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A 1.01
Post-synthetic amine functionalization of MOFs for post-combustion CO2 capture
Poster 1) Novel Materials, Synthesis, Composites
A. Justin Presenter EPFL Valais WallisJ. Espín EPFL Valais WallisT. Schertenleib EPFL Valais WallisO. Trukhina EPFL Valais WallisI. Kochetygov EPFL Valais WallisW. Queen EPFL Valais Wallis
A 1.02
Novel hybrid composites comprising metal-organic frameworks and inorganic glasses
Poster 1) Novel Materials, Synthesis, Composites
A. Chester Presenter Department of Material Science & Metallurgy, University of CambridgeC. Castillo Blas Department of Material Science & Metallurgy, University of CambridgeB. Rodrigues University JenaL. Wondraczek University JenaD. Keen ISIS Facility, Rutherford Appleton LaboratoryT. Bennett Department of Material Science & Metallurgy, University of Cambridge
A 1.03
Unraveling the Molecular Mechanism of MIL-53(Al) Crystallization
Poster 1) Novel Materials, Synthesis, Composites
D. Salionov Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI)O. Semivrazhskaya ETH ZürichN. Casati Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI)M. Ranocchiari Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI)S. Bjelić Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI)R. Verel ETH ZürichJ. van Bokhoven ETH ZürichV. Sushkevich Presenter Paul Sherrer Institute
A 1.05
ABX3 Molecular Perovskites as Barocalorics
Poster 1) Novel Materials, Synthesis, Composites
S. Kronawitter Presenter Technical University of MunichG. Kieslich Technical University of Munich
A 1.06
Quantum dot-decorated COF/MOF hybrid materials: synthesis and characterization
Poster 1) Novel Materials, Synthesis, Composites
D. Górzyński Presenter University of GdanskB. Bajorowicz University of GdanskA. Zaleska-Medynska University of Gdansk
A 1.07
Naphthalene-Tagged Highly Stable and Reusable Luminescent and Structurally Diverse Zn(II) and Cd(II) based Metal-Organic Probes for Fast and Selective Detection of 4-Nitroaniline in Water
Poster 1) Novel Materials, Synthesis, Composites
A. Chanda Presenter Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Mohali
A 1.08
High Entropy Organic-Inorganic Framework Materials as Electrocatalyst
Poster 1) Novel Materials, Synthesis, Composites
A. Roy Presenter BAM - Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfungF. Emmerling BAM - Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfungB. Bhattacharya BAM - Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung
A 1.10
Unveiling the Impact of Diverse Morphology of Ionic Porous Organic Polymer with Mechanistic Insight on the Ultrafast and Selective Removal of Toxic Pollutants from Water
Poster 1) Novel Materials, Synthesis, Composites
W. Mandal Presenter Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune
A 1.100
SURMOF-Linker based on Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
L. Langer Presenter Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology (KIT)
A 1.101
Applications-led inline analysis for the optimisation and continuous production of HKUST-1
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
M. Clark Presenter University of Southampton, School of Chemistry, University Road, Southampton SO17 1BJ, United Kingdom 4D. Bradshaw University of Southampton, School of Chemistry, University Road, Southampton SO17 1BJ, United Kingdom 4A. Nightingale University of Southampton, School of Chemistry, University Road, Southampton SO17 1BJ, United Kingdom 4
A 1.102
Mechanochemistry for clean and rapid synthesis and transformation of functional MOFs
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
K. Užarević Presenter Ruđer Bošković InstituteB. Karadeniz Ruđer Bošković InstituteV. Martinez Ruđer Bošković InstituteI. Brekalo Ruđer Bošković InstituteT. Stolar Ruđer Bošković Institute
A 1.103
The influence of synthesis conditions on Metal-Organic Frameworks
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
M. Kroczewska Presenter Gdańsk University of TechnologyJ. Łuczak Gdańsk University of TechnologyM. Zalewski Gdańsk University of TechnologyM. Baluk University of GdańskP. Mazierski University of GdańskA. Zaleska-Medynska University of Gdańsk
A 1.104
Hierarchical and Hollow Metal-Organic Framework Microparticles Assembled via a Self-Templated Method: ligand-induced Enhanced photoactivity of Derived Nanocomposite
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
K. Sharma Presenter Indian Institute of Technology Mandi R. Kaushik Indian Institute of Technology Mandi P. Siril Indian Institute of Technology Mandi
A 1.105
Ce-UiO-67 containing metal-chelating linkers: optimizing the synthesis towards catalytic applications
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
V. Finelli Presenter Istituto Universitario degli Studi Superiori (IUSS) & University of TurinB. Centrella University of TurinG. Deplano University of TurinN. Porcaro University of TurinM. Bonomo University of TurinM. Signorile University of TurinF. Bonino University of TurinC. Barolo University of TurinS. Bordiga University of Turin
A 1.107
A flexible square lattice coordination network for efficient removal of propyne from propylene
Poster 1.02 Porous Coordination Polymers
M. Gao Presenter University of Limerick
A 1.108
Cyclotriveratrylene-based Coordination Polymers for Dye Uptake
Poster 1.02 Porous Coordination Polymers
M. Snelgrove Presenter University of LeedsM. Hardie University of Leeds
A 1.110
Design and Synthesis of Novel Architectures of Covalent Organic Frameworks
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
S. Xie Presenter National University o SingaporeD. Jiang National University o Singapore
A 1.111
A Statistical Representation of Stacking Disorder in Layered Covalent Organic Frameworks
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
Y. Zhang Presenter M. Položij TU DresdenT. Heine TU Dresden
A 1.112
Covalent organic framework discovery for photocatalysis
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
B. Mouriño Presenter EPFLA. Ortega-Guerrero EPFLK. Jablonka EPFLB. Smit EPFL
A 1.113
Geometric Frustration in a Covalent Organic Framework by using a C5-symmetrical Linker
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
F. Haase Presenter Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
A 1.114
An Approach Towards Molecular Sieving COFs
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
