Advanced soft matter and polymers make state-of-the-art technologies and products possible: you find them in batteries, fuel cells, solar panels and windmills, in your phones and TVs, and in your cars and bikes, to name but a few. The performance of these modern materials strongly depends on their morphology, i.e. their nano-and micro-organization, which connects processing conditions with physical product properties.
MORPHYS has outstanding knowledge on characterizing and interpreting the morphology of soft matter and polymers. This knowledge can be applied for better understanding the influence of processing conditions on morphology and physical product properties. Ultimately, MORPHYS will support the creation of insights on the so-called structure-property relations and help finding pathways towards high-performance materials and products.
This website is updated on October 2021