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 16, 2021 | Group

Farewell to Ph.D.s!

Nam Young, Isaac, and Jeonghyeon all successfully defended their Ph.D. theses last November, and now are leaving the group to start industrial careers. Congratulations, and all the best for your future endeavors.

February 7, 2021 | Publication

New Paper in Polymer!

"Synthesis of carboxylic acid-functionalized polymethacrylate-b-polystyrene as an Ag ion-loadable block copolymer thin film template” by Isaac Shin, Kyu Hyo Han, Seung Keun Cha, Sang Ouk Kim, and Myungeun Seo was published in Polymer.

February 1, 2021 | Group

Minjoong got awarded!

Minjoong won the best presentation award for the 2020 Ig-Nobel Prize projects of the College of Natural Sciences, KAIST.