Graduate

Organic Optoelectronics Research Group
Professor Zheng-Hong Lu examines latest organic light-emitting diode (OLED) design with students from his Organic Optoelectronics Research Group. Doctoral researchers in this lab developed the world’s most efficient, flexible OLED on plastic. Say hello to impact resistant, ultra-thin, lightweight and flexible displays that are more energy-efficient and less expensive than ever before.

U of T is the number one ranked school in Canada for materials science*—learn from our world-renowned researchers to earn one of the most competitive graduate degrees in the field.

As a discipline that enables all technologies, Materials Science & Engineering at the University of Toronto is at the forefront of addressing global issues that have a direct impact on our lives today. Our cutting-edge research in advanced materials provides graduates with the tools to create technological solutions for environmental challenges such as climate change, resource depletion and energy availability.

As a world leader in materials applications and processing, our commitment to excellence fosters innovative thinking in our students, leading to the development of brilliant minds that make a global impact.

Graduate Degrees

Department at a Glance

*sources—US News & World Report: Best Global Universities 2016, National Taiwan University (NTU) Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities 2016

Research Areas & Affiliated Core Professors

Advanced Coating Technologies & Ceramics

Biomaterials & Biotechnology

Composites, Polymers & Hybrid Materials

Computational Materials Engineering

Electronic Materials & Systems

Energy Devices, Systems & Technologies

Materials Fracture & Failure

Materials Processing & Modelling

Nanomaterials & Nanotechnology

Contact MSE Graduate Studies Admissions

E: mse.grad@utoronto.ca