There are two main themes:
Molecular Materials with Photofunctional Properties
This theme will mainly focus on the design of molecular materials that could perform a photofunction. Emphasis will be placed on the design of strongly luminescent molecular and polymeric materials, which partly stems from the widespread interests in employing them as emissive layers or as dopants in organic light-emitting devices (OLEDs) and polymer light-emitting devices (PLEDs) for flat planel displays, and more recently in the development of electronic paper and OLED for consumer products. Design of high-efficiency white OLEDs and white PLEDs will also be made as they show promises due to their low operating voltage and high brightness. In addition, we are also interested in molecular materials for thin film transistors (TFTs) and other active circuit elements, particularly the OTFTs and organic light-emitting transistors (OLETs) or light-emitting OFETs (LEOFETs), which can have potential applications in flexible large-area displays.
Molecular Materials with Catalysis and Energy Functions
A major challenge confronting the world today is the energy crisis. The massive demand for energy when our energy reserves based on fossil fuels are vanishing would require materials and/or processes that would help to provide new sources of clean renewable energy, to harvest energy and to better utilize energy in an efficient manner, and to generate new catalysts for the activation of small molecules. To address this challenge, we will focus on the design and development of molecular materials that can contribute to light-harvesting, solar energy conversion and storage, photocatalysis, photovoltaics, activation of small molecules and catalysis.

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