Welcome to the new web page for the Molecular Ferroelectrics Laboratory research group.

  • We are studying organic ferroelectric materials, which have bistable spontaneous polarization, much like the inorganic ferroelectric barium titanate, but are carbon-based materials. This makes them compatible with other organic electronic technologies, like solar cells, OLED TVs, and wearable electronics. These materials are also intrinsically environmentally friendly.
  • Current research group members are hard at work investing new ideas, working in the laboratory, analyzing data, and reporting their results at conferences and in the scientific journals. 
  • Our laboratory is located in 337 Jorgensen Hall
  • Find out how YOU can be part of our team by browsing our JOBs section. 

That is all, for now. In the mean time, you can visit the far more informative web pages through the links below.   

Stephen Ducharme, Professor
Department of Physics and Astronomy 
Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience 
310F Jorgensen Hall
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0299
(402) 472-8590; (402) 472-6148 FAX
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