Grit Kupgan received his BS and MS in chemical engineering from Oklahoma State University. He later completed his PhD in materials science and engineering from the University of Florida under Prof. Coray Colina. During his PhD, Grit focused on the atomistic simulation of amorphous microporous polymers (e.g., hypercrosslinked polymers, polymers of intrinsic microporosity) for gas separation and storage applications.
Yidan Liu is currently a Research Visiting Ph.D Student in Prof. Bredas group and mainly focuses on the molecular design of thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitters. She received her B.S. degree in Materials Physics from the East China University of Science and Technology in 2015. And between 03/2015 and 08/2015, she was invited as an exchange student to work on her bachelor thesis in the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (Germany).
Qi received his Ph.D degree in school of chemistry and chemical engineering from Southeast University in 2010. In September 2018, he joined in Prof. Bredas group as a Research Scientist Visitor, and investigated the electronic, optical properties of two-dimensional perovskite systems.
Please welcome Hadi Abroshan and EK Cho to the Bredas Group.
Hadi Abroshan joins us as a Postdoctoral fellow. Hadi conducts research projects for computation-based design of new materials pertaining to organic electronics application with immense technological impacts, e.g., organic solar cells and organic light-emitting diodes.
Congratulations Qingqing Dai and Tonghui Wang. They welcomed Luyu Wang on May 17, 2018. Luyu is combination of Lu (鲁, a abbreviation of Shandong province, which is Qingqing hometown) and Yu (豫, a abbreviation of Henan province, which is Tonghui's hometown). Mom and baby are doing well.
Lei Liu is a Research Scientist Visitor at Georgia Tech during March, 2018-March, 2019. Lei's research interests are focusing on the synthesis of organic functional materials as well as the investigation of their electronic, optical, and magnetic properties.
Pablo is an undergraduate student here at Georgia Tech. Pablo is a candidate for a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry expected in May 2021. Pablo's interest and skills are Titrations, Absorbance Spectroscopy, Calorimetry, Equilibrium Calculations. Please help us welcome Pablo to the Bredas Research Group.