We are devoted to understanding the solid-state microstructure of conjugated polymer thin films and
how this is connected with their electronic properties. Particular emphasis is on the study of glassy phases.
We are also interested in the fundamental physical processes by which microstructure is developed in organic semiconductors,
namely crystallization, glass transition, solid-solid transitions and liquid-crystalline transitions.
Our key experimental techniques include fast scanning calorimetry, X-ray scattering, and optical microscopies and spectroscopies.