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

August 6, 2022 | Group

Welcome Hanki Park to the Group!

The group welcomes Hanki Park, who is joining our group as a new Ph.D. student in the department of chemistry in 2022 fall.

August 6, 2022 | Publication

New Paper in Inorg. Chem.!

"Patchwork Metal-Organic Frameworks by Radical-Mediated Heterografting of Star Polymers for Surface Modification" by Ahn et al. was published in Inorganic Chemistry.

August 6, 2022 | Press

Our Nat. Commun. paper appeared in EurekaAlert!

EurekAlert! operated by AAAS posted a news release about our recent Nature Communications paper.