the platform M. Schmutz).

SYCOMMOR GROUP

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RESEARCH

The research activities of the group can be divided in 3 main axis :

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EQUIPMENT AND TECHNICS

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