S. Savani Presenter Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Otto-Schott-Institut für MaterialforschungO. Smirnova Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Otto-Schott-Institut für MaterialforschungL. Wondraczek Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Otto-Schott-Institut für MaterialforschungA. Knebel Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Otto-Schott-Institut für Materialforschung
A 1.115
Structure-property relationships of optically active COFs
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
E. Dautzenberg Presenter Wageningen University & ResearchM. Lam Wageningen University & ResearchT. Nikolaeva Wageningen University & ResearchW. Franssen Wageningen University & ResearchB. van Lagen Wageningen University & ResearchG. Li Wageningen University & ResearchL. de Smet Wageningen University & Research
A 1.116
A 1.117
Electrical Conductivity Enhancement and Tunable Optical Properties of a New Family of Perylene-based Metal-Organic Framework
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
G. Valente Presenter University of AveiroF. Paz University of AveiroJ. Rocha University of AveiroM. Souto University of Aveiro
A 1.118
Synthesis of Porous Materials based on Metallated Corroles for Carbon Monoxide Detection
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
J. Yang Université Bourgogne Franche-ComtéL. André Presenter Université Bourgogne Franche-ComtéN. Desbois Université Bourgogne Franche-ComtéS. Brandès Université Bourgogne Franche-ComtéM. Vanotti Université Bourgogne Franche-ComtéS. Poisson Université Bourgogne Franche-ComtéV. Blondeau-Patissier Université Bourgogne Franche-ComtéC. Gros Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté
A 1.119
Benzo[d]imidazole-based chiral covalent organic frameworks
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
T. He Nanyang Technological UniversityY. Zhao Presenter Nanyang Technological University
A 1.12
Opening the Black Box: Understanding the Self-Assembly of Metal-Organic Frameworks at High Concentrations
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
P. Milner Presenter Cornell University
A 1.120
A 1.121
Redox-active and electrically conductive thienothiophene thienoisoindigo-based covalent organic frameworks
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
K. Muggli Presenter Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München (LMU)L. Spies Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München (LMU)D. Bessinger Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München (LMU)F. Auras University of CambridgeT. Bein Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München (LMU)
A 1.122
A Porous, Crystalline, Thiaborinane Covalent-Organic Framework
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
K. Garcia Alvarez Presenter Technische Universität DresdenM. Springer Helmholtz Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf / TU DresdenA. Khan Technische Universität DresdenL. Shupletsov Technische Universität DresdenA. De Technische Universität DresdenA. Asteriadis Technische Universität DresdenK. Merkel Technische Universität MünchenS. Haldar Technische Universität DresdenF. Ortmann Technische Universität MünchenE. Brunner Technische Universität DresdenT. Heine Technische Universität DresdenA. Kuc Technische Universität DresdenA. Schneemann Technische Universität Dresden
A 1.123
Highly Crystalline 2D Conjugated Dibenzo[g,p]chrysene-Based Large-Pore Kagome Covalent Organic Frameworks
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
T. Xue Presenter University of Munich (LMU)D. Medina University of Munich (LMU)T. Bein University of Munich (LMU)
A 1.124
Interweaving 2-dimensional covalent organic frameworks using calix[4]arene supramolecular synthon
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
B. Garai Presenter New York University Abu DhabiA. Trabolsi New York University Abu Dhabi
A 1.125
Protonated Imine‐Linked Covalent Organic Frameworks for Photocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
J. Yang Presenter Technische Universität Berlin / Institut für ChemieA. Thomas Technische Universität Berlin / Institut für Chemie
A 1.126
Influence of the linkage on the electrical conductivity of Tetrathiafulvalene-based Covalent Organic Frameworks
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
P. Ferreira Presenter University of AveiroG. Valente Presenter University of AveiroK. Strutynski University of AveiroM. Melle-Franco University of AveiroT. Bein University of Munich (LMU)M. Souto University of Aveiro
A 1.127
Incorporation of Pt Nanoclusters into Covalent Organic Frameworks: A Strategy to Design Photoelectrodes for Water Splitting
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
K. Paliusyte Presenter Fakultät für Chemie und Pharmazie, LMU München
A 1.128
Controllable Synthesis of All-carbon Linked 3D COF Films for Organic Heterojunctions
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
Y. Yang Presenter University of GothenburgC. Schäfer University of GothenburgK. Börjesson University of Gothenburg
A 1.129
Integrating Dual-functionality and Ultrastability in Covalent Organic Frameworks via One Pot Multicomponent Reaction for Solar-Driven H2O2 Production
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
P. Das Presenter TU Berlin, Department of ChemistryA. Thomas TU Berlin
A 1.13
Genetically-engineered peptides for MOFs
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
S. Lymperopoulou University of SouthamptonS. Hoff University of Colorado BoulderA. Sola-Rabada Nottingham Trent UniversityM. Michaelis Nottingham Trent UniversityI. Efimov Nottingham Trent UniversityZ. Westcott Nottingham Trent UniversityM. Chiacchia University of SouthamptonI. Willimott University of SouthamptonH. Heinz University of Colorado BoulderC. Perry Nottingham Trent UniversityD. Bradshaw Presenter University of Southampton
A 1.130
Functional Macro/Micro–Covalent Organic Framework for Enzyme dependent Cofactor Encapsulation
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
Y. Ziouani Presenter TU Berlin, Department of Chemistry
A 1.131
Chemical and solvent assisted exfoliation of 2D Covalent organic frameworks towards processable nanosheets
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
A. De Presenter Dresden University of TechnologyE. Cihan Dresden University of TechnologyL. Shupletsov Dresden University of TechnologyG. Cuniberti Dresden University of TechnologyS. Kaskel Dresden University of TechnologyA. Schneemann Dresden University of Technology
A 1.132
Antiaromatic Covalent Organic Frameworks for Energy Material Applications
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
