We Design Advanced Materials
for Organic Electronics

Optoelectronic Materials
Bioimaging Probes
Polymer Nanoscience
Sustainable Synthesis

Who we are

Our research on optoelectronic materials spans the fields of organic, inorganic, and physical chemistry, polymer science, and nanomaterials. Our mission is to provide a collaborative environment where creativity is encouraged, and trainees have the freedom to break new ground. We use a targeted approach to training to help every individual set and achieve goals, whether through academic exchanges, industry partnerships, outreach, and more. Learn More


We’re hiring!

A postdoctoral fellowship in the Hudson group at UBC in Quantum Simulations is now open for applications! See details

Jade wins Horiba UK Prize

Jade's work on photopatterned polymers for optoelectronics has won the Horiba UK Prize at the UK TADF workshop. Read more in Angewandte Chemie at the link below! link

Ethan heads to MIT

Ethan Sauvé has defended his Ph.D. thesis, and will be heading to MIT for a postdoc with Yogi Surendranath. Congrats and good luck!