Dr. Toby Nelson
Office: 320M HBRC
Congratulations to Paula and Santosh!
Congratulations to Paula Hopson and Santosh Adhikari for the acceptance of their article in Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry (Oct. 2016)
Congratulations to Paula!
Congratulations to Paula Hopson for successfully completing her Ph.D. qualifying exams. (Oct. 2016)
Congratulations to Santosh!
Congratulations to Santosh Adhikari for successfully completing his Ph.D. qualifying exams. (Dec. 2016)
Congratulations to Niradha!
Congratulations to Niradha Sachinthanifor successfully completing her Ph.D. qualifying exams. (Oct. 2016)
TBDP grant recieved
Received $25,000 from the Technology Development Center for the development of non-metallic electrodes for clinical applications.
Professor Nelson’s research emphasizes the development of new organic semiconductors -electronic materials and their application in organic electronics, sensors and bioelectronics. His program covers design and synthesis of organic semiconductors, polymer chemistry, supramolecular materials, sustainable chemistry and development of bioinpired materials, biosensors and materials for energy applications. His current research interest emphasizes on the development of new bioinspired organic semiconductors based on the natural pigment, Eumelanin.