J. Sprachmann Presenter Humboldt Universität zu BerlinT. Wachsmuth Humboldt Universität zu BerlinD. Burmeister Humboldt Universität zu BerlinM. Bhosale Universität UlmB. Esser Universität UlmO. Dumele Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
A 1.133
Narrowing the bandgaps in D-A COFs to enable metal-free photocatalytic water splitting
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
H. Yu Presenter TU DresdenT. Heine TU Dresden
A 1.134
Using Sound to Synthesize Covalent Organic Frameworks in Water
Poster 1.03 Covalent Organic Frameworks
W. Zhao Presenter University of LiverpoolP. Yan University of LiverpoolH. Yang University of LiverpoolM. Bahri University of LiverpoolA. James University of LiverpoolH. Chen University of LiverpoolL. Liu University of LiverpoolB. Li University of LiverpoolZ. Pang University of LiverpoolR. Clowes University of LiverpoolN. Browning University of LiverpoolJ. Ward University of LiverpoolY. Wu University of LiverpoolA. Cooper University of Liverpool
A 1.135
Synthetic Porous Melanin Toward Chemical Warfare Agent Adsorption and Remediation
Poster 1.04 Porous Polymers
Z. Siwicka Presenter Northwestern UniversityF. Son Northwestern UniversityC. Battistella Northwestern UniversityM. Moore Naval Research LaboratoryJ. Korpanty Northwestern UniversityN. McCallum Northwestern UniversityZ. Wang Naval Research LaboratoryB. Johnson Naval Research LaboratoryO. Farha Northwestern UniversityN. Gianneschi Northwestern University
A 1.136
Chiral Coordination Polymers with L-Alanine-based 1,2,4-Triazolyl Benzoate Linkers
Poster 1.05 Framework Materials
H. Krautscheid Presenter Universität LeipzigO. Erhart Universität Leipzig
A 1.137
Tin-Organic Frameworks as Catalysts for Epimerization of Monosaccharides in Aqueous Solutions
Poster 1.05 Framework Materials
I. Delidovich Presenter TU WienA. Hoffmann RWTH Aaachen UniversityM. Rose TU Darmstadt
A 1.138
Porous salts containing unprecedented cationic Al24-hydroxide clusters from a scalable, green synthesis route
Poster 1.07 Non-Covalent Porous Materials
B. Achenbach Presenter Kiel UniversityN. Stock Kiel UniversityE. Svensson Grape University of StockholmA. Inge University of Stockholm
A 1.139
Beyond Random Self-Assembly: Multivariate Porous Platform Based on Metal-Organic Polyhedra
Poster 1.08 Porous Molecular Solids, Molecular Cages
D. Nam Presenter Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)J. Kim Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)E. Hwang Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)J. Nam Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)H. Jeong Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)T. Kwon Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)W. Choe Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)
A 1.14
High-throughput Computational Screening of MOFs, COFs, IL/MOF, and MOF/polymer Composites for CH4/N2 Separation
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
H. Gulbalkan Presenter Koç University
A 1.140
Switchable MOP solubility through surface chemistry: engineering molecular self-sorting systems
Poster 1.08 Porous Molecular Solids, Molecular Cages
L. Hernández-López Presenter Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), CSIC, and The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST), Chemistry Department of Autonomous University of BarcelonaA. Cortés-Martínez Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), CSIC, and The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST), Chemistry Department of Autonomous University of BarcelonaJ. Martínez-Esaín Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), CSIC, and The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST)T. Grancha Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), CSIC, and The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST)T. Parella Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Service of Autonomous University of BarcelonaJ. Faraudo Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC)A. Carné-Sánchez Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), CSIC, and The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST), Chemistry Department of Autonomous University of BarcelonaD. Maspoch Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), CSIC, and The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST), Chemistry Department of Autonomous University of Barcelona, ICREA
A 1.141
Supramolecular coordination polymers based on lantern-type metal-organic cages
Poster 1.08 Porous Molecular Solids, Molecular Cages
E. Sánchez-González Presenter Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México/Instituto de Investigaciones en MaterialesG. Craig University of StrathclydeF. Haase Martin-Luther-University Halle-WittenbergT. Tateishi Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences, Kyoto UniversityP. Larpent Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences, Kyoto UniversityA. Carné-Sánchez Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), CSIC, and The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST)S. Tokuda Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences, Kyoto UniversityY. Colón University of Notre DameS. Furukawa Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences, Kyoto University
A 1.142
SO₂ Capture and Fluorimetric Detection by a Copper(II)-based MOP
Poster 1.08 Porous Molecular Solids, Molecular Cages
A. LOPEZ Presenter Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
A 1.143
Mechanochemically Synthesised Dicyanamide Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Perovskites and their Melt-Quenched Glasses
Poster 1.09 Glasses
L. McHugh Presenter University of CambridgeM. Thorne University of CambridgeA. Chester University of CambridgeM. Etter Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron DESYK. Užarević Ruđer Bošković InstituteT. Bennett University of Cambridge
A 1.144
Exploration of glassy state in Prussian blue analogues
Poster 1.09 Glasses
N. Ma Presenter Kyoto UniversityS. Horike Kyoto University
A 1.145
High-quality ZIF-62 glass for gas separation
Poster 1.09 Glasses
O. Smirnova Presenter Friedrich-Schiller-University JenaV. Nozari Friedrich-Schiller-University JenaS. Savani Friedrich-Schiller-University JenaL. Wondraczek Friedrich-Schiller-University JenaA. Knebel Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena
A 1.146
ZIF-8 derived MOF glasses with high microporosity
Poster 1.09 Glasses
W. Xue Presenter Technische Uni­ver­si­tät Dort­mundS. Henke Technische Uni­ver­si­tät Dort­mund
A 1.147
Organic modification of zeolitic imidazolate framework glasses: From defect creation to charge transfer
