The present project involves research and development of conducting polymer sol-gel composites for repair of conducting paths in polyceramic systems. During Phase I, we developed and carried out the synthesis of processible conducting polymers and organicinorganic hybrid sol-gel materials. Sol-gel composite materials prepared during Phase I have high electrical conductivity ca. 30 Scm and adhere strongly on the surface of ceramic materials. The conductivity of ITO glass was the same as its original value after repairing a crack with these sol-gel composites. Conductive sol-gel composites can be prepared with a very small amount of processible conducting polymers, ca. 3. Composites with high concentration of conducting polymers 70 - 90, however, showed better stability. Sol-gel metal oxides and conducting polymers are also ideal electrode materials for the fabrication of multilayer capacitors and rechargeable batteries. Upon completion of the present work, it is evident that the feasibility of the technology proposed for repairing conducting paths in polyceramic systems was demonstrated.