Ray’s research group focuses on modular organic donor-acceptor conjugates to develop triplet energy harvesting and adaptive materials for OLEDs, data security, and sensors. The team strives to achieve these objectives by utilizing synthetic organic chemistry, advanced spectroscopic tools, and computational calculations. Their emphasis on controlling molecular conformation has led to the realization of brilliant photophysical properties, including white light emission with high-energy triplet harvesting. These novel materials hold significant potential for future WOLED technologies and sustainable energy sources.

The group also develops TADF/RTP emitters as switches, making molecules suitable for data security, solar energy storage, and memory devices. Exploring triplet-active macrocyclic systems further extends their research into sensing and photocatalysis applications, paving the way for new advancements in material science and chemical engineering.

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