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Clotilde heads the nanoelectrochemistry group, whose work spans across the CPE's three research themes: Electrochemistry for energy storage conversion, structure, redox chemistry and conductivity in EC nanojunctions and electronic and atomic structure and low dimensional materials for heterostructuring of BP with metals low dimensional chiral nanosheets/nanowires.
The Xie Group's research concerns novel nanomaterials synthesis and fabrication and their applications in energy and life sciences.
Georgiou's Polymer Group is interested in investigating the effect of polymer structural characteristics on the properties and applications of polymer based materials.
The Güder Research group has expertise with research and discovery of new materials, development of sensors/actuators and their transformation into useful systems.
Jarvist Frost is an electronic structure theorist working to understand charge-carrier mobility in polar semiconductors, among other challenges.
The Cabral Group's research interests are in soft condensed matter, in particular in complex polymer mixtures, multicomponent systems, often containing particles and copolymers.
The McLachlan Group's research is focused on the preparation of metal oxide-polymer composites, primarily for photovoltaic applications but extending to light-emitting and transistor applications.
The Stevens Group designs innovating biomaterials for regenerative medicine and biosensing.
The Nanoanalysis Group is working in the field of Nanoscale Functional Materials including organic and organic/inorganic, perovskites, bio-nanomaterials for hybrid electronics targeting bio applications.
The Stingelin Group's current research interests encompass the broad field of organic functional materials, including organic electronics, multifunctional inorganic/organic hybrids, and smart, advanced optical systems based on organic matter.
Rylie Green’s research group is focused on developing bioactive conducting polymers for application to medical electrodes, with a specific focus on vision prostheses and cochlear implants.
The Shaffer Group works on carbon and inorganic nanomaterials synthesis, modification, characterisation, and application, particularly for nanocomposite and hierarchical systems, including both structural matrices and conducting polymers for electrochemical and photovoltaic applications.
The Payne Group focuses on materials discovery through synthesis and also machine-learning for new materials discovery.
Felice Torrisi's groups research interests span from printed and flexible electronics to photonics with graphene and 2D materials, with particular focus on energy, sensing, wearable electronics and bioelectronics.
The Two Dimensional Materials Group, led be Cecilia Mattevi investigates precise synthesis of 2D materials for 3D functional printing of miniaturized devices and energy conversion applications.