Professor; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Applied Chemistry
Master course: Polymer Chemistry and Physics (KBT026)
The course aims to provide a fundamental understanding of the chemistry and physics of polymers and focuses on the following topics: synthesis, characterisation, structure-property relationships and the physics of solutions and the solid state.
PhD course: Polymer Characterizations
This course is mainly for PhD students who have basic
knowledge about polymers. The main aim of this course is to introduce the
technologies for characterization of polymers. 6 credits are recommended for
Polymer Physics by Ulf W. Gedde, ISBN: 0-412-59020-4 [DSC/TGA/DMA]
NMR of Polymers by Frank A. Bovey and Peter A. Mirau,
Academic Press, ISBN: 0121197654 [NMR]
By taking this course, you should be able to
use DSC/TGA/DMA to
determine thermal properties of polymers including glass transition temperature
(Tg), melting temperature (Tm), decomposition temperature
use NMR and FT-IR to determine
use GPC and MALDI-TOF to determine
polymer molecular weights.
understand polymer properties in a
· Simulation: Chalmers Centre for Computational Science
and Engineering (C3SE) is a center for scientific and technical computing at
Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg Sweden, which is one of six
centers in the national metacenter of the Swedish National Infrastructure for
· Synthesis: Well-equipped labs for organic synthesis with fume hoods;
· Structural characterisation equipment: 400 MHz NMR, GC-MS
and MALDI-TOF; Size Exclusion Chromatography (SEC) with triple detection
(refractive index, viscosity, light scattering), using 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene
at 150°C, for polymer molecular weight determination
· Processing equipment: spin coater and blade coater for thin film
processing; hot press and extruder for melt processing of polymers (5 gram
· Thermal analysis: TGA and DSC with liquid nitrogen cooling;
hot stage for optical microscopy
· Spectroscopy: UV-vis-NIR with integrating sphere; FTIR
including ATR equipment and micrometer positioning stage; photoluminescence
(PL) spectroscopy, XPS, Raman
· Microscopy: optical polarizing microscope, fluorescence
microscope, atomic force microscope (AFM), scanning electron microscope (SEM),
transmission electron microscope (TEM)
· X-ray scattering equipment, wide-angle X-ray
scattering (powder diffraction, grazing incidence, single crystal)
Welcome to Polymer Chemistry and Electronics group!
Taken in May of 2016
Qiaonan Chen is a Post doctor in Ergang Wang
group at Chalmers since Octorber 2020. Her research focus is on polymer solar
cell materials. She is now working on projects focusing on design and synthesis
of single component non-conjugated D-A polymer as active layer for organic
solar cells; non-conjugated acceptor polymer materials.
Qiaonan obtained her B.Sc. in 2014 and PhD
degree in 2019 in Chemistry at Jilin University, China.
Birhan A. Abdulahi from 11/2020
Birhan A. Abdulahi pursued his PhD at Addis Ababa
University in July 2019. Birhan was a visiting PhD student and conducted part
of his PhD research at Chalmers University of Technology. Currently, he is a
postdoctoral researcher in Ergang Wang’s research group. His research interest
includes design, synthesis and characterization of organic molecules and
polymers for different optoelectronic applications.
Ulises Mendez Romero from 05/2018
Ulises A. Médez-Romero received his BSc in nanotechnology
from Universidad de las Américas Puebla in Mexico in 2015. In 2017 he obtained
his MSc in materials science from Centro de Investigación en Materiales
Avanzados (Cimav) in Mexico. In 2017 he started a double doctoral degree in both
Cimav and Chalmers University of Technology, at Division of Applied Chemistry
under the supervision of Professor Ergang Wang. His research is mainly focused
on the synthesis and functionalization of 2D materials and its application in
Wu exchange PhD
and Stable Organic Solar Cells Based on Novel Material Structure
I received my M.S. degree in Chemistry from Soochow
University in 2020. Currently, I am a PhD student in the Aalborg University. My
research interests focus on the synthesis and application of organic
PhD student since 9/2021
His research focus is on the synthesis of conjugated materials and 2D materials for organic light-emitting electrochemical cells and supercapacitors.
Tadele Tamenu is a Guest Ph.D. student
in Ergang Wang’s group. His Ph.D. research emphasizes designing, synthesizing,
and characterization of new conjugated organic materials for
Wallenberg Academy Fellow 2017
Grant from the Swedish Energy Agency (2021-2024, 3 MSEK)
Grant from the Swedish Research Council (2020-2023, 3.6 MSEK)
Grant from the Swedish Research Council Formas (2016-2018, 3 MSEK)
Grant from the Swedish Research Council (2016-2019, 4 MSEK)
Grant from the Swedish Research Council for Research Links (2016-2018, 1.17 MSEK)
Grant from the Swedish Research Council (2012-2015, 3.7 MSEK)
Dr. Wang has been granted the MoRE fellowship by Västra Götaland.
As a co-applicant, Dr. Wang was granted a project entitled “Mastering Morphology for Solution-borne Electronics”, which has been funded with SEK 28 million by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg foundation.
Master thesis projects are available! More information can be found from Chalmers homopage!
Please contact us if you are interested.
Full list of publications can be found from Researcher ID: F-8157-2010 or
Published: Tue 03 Aug 2021.
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