Conjugated polymers have been offered as alternatives to inorganic semiconductors, with a rich design space afforded by their synthetic modularity. I am interested in controlling (opto)electronic behavior of these materials through synthetic design.
I am interested in leveraging advancements in polymer chemistry and material science to develop sensitive and selective sensing technologies for healthcare, environmental, and defense applications which require operation in complex environments.
The next generation of bioelectronic technologies offer solutions for drug delivery, regenerative engineering, and healthcare monitoring. I am interested in developing organic electroactive biomaterials to converge modern electronics with living tissue.