İstanbul International Organic Electronic Symposium, İstanbul, Turkey, 2 - 04 December 2019, pp.58-61
With the increasing demand for safe and suitable energy storage devices, material researchers started to focus on improving the structure of the device with organic molecules as pseudocapacitive materials  due to their low cost, flexibility, controllable design, excellent electrochemical performance, stable redox behaviours and easy to process. Additionally, many organic conducting polymers have multifunctional properties (electrochromic, photonic and capacitive etc.) and these features can be supported to develop new technological applications. In this study, conducting polymers based on thienothiophene, dithienothiophene, and triphenylamine were used for electrochromic and energy storage applications as electrode materials.