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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor PJ Skabara
Organisation: University of Glasgow
Department: School of Chemistry
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Biological & Medicinal Chem. Chemical Synthetic Methodology
Co-ordination Chemistry Design of Process systems
Magnetism/Magnetic Phenomena Manufacturing Machine & Plant
Materials Processing Materials Synthesis & Growth
Optical Devices & Subsystems

Current EPSRC Support
EP/R03480X/1 'Hetero-print': A holistic approach to transfer-printing for heterogeneous integration in manufacturing(P)
EP/P02744X/2 Light-controlled manufacturing of semiconductor structures: a platform for next generation processing of photonic devices(P)
EP/N035496/2 Molecular assembly of spintronic circuits with DNA(P)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/N009908/2 Single-molecule studies of light-emitting polymers: observing and manipulating polymer conformation in solution(P)
EP/P02744X/1 Light-controlled manufacturing of semiconductor structures: a platform for next generation processing of photonic devices(P)
EP/N035496/1 Molecular assembly of spintronic circuits with DNA(P)
EP/N009908/1 Single-molecule studies of light-emitting polymers: observing and manipulating polymer conformation in solution(P)
EP/L012200/1 Self-assembled organic photovoltaic materials(P)
EP/J007005/1 Electrical Screening of Novel Organic Semiconductors for Photovoltaic Devices(P)
EP/I029141/1 Gallium nitride enabled hybrid and flexible photonics(C)
EP/I012591/1 Lighting the Future(C)
EP/H004157/1 Ultra energy efficient III-nitride/polymer hybrid white LEDs using nanotechnology(C)
EP/F05999X/1 Hybrid organic semiconductor/gallium nitride/CMOS smart pixel arrays(C)
EP/E041337/1 Synthesis beyond the redox-active tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) molecule: From a topological control in TTF-based macrocycles, towards functional s(P)
EP/E027431/1 Self-assembling conjugated macromolecules for organic field effect transistors and solar cells(P)
GR/T28379/02 Highly Electroactive and Structurally Well-Defined Organic Semiconductors For Electronic Devices(P)
GR/T28379/01 Highly Electroactive and Structurally Well-Defined Organic Semiconductors For Electronic Devices(P)
GR/R23053/01 The Incorporation of Highly Electroactive Sub-Units Into Conjugated Polymers(P)
GR/M36342/02 DERIVATIVES OF TETRATHIAFULVALENE IN SUPRAMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY(P)
GR/M64130/01 NOVEL CHEMICAL PROCEDURES FOR SAND CONSOLIDATION WITH RETAINED PERMEABILITY(C)
GR/M36342/01 DERIVATIVES OF TETRATHIAFULVALENE IN SUPRAMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator