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Multifunctional printed materials research group

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Research

Molecular assembly

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We explore concepts of molecular interactions in organic materials (e.g. polymers) in a 3D printing context.

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Functional Materials

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We develop functional 3D printed materials for various applications (e.g. energy conversion).

Integration

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We aim for the simultaneous integration of an object's form and function in 3D printed functional organic materials.

 
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About us

Our research group is located at the frontiers of materials chemistry and physical chemistry. The intersectionality and synergy of these fields offer us a platform with a unique dynamic that paves the way towards new technological possibilities for developing tomorrow's functional materials.

 

Our tools: Advanced characterization (spectroscopic, thermal, rheological) and preparation (3D printing) techniques and methods.

Our objective: To study the 3D printability of functional materials.

Our motivation: To push the limits of molecular self-assembly.

 

Funding

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Contact us

Audrey Laventure Research Group

B-4029 (Audrey's office)

B-4217 (Laboratory)

B-4218 (Instrumentation)

B-4293 (Student office)

Department of chemistry

Campus MIL l Université de Montréal

1375 Avenue Thérèse-Lavoie-Roux

Montreal, Quebec, H2V 0B3

Canada

 

audrey.laventure@umontreal.ca

www.laventurelab.com

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