Welcome to the Fischer Group
Felix R. Fischer is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at UC Berkeley. His research focuses on the rational design of novel organic functional materials for applications in molecular electronic devices such as field effect transistors, solar cells, and single molecule sensors. In an effort to control the structure of these materials both on the single molecule as well as on a macroscopic scale – a prerequisite for a superior performance – he takes advantage of tools derived from supramolecular chemistry and concepts identified in biologically relevant molecular recognition events. Using a newly developed highly controlled ring-opening metathesis polymerization reaction of strained alkynes the Fischer Group explores routes towards highly defined low-dimensional conjugated carbon-rich materials.
- Imaging and Tuning Molecular Levels at the Surface of a Gated Graphene Device
- Local Electronic and Chemical Structure of Oligo-acetylene Derivatives Formed Through Radical Cyclizations at a Surface
- Bottom-Up Graphene Nanoribbon Field-Effect Transistors
- Tuning the Bandgap of Graphene Nanoribbons Synthesized from Molecular Precursors
- Direct Imaging of Covalent Bond Structure in Single-Molecule Chemical Reactions
Ryan Cloke, Patrick Gorman, Cameron Rogers and Wade Perkins pass their qualifying exam. Congratulations!