Poster 1.09 Glasses
J. Weiss Presenter TU DortmundS. Henke TU Dortmund
A 1.148
Quantification of gas-accessible microporosity in metal-organic framework glasses
Poster 1.09 Glasses
L. Frentzel-Beyme Presenter Technische Universität DortmundP. Kolodzeiski Technische Universität DortmundJ. Weiß Technische Universität DortmundS. Henke Technische Universität Dortmund
A 1.149
Alkali-Ion-Modified Zeolitic Imidazolate Framework Glasses
Poster 1.09 Glasses
P. Kolodzeiski Presenter TU DortmundL. Richter TU DortmundJ. Weiss TU DortmundS. Henke TU Dortmund
A 1.15
Hydrophobicity and Vapour Adsorption Studies of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
P. Iacomi Presenter Surface Measurement Systems
A 1.150
The Thermal Properties of Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Perovskites (HOIPs)
Poster 1.09 Glasses
C. Ye Presenter University of CambridgeL. McHugh University of CambridgeS. Dutton University of CambridgeT. Bennett University of Cambridge
A 1.151
Nanocomposite composed of metal sulfide and a water-stable metal—organic framework for colorimetric detection of hydrogen peroxide
Poster 1.10 Nanocomposites
Y. Chen Presenter National Cheng Kung UniversityY. Chen National Cheng Kung UniversityY. Wang National Cheng Kung UniversityT. Chang National Cheng Kung UniversityC. Shen National Cheng Kung UniversityC. Kung National Cheng Kung University
A 1.153
Gold nanoparticle encapsulated monolithic ZIF-67 as CO2 photoreduction photocatalyst
Poster 1.10 Nanocomposites
T. Tian Presenter Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus, London, SW7 2AZ, UKJ. Xu Department of Materials, Imperial College LondonA. Abdolazizi The University of QueenslandC. Ji Department of Materials, Imperial College Londonj. Hou The University of QueenslandJ. Riley Department of Materials, Imperial College LondonC. Yan The University of QueenslandM. Ryan Department of Materials, Imperial College LondonF. Xie Department of Materials, Imperial College LondonC. Petit Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus, London, SW7 2AZ, UK
A 1.154
HKUST-1@GO monoliths with improved thermal and mechanical properties
Poster 1.10 Nanocomposites
J. Farrando-Perez Presenter University of Alicante
A 1.155
Atom-precise nanoclusters encapsulated in metal-organic frameworks for electrocatalytic applications
Poster 1.10 Nanocomposites
K. Kollmannsberger Presenter Technical University MunichA. Bandarenka Technical University MunichJ. Warnan Technical University MunichR. Fischer Technical University Munich
A 1.156
Synthesis and Characterisation of CALF-20/GO nanocomposites for microwave assisted adsorbate regeneration
Poster 1.10 Nanocomposites
R. Ayaz Presenter Otto-v.-Guericke-UniversityZ. Wang Max-Planck Institut for Dynamics of Complex Technical SystemsA. Lieb Otto-v.-Guericke-UniversityK. Sundmacher Max-Planck Institut for Dynamics of Complex Technical SystemsF. Scheffler Otto-v.-Guericke-University
A 1.157
Two-dimensional (2D) Functional MOF/QDN Based Composite Materials as Versatile Platforms for Advanced Environmental and Energy-based Applications
Poster 1.10 Nanocomposites
A. Karmakar Presenter Drexel UniversityM. Barsoum Drexel University
A 1.158
Electrospinning of Metal-Organic-Frameworks into Nanofiber Architectures for gas separation and air filters
Poster 1.10 Nanocomposites
A. Kaiser Presenter Technical University of Denmark (DTU)A. Nambi Technical University of DenmarkR. Ettlinger University of St. AndrewsY. Zhao Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
A 1.159
Development of Nanocomposites with Adaptive Mechanical Properties: Light-Degradable Nanoporous Filler Particles in Silicone
Poster 1.10 Nanocomposites
F. Klodwig Presenter Leibniz Universität HannoverL. Finck Technische Universität BraunschweigT. Herrmann Leibniz Universität HannoverK. Nolte Leibniz Universität HannoverS. Noyun Leibniz Universität HannoverH. Menzel Technische Universität BraunschweigP. Behrens Leibniz Universität Hannover
A 1.16
SIMOF-3: Controlling Access to the Internal Pore Environment via a Turnstile Type Mechanism
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
R. Main Presenter University of St AndrewsR. Morris University of St Andrews
A 1.160
A 1.162
Two-Dimensional Coordination Polymers with Curcuminoid Ligands
Poster 1.12 2D-Materials
M. Soler Presenter University of ChileA. Campos University of ChileJ. Iribarra-Araya Universidad de Chile L. Rodriguez-Cid Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC)M. Surós-Roman Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC)W. Qian Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC)N. Parra University of ChileC. Domingo Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC)N. Aliaga-Alcalde Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC) y ICREA
A 1.163
Metal Phosphonate MOFs as Novel Consolidants for Cultural Heritage Artefacts
Poster 1.13 Surface Chemistry
K. Demadis Presenter University of CreteE. Armakola University of Crete
A 1.164
Targeting surface spin-crossover coordination networks via electrospray ionization deposition
Poster 1.13 Surface Chemistry
N. Suryadevara Presenter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/ Institute of NanotechnologyB. Schoof Technical University of MunichD. Meier Technical University of MunichA. Walz Technical University of MunichA. Huettig Technical University of MunichJ. Reichert Technical University of MunichS. Klyatskaya Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/ Institute of NanotechnologyA. Papageorgiou Technical University of MunichM. Ruben Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/ Institute of NanotechnologyJ. Barth Technical University of Munich
A 1.165
Shaped Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Catalyst Materials Based on Highly Crosslinked Porous BINAP Polymers for FA Decomposition
Poster 1.14 Thin Films
S. Seidel Presenter RWTH Aachen UniversityP. Hausoul RWTH Aachen UniversityR. Palkovits RWTH Aachen University
A 1.166
Direct growth of MOFs on silicon surfaces
Poster 1.14 Thin Films
W. Fu CNRS - ECole Polytechnique - IP ParisH. Yuan CNRS - ECole Polytechnique - IP ParisN. Soulmi CNRS - ECole Polytechnique - IP ParisM. Rosso CNRS - ECole Polytechnique - IP ParisC. Henry de Villeneuve Presenter CNRS - Ecole Polytechnique -IPP
A 1.167
Processing Titanium-Organic Frameworks as thin films: nanoparticles and metal-induced transformations
Poster 1.14 Thin Films
