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Functional Organic Molecules Synthesis Lab.

Research

Research

Research in our laboratory focuses on the development of new transition metal catalysts for organic synthesis. We use organic synthesis, organometallics, catalysis, and supramolecular chemistry to develop new synthetic methods for organic molecules of interesting properties. We are particularly interested in designing new types of transition metal catalysts that can offer highly efficient synthetic routes to functional organic materials, and applying them in synthesizing chiral building blocks and functionalized polyolefins, catalytic CO2 conversion, olefin metathesis of biomass oils, and constructing organic electronic devices such as organic thin film transistors (OTFT) and organic solar cells.

Current Research Topics

Transition Metal Catalysts for Organic Synthesis

Cooperative Asymmetric Catalysts

Novel Aminocarbene Ligands

Post-Metallocene, Late-Transition Metal Catalysts for Olefin Polymerization

Sustainable Chemistry

CO2 Capture & Utilization: Catalytic Conversion of CO2

Bio-refinery: Cross Metathesis of Biomass Oils with Ethylene

Organic Electronic Materials

Interface Materials for Organic/Perovskite Solar Cells

Organic Semiconducting Materials

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