OMSE LAB

Laboratory of
Organic Materials
for Smart Electronics

Welcome to the Laboratory of Organic Materials for Smart Electronics at MIT!

The OMSE Lab is an interdisciplinary research group led by Prof. Aristide Gumyusenge with the goal to i) develop novel organic semiconducting materials, ii) design sustainable processing and characterization techniques to study structure-to-property relationship in solid state, and iii) fabricate/demonstrate advanced organic electronics! Through the design/selection of functional materials, formulation of manufacturing-ready inks especially for flexible electronics, we strive to enable the leap that organic materials will soon take as the future of electronic devices!

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Congrats to Heejung, Camille, and Sanket for publishing the perspective on the role of organic semiconductors for future body-machine interfaces:

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1557/s43579-022-00269-3





Aristide's invited Viewpoint on organic iono-electronic devices based on conjugated polymers is published in Accounts of Materials Research!

doi.org/10.1021/accountsmr.2c00022


Updated: Jul 5

Congrats Melissa and co-authors!







Group updates!