M. Romero Angel Presenter Universitat de ValènciaJ. Castells Gil Universitat de ValènciaV. Rubio-Giménez KU Leuven, ​Centre for Membrane Separations, Adsorption, Catalysis and Spectroscopy for Sustainable SolutionsR. Ameloot KU Leuven, ​Centre for Membrane Separations, Adsorption, Catalysis and Spectroscopy for Sustainable SolutionsS. Tatay Universitat de ValènciaC. Martí-Gastaldo Universitat de València
A 1.168
Environmentally benign scalable sorption-vapor synthesis of mechanically robust MOF-polymer composites for reactive toxin protection
Poster 1.14 Thin Films
S. Morgan North Carolina State UniversityM. Willis North Carolina State UniversityG. Peterson U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Command Chemical Biological CenterJ. Mahle U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Command Chemical Biological CenterG. Parsons Presenter North Carolina State University
A 1.169
Aerosol jet printing of the ultramicroporous calcium squarate metal-organic framework
Poster 1.14 Thin Films
D. Kravchenko Presenter KU Leuven, ​Centre for Membrane Separations, Adsorption, Catalysis and Spectroscopy for Sustainable SolutionsA. Matavž KU Leuven, ​Centre for Membrane Separations, Adsorption, Catalysis and Spectroscopy for Sustainable SolutionsV. Rubio-Giménez KU Leuven, ​Centre for Membrane Separations, Adsorption, Catalysis and Spectroscopy for Sustainable SolutionsH. Vanduffel KU Leuven, ​Centre for Membrane Separations, Adsorption, Catalysis and Spectroscopy for Sustainable SolutionsM. Verstreken KU Leuven, ​Centre for Membrane Separations, Adsorption, Catalysis and Spectroscopy for Sustainable SolutionsR. Ameloot KU Leuven, ​Centre for Membrane Separations, Adsorption, Catalysis and Spectroscopy for Sustainable Solutions
A 1.17
A 1.170
Hierarchical mesoporous metallic and oxide films fabricated by magnetron sputtering
Poster 1.14 Thin Films
J. Zawadzki Łukasiewicz Research Network - Institute of Microelectronics and PhotonicsM. Wzorek Łukasiewicz Research Network - Institute of Microelectronics and PhotonicsK. Ćwik Łukasiewicz Research Network - Institute of Microelectronics and PhotonicsM. Borysiewicz Presenter Łukasiewicz Research Network - Institute of Microelectronics and Photonics
A 1.171
Tunable Emission in Lanthanide-SURMOFs Heteroepitaxial Thin Films: White Light Emission and Thermometer
Poster 1.14 Thin Films
D. Chen Presenter Karisruhe Institute of technology
A 1.172
ZIF-62 derived hybrid glass thin films
Poster 1.14 Thin Films
O. Sisman Presenter FunGlass Research CenterO. Smirnova Friedrich Schiller University JenaS. Savani Friedrich Schiller University JenaV. Nozari Friedrich Schiller University JenaJ. Velazquez Garcia FunGlass Research CenterD. Galusek FunGlass Research CenterA. Knebel Friedrich Schiller University JenaL. Wondraczek Friedrich Schiller University Jena
A 1.173
Fe-BDC MOF thin layers for the passivation of Si anode in Li-ion batteries
Poster 1.14 Thin Films
N. Soulmi Chibani CNRS - Ecole Polytechnique - IPPW. Fu Presenter CNRS - Ecole Polytechnique - IPPF. Ozanam CNRS - Ecole Polytechnique - IPPM. Rosso CNRS - Ecole Polytechnique - IPPC. Henry de Villeneuve CNRS - Ecole Polytechnique - IPP
A 1.174
Analysis of Multi-layer Thin Film Structures of Metal Hexacyanometallates
Poster 1.14 Thin Films
L. Harms Presenter Carl von Ossietzky University OldenburgG. Wittstock Presenter Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
A 1.175
A 1.176
Hydropyrolysis – a way toward previously unattainable MOF-mediated materials
Poster 1.16 MOF-derived functional materials (MOFs as Precursors)
I. Khan Presenter King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / KAUST Catalysis CenterL. Garzon-Tovar King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / KAUST Catalysis CenterS. Ould-Chikh King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / KAUST Catalysis CenterG. Shterk King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / KAUST Catalysis CenterT. Shoinkhorova King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / KAUST Catalysis CenterM. Caglayan King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / KAUST Catalysis CenterA. Ramirez King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / KAUST Catalysis CenterJ. Cerrillo King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / KAUST Catalysis CenterD. Poloneeva King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / KAUST Catalysis CenterJ. Gascon King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / KAUST Catalysis Center
A 1.177
Single-Atom Catalyst supported on a bioMOF
Poster 1.16 MOF-derived functional materials (MOFs as Precursors)
P. Escamilla Berenguer Presenter University of ValenciaJ. Ferrando Soria University of ValenciaE. Pardo Marín University of ValenciaD. Armentano Università della Calabria
A 1.178
Synthesis of N-doped carbon electrocatalysts derived from MOF-5
Poster 1.16 MOF-derived functional materials (MOFs as Precursors)
Y. Shu Presenter Osaka UniversityY. Taniguchi Osaka UniversityK. Miyake Osaka UniversityY. Uchida Osaka UniversityN. Nishiyama Osaka University
A 1.179
Metal Oxide Materials Generated by Pyrolysis and Calcination of MOF Systems - Hierarchical Pore Structure and Surface-Bound Micro- and Nano-Particles
Poster 1.16 MOF-derived functional materials (MOFs as Precursors)
F. Mertens Presenter Technische Universität Bergakademie FreibergB. Störr Technische Universität Bergakademie FreibergB. Berger Technische Universität Bergakademie FreibergD. Steinbach Technische Universität Bergakademie FreibergA. Lißner Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg
A 1.18
Resistance of Polycrystalline Metal-Organic Framework Powders and Membranes in Organic Acids and Bases
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
Y. Duan Presenter National University of SingaporeD. Zhao National University of Singapore
A 1.180
Cu-functionalised porous boron nitride derived from metal-organic framework as CO₂ photoreduction photocatalyst
Poster 1.16 MOF-derived functional materials (MOFs as Precursors)
T. Tian Presenter Imperial College LondonJ. Xu Department of Materials, Imperial College LondonY. Xiong Universidad Autónoma de MadridN. Ramanan Diamond Light Source LtdM. Ryan Department of Materials, Imperial College LondonF. Xie Department of Materials, Imperial College LondonC. Petit Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus, London, SW7 2AZ, UK
A 1.181
Multimetallic Porphyrinic Metal-Organic Frameworks As Precursors Of Supported Metal Nanoalloys
Poster 1.16 MOF-derived functional materials (MOFs as Precursors)
R. Gil San Millan Presenter University of WroclawM. Pander University of WroclawE. Stachura University of WroclawW. Bury University of Wroclaw
