Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology,
University of Gothenburg
412 96 Gothenburg Sweden
karl.borjesson (at) gu.se
Chemistry building, Campus Johanneberg
Welcome to the homepage of the Molecular Materials research group headed by Associate Professor Karl Börjesson at the Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology at University of Gothenburg.
We construct molecules or molecular based systems that are able to perform highly specialized functions to be used within material sciences. The competence of the group involves both the synthesis of complex molecules and the photophysical/electrical characterization of the molecular based systems. Most often we are working with organic molecules and even though each molecule is able to perform a task on its own, our aim is not to use the single molecules but ensembles of molecules to create materials for the future.
Karl Börjesson, group leader
The group is financially supported by:
Our article on liquid chromophores is no online.
Welcome Yi Yu to the group.
Welcome Pedro and Clara to the group.
Congratulations Martin and Alex for each winning a poster award at SCS2018.
Our article on rISC in the strong coupling regime is now online.
Welcome Suman to the group.
Promoted to Associate Professor
Received the Wallenberg Academy Fellowship.
Our article on switching of strong light-matter interactions is now online.
Welcome Chen Ye to the group.
Welcome Jürgen to the group.
Received the ERC starting grant.
Welcome Martin to the group.
Our article on photoisomerization determinations is now published.
Received a grant from the Swedish Research Council.
Welcome Khushbu and Manuel to the group.
Our article on photon upconversion with directed emission is now published.
Welcome Alexei to the group.
Received the Swedish Foundations Starting Grant!
Welcome Kati to the group.
Congratulations Kati to the Wenner-Gren Fellowship and welcome to the group in February.
Received the Ingvar Carlsson Award, giving startup funds for the group.
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