Virtual Conference on Metal-Organic Frameworks and Open Framework Compounds (MOF2020web)


In order to to engage with speakers and attendees from the worldwide community, the conference is scheduled for the following times:
(Central European Summer Time/ UTC+02:00; Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rom, Stockholm, Wien)

Monday, 21 September: 14.00-18.30h (UTC+02:00)
Tuesday, 22 September: 12.30-17.05h (UTC+02:00)
Wednesday, 23 September: 14.00-18.00h (UTC+02:00)
Thursday, 24 September: 12.30-16.30h (UTC+02:00)

In the following you can download the Programme as pdf.

Detailled programme

Monday, 21 September: 14.00-18.30h (UTC+02:00)

14.00h Welcome and Introduction

14.10h Sequences in Reticular Structures: How to Read, Write, and Edit Them
Prof. Omar Yaghi | University of California, Berkeley | USA

15.00h Advanced Electron Diffraction Techniques for Ab Initio Structure Determination and Phase Analysis of Metal-Organic Frameworks and Covalent Organic Frameworks
Prof. Xiaodong Zou | Stockholm University | S

15.35h Autonomous screening of porous materials by combining molecular simulation and machine learning
Prof. Tina Düren | University of Bath | UK

16.10h Break

16.45h MOF membranes in gas separation – supported layers contra mixed matrix, loser and winner
Prof. Jürgen Caro | Leibniz University Hannover | D

17.20h Controlled polymerization and emergent properties of 2D Covalent Organic Frameworks
Austin M. Evans | Northwestern University | USA

17.55h From Molecular to Mesoscopic Level: Pore Engineering and Its Catalytic Applications
Prof. Hong-Cai Joe Zhou | Texas A&M University, College Station | USA

18.30h End of scientifc programme (Day 1)

Tuesday, 22 September: 12.30-17.05h (UTC+02:00)

12.30h Welcome

12.35h PCP/MOF chemistry toward fourth generation (4G) compounds
Prof. Susumu Kitagawa | Kyoto University | J

13.25h Harnessing electroactivity in Metal-Organic Frameworks
Prof. Deanna M. D'Alessandro | University of Sydney | AUS

14.00h Capture of nitrogen dioxide and conversion to nitric acid in a porous metal organic framework
Jiangnan Li | The University of Manchester | UK

14.35h Break

15.05h Responsive and disordered porous frameworks: connecting microscopic and macroscopic worlds
Prof. François-Xavier Coudert | Université Paris Sciences et Lettres | F

15.55h Investigating local structures of MOFs using atomic-resolution transmission electron microscopy
Prof. Yu Han | King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal | KSA

16.30h Emergence of cooperative rotor dynamics  in metal–organic frameworks
Prof. Monique van der Veen | TU Delft | NL

17.05h End of scientifc programme (Day 2)

Wednesday, 23 September: 14.00-18.00h (UTC+02:00)

14.00h Welcome

14.05h Metal Azolate Frameworks: A Unique Class
Prof. Xiao-Ming Chen | Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou | CHN

14.55h Porous soft matter made of metal-organic polyhedra
Prof. Shuhei Furukawa | Kyoto University | J

15.30h Why antimatter matters: Using positrons for the dynamic study of pores
Dr. Cara Doherty | Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Clayton | AUS

16.05h Break

16.35h Porous Metal-Organic Framework Materials for Cleaner Air and the Environment
Prof. Martin Schröder | The University of Manchester | UK

17.25h NMR and the grand challenges in MOF research
Prof. Jeffrey Reimer, University of California, Berkeley/USA

18.00h End of scientifc programme (Day 3)

Thursday, 24 September: 12.30-16.30h (UTC+02:00)

12.30h Welcome

12.35h Coordination space with dynamic behaviors
Prof. Xian-He Bu | Nankai University, Tianjin | PRC

13.10h Application of supraparticles in catalysis
Prof. Zhiyong Tang | National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, Beijing | PRC

13.45h Metal Organic Frameworks and related composites for the catalytic conversion of small molecules
Prof. Christian Serre | Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris | F

14.20h Break

14.50h 2D frameworks as platforms for solar energy conversion and storage
Prof. Bettina Lotsch | Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart | D

15.40h Covalent Organic Frameworks: Chemistry beyond the Structure
Prof. Rahul Banerjee | Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata | IND

16.15h Closure

16.30h End of scientific pogramme

Programme as of 02 July 2020. Speakers. times and titles are subject to changes.

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