A 1.182
MOF-templated Porous Parylene Particles Synthesis via Chemical Vapor Polymerization
Poster 1.16 MOF-derived functional materials (MOFs as Precursors)
S. Begum Presenter Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology (KIT)S. Bräse Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology (KIT)W. Wenzel Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology (KIT)J. Lahann Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology (KIT)M. Tsotsalas Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology (KIT)
A 1.183
Carbon-Based Hybrid Materials Derived from Metal-Organic Framework and Bacterial Cellulose Composites for Electrochemical Applications
Poster 1.16 MOF-derived functional materials (MOFs as Precursors)
M. Balkan Eskisehir Technical UniversityO. Ziylan Necmettin Erbakan UniversityH. Ipekci Necmettin Erbakan UniversityA. Uzunoglu Necmettin Erbakan UniversityM. Erkartal Abdullah Gul UniversityU. Sen Presenter Eskisehir Technical University
A 1.184
Investigation of the thermokinetics of the decomposition of mixed metal Zr/W UiO66-type MOF materials for the formation of hybrid oxides ZrO₂@WO₂
Poster 1.16 MOF-derived functional materials (MOFs as Precursors)
C. Fotsop Presenter Otto-v.-Guericke-UniversityA. Lieb Otto-v.-Guericke-UniversityF. Scheffler Otto-v.-Guericke-University
A 1.185
Homoporous hybrid membranes containing metal-organic cages for CO2 separation
Poster 1.17 Membranes
Z. Yang Presenter National University of Singapore
A 1.186
A 1.187
Selective Ion Sieving and Disorder in Membranes Constructed from Two-Dimensional Covalent Organic Frameworks
Poster 1.17 Membranes
B. Parkinson Presenter University of WyomingJ. Hoberg University of Wyoming
A 1.188
Upgrading the CO₂ separation with novel Covalent Organic Framework-based Mixed Matrix Membranes
Poster 1.17 Membranes
A. Nabais Presenter LAQV, REQUIMTE / Faculty of Science and Technology, NOVA University of Lisbon, FCT-UNLP. Ortiz Albo LAQV, REQUIMTE / Faculty of Science and Technology, NOVA University of Lisbon, FCT-UNLV. Diniz UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de JaneiroL. Rodrigues UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de JaneiroS. Freitas UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de JaneiroP. Mothé-Esteves UFRJ - Universidade Federal do Rio de JaneiroL. Branco LAQV, REQUIMTE / Faculty of Science and Technology, NOVA University of Lisbon, FCT-UNLL. Neves LAQV, REQUIMTE / Faculty of Science and Technology, NOVA University of Lisbon, FCT-UNL
A 1.189
Growth of ZIF-8 on 3D printed ceramic structure for gas separation
Poster 1.17 Membranes
S. Rana Presenter Friedrich-Schiller-University JenaO. Smirnova Friedrich-Schiller-University JenaS. Savani Friedrich-Schiller-University JenaL. Wondraczek Friedrich-Schiller-University JenaA. Knebel Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena
A 1.19
Multifunctional Metal-Organic-Frameworks as filler for high performance PEO-based All-Solid-State battery
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
K. Jeong Jae Presenter Sungkyunkwan Univ. (SKKU)Y. Won Seok Sungkyunkwan Univ. (SKKU)A. Cheol Hyoun Sungkyunkwan Univ. (SKKU)C. Hyung Koun Sungkyunkwan Univ. (SKKU)
A 1.190
A 1.191
Formation of a Three-Dimensional Polyrotaxane Metal-Organic Framework by a [2+2] Cycloaddition Reaction between Wheels
Poster 1.18 Postsynthetic modification
H. Ju Gyeongsang National UniversityM. Shin Gyeongsang National UniversityI. Park Presenter Chungnam National UniversityJ. Jung Gyeongsang National UniversityJ. Vittal National University of SingaporeS. Lee Gyeongsang National University
A 1.192
Investigation into the Solvent Assisted Ligand Exchange of ZIF-8: the impact of linker and solvent composition on gas sorption properties
Poster 1.18 Postsynthetic modification
A. Škrjanc Presenter National Institute of Chemistry and University of Nova GoricaN. Zabukovec Logar National Institute of Chemistry and University of Nova Gorica
A 1.20
Electrochemical analysis of TiO2 embedded in carbon matrix derived from Ti-MOF as a anode in lithium-ion battery
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
W. Yang Presenter Sungkyunkwan UniversityC. Ahn Sungkyunkwan UniversityJ. Kim Sungkyunkwan UniversityH. Cho Sungkyunkwan University
A 1.21
Mechanochemistry as a Reconstruction Tool of Decomposed Metal-Organic Frameworks
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
H. Lee Presenter Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)J. Lee Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)H. Moon Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)
A 1.22
An Experimental and Theoretical Study of Through-Space Intervalence Charge Transfer in Cobalt-based Metal-organic Framework
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
A. Nath Presenter IISER ThiruvananthapuramS. Vennapusa IISER ThiruvananthapuramS. Mandal IISER Thiruvananthapuram
A 1.23
ฺBimetallic Zr/Ti metal-organic framework for desulfurization
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
P. Thinsoongnoen Presenter Vidyasirimedhi Institute of Science and Technology (VISTEC)
A 1.24
Understanding the structural transformation of 2-dimensional Cu(II)- to Cu(I)-based metal-organic framework
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
J. Park Presenter Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)S. Cho Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)E. Jin Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)J. Lee Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)W. Choe Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)H. Moon Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)
A 1.25
Synthesis and characterization of the Metal-Organic Framework CIM-80 for organic compounds analysis
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
L. Figueroa-Quintero Universidad de Alicante, Departamento de Química Inorgánica-Instituto Universitario de MaterialesJ. Narciso Presenter Universidad de Alicante, Departamento de Química Inorgánica-Instituto Universitario de MaterialesE. Ramos Fernandez University of Alicante
A 1.26
Design and synthesis of novel Lanthanide based metal organic frameworks (MOFs) for catalytic hydrogenation of carbon dioxide to formic acid
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
M. Gumbo Presenter Midlands State UniversityG. Mehlana Midlands State University
A 1.27
PREPARATION OF NEW METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS FOR CATALYTIC TRANSFORMATION OF CARBON DIOXIDE TO METHANOL AND FORMIC ACID.
