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New organic materials for energy applications

Project Description

This project will explore the synthesis and development of new organic compounds and study their potential to be used as organic materials in energy applications such as OLEDs.

The project will involve the design and realization of new structures bearing desirable electronic characteristics based on novel catalysis methods that allow rapid assembly of challenging molecular scaffolds. These will be studied in a series of applications aimed toward achieving more efficient energy transfer with organic molecules toward reducing energy usage.

The project will be suitable for a student with an interest in both synthetic chemistry and molecular photophysical studies. Prior research experience in at least one of these areas is desirable.

For more information about Paul Davies please visit the group website at http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/chemistry/Davies/index.aspx

To find out more about studying for a PhD at the University of Birmingham, including full details of the research undertaken in the School, the funding opportunities available for your subject, and guidance on making your application, you can order a copy of our Doctoral Research Prospectus, at: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/drp

How good is research at University of Birmingham in Chemistry?

FTE Category A staff submitted: 28.00

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