theory + experiment = fmc2 

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What are functional materials?

The importance of paradigm shift in the design process

The Laboratory of Functional Materials and Computational Chemistry (fmc2) applies both theoretical and experimental techniques to solve various problems currently facing our society, particularly in the areas of energy, environment, and biomedicine. Our current focus is to develop a low-cost hybrid/organic solar cell (dye-sensitized, organic, and perovskite) that can be readily used as a building integrated photovoltaic (BAPV/BIPV). We also design, synthesize and fabricate new catalysts for energy and environmental applications based on multinary non-noble transition metal sulfides/oxides, metal-organic frameworks and doped carbon nanodots.