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
J. Hungwe Presenter Midlands State University
A 1.28
Graphene Oxide as a Structural Directing Agent of MOFs
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
A. Saad Presenter Universite de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-YvelinesC. Sicard Universite de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-YvelinesN. Menguy Sorbonne UniversitéN. Guillou Universite de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-YvelinesN. Steunou Universite de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
A 1.29
Combining Biopolymer and Metal-Organic Framework for Protein Encapsulation
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
J. Bachir Presenter Institut Lavoisier de Versailles, UVSQB. Fan Institut Lavoisier de Versailles, UVSQE. Gkaniatsou Institut Lavoisier de Versailles, UVSQN. Steunou Institut Lavoisier de Versailles, UVSQO. David Institut Lavoisier de Versailles, UVSQC. Sicard Institut Lavoisier de Versailles, UVSQ
A 1.30
ZIF-8 Synthesis in a Relaxed "Mix and Wait” Way
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
N. Gugin Presenter Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM)J. Villajos Collado Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM)I. Feldmann Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM)F. Emmerling Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM)
A 1.33
Nanotrap Grafting in the Microenvironment of a Cation Exchangeable MOF for Efficient Uranium Extraction from Seawater
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
Y. More Presenter Indian Institute of Science Education and Research PUNEY. More IISER PUNE
A 1.34
Effect of electric field on band gap of phthalocyanine and porphyrin Metal Organic Framework
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
P. Singhvi Presenter Technische Universität Dresden
A 1.35
Design of novel cluster-based rare-earth metal–organic frameworks
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
H. Bicalho Presenter Concordia UniversityA. Howarth Concordia University
A 1.36
Electrical Conductivity Enhancement and Tunable Optical Properties of a New Family of Perylene-based Metal-Organic Framework
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
G. Valente Presenter University of AveiroF. Paz University of AveiroJ. Rocha University of AveiroM. Souto University of Aveiro
A 1.37
An Electrically Conducting Three-Dimensional Iron–Catecholate Porous Framework
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
M. Schönherr Presenter Fakultät für Chemie und Pharmazie, LMU München
A 1.38
Performance of UiO-66 Metal Organic Framework on Deep Oxidative Desulfurization for a Model Fuel Mixture : Optimization Using Response Surface Methodology
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
B. Barghi Presenter Tallinn Univeristy of TechnologyV. Mikli Tallinn University of TechnologyI. Reile National Institute of Chemical and Physical BiologyA. Niidu Tallinn Univeristy of Technology
A 1.39
Titanium terephthalate metal-organic framework as a novel isoreticular platform for photocatalytic reactions
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
b. CHEN Presenter Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, UMR 8004, Ecole Normale Supérieure, ESPCI Paris, CNRS, PSL University, 75005 Paris, France A. MANSOURI Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, UMR 8004, Ecole Normale Supérieure, ESPCI Paris, CNRS, PSL University, 75005 Paris, France C. M. RUEDA-NAVARRO Departamento de Química, Universitat Politècnica de València, C/Camino de Vera, s/n, 46022 Valencia, SpainP. BOULLAY Normandie Université, ENSICAEN, UNICAEN, CNRS, CRISMAT, 14050 Caen, FranceS. Navalón Departamento de Química, Universitat Politècnica de València, C/Camino de Vera, s/n, 46022 Valencia, SpainG. Mouchaham Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, UMR 8004, Ecole Normale Supérieure, ESPCI Paris, CNRS, PSL University, 75005 Paris, France C. Serre Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, UMR 8004, Ecole Normale Supérieure, ESPCI Paris, CNRS, PSL University, 75005 Paris, France
A 1.40
Modulated flexibility in Ce/Zr- fluorinated MOFs
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
D. Morelli Venturi Presenter Università degli Studi di PerugiaF. Costantino Università degli Studi di PerugiaN. Stock Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
A 1.41
Water cluster structure in the MOF CAU-10-X: a powder diffraction perspective
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
G. NÉNERT Presenter Malvern PanalyticalS. Canossa Max Planck Institute for Solid State ResearchD. Rega TU DelftM. van der Veen TU Delft
A 1.43
Fluorescence Lifetime Elongation and Quantum Yield Enhancement of a TADF-Dye using MIL-68(In) as a Template
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
B. Hosseini Monjezi Presenter Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie (Campus Nord)G. Hong Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology (KIT)T. Kasper Justus-Liebig-University GiessenR. Oestreich Heinrich-Heine-University DüsseldorfO. Weingart Heinrich-Heine-University DüsseldorfC. Wöll Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie (Campus Nord)C. Janiak Heinrich-Heine-University DüsseldorfS. Bräse Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology (KIT)K. Müller-Buschbaum Justus-Liebig-University GiessenA. Knebel Friedrich Schiller University Jena
A 1.44
Hierarchically porous metal/metal oxide - ZIF-8 thin films for photocatalysis energy storage
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
K. Ćwik Presenter Łukasiewicz Research Network
A 1.45
A 1.46
Porphyrin-based metal-organic frameworks: structure, gas adsorption and magnetic properties
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
V. Zeleňák Presenter Faculty of Science, P. J. Safarik UniversityN. Király Faculty of Science, P. J. Safarik University
A 1.48
High-Throughput Computational Design and Discovery of Conductive Materials in the CSD MOF Subset
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
F. Zanca Presenter Federica Zanca
A 1.49
In depth investigation of the co-adsorption properties of MOF thin films by in operando spectroscopic Ellipsometry: application for cultural heritage conservation
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
S. DASGUPTA Presenter Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
A 1.50
Self-densification synthesis of monolithic soc-MOFs for methane storage and separation performance
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
Y. Yang Presenter University of CambridgeD. Fairen-Jimenez University of Cambridge
A 1.51
Pillared-Layered metal organic frameworks with functionalized linkers for the tailored extraction of emerging contaminants
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
Y. Martín García Presenter Universidad de La LagunaL. Ramos Santana Universidad de La LagunaP. Napolitano-Tabares Universidad de La LagunaJ. Pasán Universidad de La LagunaV. Pino Universidad de La LagunaJ. Ayala Universidad de La LagunaA. Lago B. Universidad de La Laguna
A 1.52
Discovery of two isoreticular Ce(IV)-MOFs with an unprecedented inorganic building unit
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
J. Gosch Presenter Christian-Albrechts-University KielF. Steinke Christian-Albrechts-University KielN. Stock Christian-Albrechts-University KielD. Morelli Venturi University of PerugiaF. Costantino University of PerugiaE. Svensson Grape Stockholm UniversityA. Inge Stockholm UniversityC. Atzori European Synchrotron Radiation FacilityK. Lomachenko European Synchrotron Radiation Facility
A 1.53
Zr4+-terephthalate MOFs with 6-connected structures, highly efficient As(III/V) sorption and superhydrophobic properties
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
M. Manos Presenter University of Ioannina, Department of ChemistryA. Pournara University of Ioannina, Department of ChemistryS. Rizogianni University of Ioannina, Department of ChemistryD. Evangelou University of Ioannina, Department of ChemistryE. Andreou University of Crete, Department of Materials Science and TechnologyG. Armatas University of Crete, Department of Materials Science and Technology
A 1.54
Tuning Hierarchical Porosity in Zr-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks Using Template Assisted and Template-Free Conditions.
