Welcome to the Centre for Organic Photonics & Electronics

Centre for Organic Photonics & Electronics – a joint initiative between the School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences and the School of Mathematics and Physics (Physics Discipline) includes integrated programs in experimental and theoretical condensed matter physics as well as synthetic chemistry.

The Centre is affiliated with the Faculty of Science at The University of Queensland. The Centre also co-hosts the Australian National Fabrication Facility - QLD Node (ANFF-Q). 

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News

Dr Ebinazar Namdas promoted to position of Associate Professor

COPE would like to congratulate Ebinazar Namdas for his recent promotion to the position of associate professor.

Counter Improvised Threats Grand Challenge

Dr Paul Shaw and Professor Paul Burn in collaboration with the Defence Science Technology Group have been awarded funding to develop technology to counter the ever-growing incidence of improvised threats. Over 200 proposals were submitted to the Grand Challenge, with 13 funded to support collaborative research programs across 26 different organisations.

Professor Paul Burn Wins Global Award

Professor Paul Burn, ARC Laureate Fellow and Head of the Centre for Organic Photonics & Electronics, School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences at UQ has been awarded a prestigious Helmholtz International Fellowship.
The Helmholtz International Fellowships are awarded to scientists “who have excelled in extraordinary ways in research fields that are central to the work of the Helmholtz Association”.

COPE Members Receive Poster Prizes at AUCAOS Symposium

COPE PhD students Jonathan Lai and Beta Poliquit each won a poster prize at the AUCAOS Symposium (aucaos.org.au) at Kingscliff, New South Wales.
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