Our Focus
The goal of our research is to understand the microstructure-property relationship in soft materials and to develop new strategies to manipulate and tailor the microstructures. The building blocks include polymers, surfactant molecules, and colloidal particles. The microstructure is formed by spontaneous self-assembly of these building blocks into supramolecules; the resulting systems may be structured thin films, solutions or gels which could potentially find useful in optoelectronic, energy and biomedical applications.
Group picture winter 2021
successfully defends her thesis, congratulations! (2/1/2021)
Chia-Yi's paper on the length of reverse wormlike micelles published in Journal of Molecular Liquids. (2/1/2021)
The paper on the PC71BM structure induced by additives in collaboration with Prof. Komarov published in Soft Matter. (2/1/2021)
Ω, Ķb, W@, F successfully defend their theses, congratulations! (8/1/2020)
Hung-Ming and Chia-Yi's paper on the rheology of reverse wormlike micelles published in Soft Matter. (4/1/2020)
The paper on the structure of oligothiophene–isoindigo polymers in collaboration with Prof. Su published in Soft Matter. (12/1/2019)
, ౵a join our group, welcome! (9/1/2019)

Soft Nanomaterials Group | Last Updated February 20, 2021