Ray’s research group focuses on modular organic donor-acceptor conjugates in developing triplet energy harvesting and adaptive materials for OLEDs, data security, and sensors. For this purpose, we use synthetic organic chemistry in conjunction with advanced spectroscopic tools and computational calculations.

Our focus on controlling molecular conformation has driven us toward realizing brilliant photophysical properties like white light emission with high-energy triplet harvesting. These novel materials can contribute to future WOLED technologies and sustainable energy sources. We are also developing visible-light-absorbing photocatalytic systems based on triplet energy harvesting.

Our group also uses RTP/TADF emitters as switches to make molecules suitable for data security, solar energy conversion, and memory devices. Triplet active macrocyclic systems are also being explored for sensing and photocatalysis applications.  

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