Dr. Zachary M. Hudson
Assistant Professor and Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Chemistry
Research in the Hudson group focuses on the development of photonic and electronic materials to address issues of sustainability in chemistry and materials science. Our group synthesizes new molecular and polymeric materials for applications in sensing, printed electronics, and efficient solid-state lighting. We also explore the synthesis of functional nanostructures from soft materials, their self-assembly into complex architectures, and their emerging applications in nanoscale electronics.
|Office: Chemistry D324
Lab: Chemistry D417
Department of Chemistry
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z1
|Tel: (604)-822-2691 (office)
Tel: (604)-822-5563 (lab)
News from the Hudson Group:
Congratulations to Chris and colleagues for their latest publication: "Cu(0)-RDRP as an efficient and low-cost synthetic route to blue-emissive polymers for OLEDs".
Well done Cheyenne for receiving NSERC PGS-D3, and Donny for receiving NSERC CGS-D3 this year.
Congratulations to Daniel Bajj and colleagues for their manuscript published in collaboration with the Algar Group at UBC: "Fluorescent Heterotelechelic Single-Chain Polymer Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Spectroscopy and Cellular Imaging".
Congratulations to the Hudson group's first graduate, Kelly Wang, for successfully defending her MSc thesis.
Zac has been appointed to NSERC Council, tasked with setting national science policy to achieve Canada's research goals.
Zac has been awarded a Tier 2 CRC in Sustainable Chemistry for his work on efficient lighting technologies. On hand for the announcement and a lab tour were Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan and Parliamentary Secretary for Science Terry Beech.