Our research lab is situated in the North-East corner of Otto Maass Chemistry building (OM341) and consists of a large synthetic space (12 fumehoods), two students offices a glass-protected view of the lab, a storage room, a cold room and an instrumental room incorporating spectrometers, electrochemical stations and device fabrication/characterization equipment. Specifically, our lab has 11 large fumehoods fit for (almost) every synthetic procedure, multiple analytical balances, a glovebox, multiple rotorvaps, multiple vertical sublimation set-ups (incl. diffusion pump), multiple horizontal sublimation set-ups, a dry solvent system, two flash-chromatography systems (Biotage and Combiflash), a large chemical inventory (including a cold room and a -20C fridge), High-pressure reaction set-ups, many ovens and a furnace, centrifuges and sonicators, multiple high vacuum sublimation/evaporators for device fabrication, a device probe station, electrochemistry set-up, an optical microscope, (T-variation) UV-Vis-NIR spectrometer, fluorescence spectrometer, steady state modular spectrofluorometer (Fluorolog and Quanta-phi, TCSPC), FTIR spectrometer, SPM (STM/AFM/MFM/PFM) instrument, PEYS spectrometer, etc. We also have access to other McGill instruments such as NMR/EPR/MassSpec/XPS, QCAM/CSACS/MC2’s instruments such as PXRD/SEM/BET/Raman/TGA/TGA-FTIR-GCMS/DSC/DVS/DLS/SEC, FEMR’s electron microscopy instruments, and Compute Canada clusters.