Tilley has expertise in the synthesis and photophysics of organic semiconductors, and is interested in how molecular structure can be used to control how excitons are created and utilized in organic materials. His work within the centre will focus on developing new triplet sensitizers for photochemical upconversion, and near-infrared emitting dyes.

PhD in Chemistry, University of Melbourne (2012)
Graduate Certificate in Commercialisation, Melbourne Business School (2011)
BSc (Honours), University of Melbourne (2007)
Centre Research: 

Excitonic Systems for Solar Energy Conversion
Excitonic Systems for Security, Lighting and Sensing

Centre Research Themes: 
3. Excitonic Systems for Security, Lighting and Sensing


Journal Articles
Gregory, M. A.; Zhang, B.; Tilley, A. J.; Scheerlinck, T.; White, J. M.; Wong, W. Amine-Substituted Diazocine Derivatives - Synthesis, Structure, and Photophysical Properties. Helvetica Chimica Acta 2018, 101 (11), e1800146 DOI: 10.1002/hlca.201800146. doi: 10.1002/hlca.201800146