Macromolecular Materials Chemistry Lab (MMCL) pursues to establish synthetic pathways to macromolecules with complex shape and structure, and thus develop advanced polymeric nanomaterials for energy and environmental applications. We are particularly interested in controlling polymer structure, conformation and phase separation in a spatiotemporal manner. Current topics include architectured polymer syntheses, postpolymerization modification, polymerization-induced nanostructuring, and porous materials.

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Group News

February 25, 2024 | Group

Welcome Vasil to the Group!

The group welcomes Vasil Metreveli, who is joining our group as a new graduate students in the department of chemistry in 2024 spring. Vasil is our first graduate student abroad. Bborn in Tbilisi, Georgia, he received his B.S. in chemistry from San Diego State University and Tbilisi State University. Vasil will be working with Boominathan...

December 21, 2023 | Group

MMCL looks for new EPSS students

MMCL seeks new graduate students who will enter KAIST via the Educational Program for Samsung Semiconductor (EPSS).

September 10, 2023 | Press

Natural Science Lecture on YouTube

Dr. Seo talked about polymer chemistry and why polymers are special on YouTube.