WP1 - Syntheses, identification, and molecular structure determination of novel luminescent MMCs [Months: 1-12].

WP1 involves the syntheses, chemical characterization, and molecular structure determination of MMCs including modern experimental techniques and theoretical structure modeling based on quantum chemical computations.


WP2 - Photophysical characterization of the new MMCs [Months: 13-24].

WP2 The deliverables of the work package will be the optical parameters of the newly-synthesized MMCs and characteristic of photophysics and the pathways of energy relaxation upon excitation.


WP3 - In-depth investigation of photophysically relevant excited states [Months: 25-36].

WP3 involves comprehensive and in-depth spectroscopic study of the relaxation dynamics and evolution of the excited-state properties as well as analysis of the correlation between the molecular structure and the photophysical properties. This study was based on thorough spectroscopic investigations on single molecules and in bulk systems. It is also planned to investigate the dependence of MMCs luminescence properties on various environments and different interface topography of rigid carrier.


 WP4 - Material engineering of MMCs with tuned photophysical properties and dedicated to specific applications and functional structures [Months: 37-48]

WP4  combined the main ideas and results of WP2 and WP3 for the material engineering of MMCs as a function of extrinsic properties, selective search of functional structures for possible applications in nanotechnology. A special attention was paid on search and selection of studied MMCs with suitable photostability, light-harvesting, and sensoric behavior.