The EuroMOF conferences are biannual meetings in Europe bringing together experts from academia and industry in the fields of Metal-Organic Frameworks and Porous Polymers. The conference series is initiated by DECHEMA, who is also the owner of the conference series name.
Together with the International Scientific Committee (ISC), DECHEMA maintains the quality of the series. The current International Scientific Committeee was elected during the 3rd EuroMOF conference in Paris. Philip Llewellyn was appointed as new chairmen by the ISC. The results of the vote are displayed at International Scientific Committee.
The 4th EuroMOF took place from 13-15 September 2021 as virtual event. The conference was organised by Jagiellonian University, Krakow. For further information please have a look at the conference homepage.
The 5th EuroMOF will take place in Granada/Spain.
Avci, Prof. Seda Keskin, Koc University Istanbul/ Turkey
Colombo, Prof. Valentina, Institution Iniversità degli Studi, Italy
Dietzel, Prof. Pascal, University of Bergen/ Norway
Falcaro, Prof. Dr. Paolo, Graz University of Technology/ Austria
Froudakis, Prof. Dr. George E., University of Crete/ Greece
Kaskel, Prof. Dr. Stefan, TU Dresden/ Germany
Lillerud, Prof. Karl Petter, University of Oslo/ Norway
Llabres I Xamena, Prof. Dr. Francesc X., Technical University of Valencia/ Spain
Llewellyn, Dr. Philip, TOTAL, Pau/ France (chairperson)
Matoga, Prof. Dariusz, Jagiellonian University, Krakow/ Poland
Maurin, Prof. Guillaume, Université Montpellier/ France
Ranocchiari, Dr. Marco, ETH Zurich/ Switzerland
Rodriguez Navarro, Prof. Dr. Jorge Andres, Universidad de Granada/ Spain
Tan, Prof. Jin-Chong, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Thomas, Prof. Dr. Arne, TU Berlin/ Germany
Trikalitis, Dr. Pantelis, University of Crete, Greece
van der Veen, Prof. Dr. Monique A., Delft University of Technology/ The Netherlands
For further information on the responsibilities and and election process, please download our Guidelines
Metal-Organic Frameworks and Porous Polymers are an important new class of highly nanoporous materials with extremely high specific surface areas (above 6000 m2/g) exceeding that of traditional porous solids (zeolites, activated carbon). The modular construction principles render this class of materials as ideal for tailor made applications in gas storage, energy storage, separation, environmental protection, sensing and biology etc.
Topics of the EuroMOF conferences are:
• Nanoporous Materials: MOFs, COFs, PIMs, PAFs, ZIFs, PCP, CTF, ...
• Synthesis and Characterisation
• Adsorption, Gas Storage, Separation
• Catalysis, Photocatalysis
• Optical Properties, Sensing
• Biological Functions