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
B. Sunny Presenter Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER)ThiruvananthapuramA. Thirumurugan Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER)Thiruvananthapuram
A 1.55
MOF-derived photothermal catalysts allow the use of ammonia as hydrogen carrier
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
A. Sousa Presenter King Abdullah University of Science and TechnologyD. Mateo King Abdullah University of Science and TechnologyL. Garzon-Tovar King Abdullah University of Science and TechnologyJ. Gascon King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / KAUST Catalysis Center
A 1.56
The controlled microfluidic formation of stable hcp-UiO-67(Zr) using benzoic acid as the acid modulator
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
T. Bailey Presenter School of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of LeedsL. Yang School of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of LeedsE. Humphries School of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of LeedsN. Hondow School of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of LeedsK. Wu University of Zhejiang
A 1.57
A Perylenediimide-based Zinc-Coordination Polymer for Photosensitized Singlet-Oxygen Generation
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
S. Deger Presenter Technical University MunichS. Weishäupl Technical University MunichA. Pöthig Technical University MunichR. Fischer Technical University Munich
A 1.58
Structural Comparison of Cu- and Zn-based SURMOF-2
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
J. Fischer Presenter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)D. Chen Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)C. Wöll Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)B. Richards Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)I. Howard Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
A 1.59
New materials based on metallized MOFs for photocatalysis
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
M. Baluk Presenter University of GdańskP. Mazierski University of GdańskA. Zaleska-Medynska University of GdańskM. Kroczewska Gdańsk Uniwersity of TechnologyJ. Łuczak Gdańsk Uniwersity of Technology
A 1.60
Green synthesis approaches towards preparation of glass forming ZIF-76
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
M. Švegovec Presenter National Institute of Chemistry and University of Nova GoricaA. Škrjanc National Institute of Chemistry and University of Nova GoricaA. Krajnc National Institute of Chemistry LjubljanaN. Zabukovec Logar National Institute of Chemistry and University of Nova Gorica
A 1.61
Adaptive Binding in a sql Coordination Network for Indoor Humidity Control
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
X. Li Presenter University of Limerick
A 1.62
MOFs for CCS, Deep CCS, Direct Air Capture and Water Harvesting
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
S. Weston Presenter ExxonMobil Technology and Engineering
A 1.63
Mining Insights on Metal–Organic Framework Synthesis from Scientific Literature Texts
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
H. Park Presenter KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and TechnologyY. Kang KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and TechnologyW. Choe Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)J. Kim KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
A 1.65
A robust Al3+ MOF as a highly selective As(V) sorbent and efficient luminescence probe for Cr(VI) and water
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
D. Evangelou Presenter University of IoanninaA. Pournara University of IoanninaC. Tziasiou University of IoanninaE. Andreou University of CreteG. Armatas University of CreteM. Manos University of Ioannina
A 1.66
Trace removal of benzene vapour using double-walled metal–dipyrazolate frameworks
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
X. Kong Presenter University of Limerick
A 1.67
Construction of C–C bonds within the robust metal organic frameworks MFM-300(Cr)
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
T. Luo Presenter TU Dresden
A 1.68
Photo-responsive SURMOF films as Actuators
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
Y. Jiang Presenter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)Y. Liu Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)S. Grosjean Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)V. Bon Dresden University of TechnologyS. Bräse Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)C. Wöll Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)L. Heinke Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
A 1.69
Reversible HCl and HBr adsorption in a new aluminum phosphonate MOF
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
T. Reichenau Christian-Albrechts-UniversitätF. Steinke Christian-Albrechts-UniversitätM. Wharmby Christian-Albrechts-UniversitätC. Näther Christian-Albrechts-UniversitätT. Engesser Christian-Albrechts-UniversitätN. Stock Presenter Christian-Albrechts-Universität
A 1.70
A Dual-functional Cobalt Metal-organic Framework Decorated with an Oxadiazole Moiety for Ultra-sensitive Detection of Mesityl Oxide, and Iodine Capture
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
H. Bhambri Presenter Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Mohali
A 1.71
Mixed-donor phenanthroline-carboxylate MOFs
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
C. Setter Presenter The University of QueenslandJ. Clegg The University of QueenslandL. Macreadie The University of Sydney
A 1.72
FlowPhotoChem (FPC). Development of more active Metal-Organic Frameworks for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
A. Albornoz Grados LEITAT Technological CenterA. Balmori Pastor LEITAT Technological CenterD. Morillo LEITAT Technological CenterJ. Gispert Montserrat Presenter LEITAT Technological Center
A 1.73
A Unique Approach towards Controlled Desolvation of Solvent Responsive Flexible Metal-organic Frameworks
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
K. Maity Presenter TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITÄT DRESDEN (TUD)V. Bon TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITÄT DRESDEN (TUD)S. Kaskel TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITÄT DRESDEN (TUD)
A 1.74
Cooperative Gas Sorption in Responsive Porous Liquids
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
A. Koutsianos Presenter TU-Dortmund
A 1.75
Structurally Flexible 8-fold interpenetrated dia MOF for Atmospheric Water Harvesting
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
A. Subanbekova Presenter Bernal Institute, University of LimerickV. Nikolayenko Bernal Institute, University of LimerickD. Sensharma Bernal Institute, University of LimerickA. Bezrukov Bernal Institute, University of LimerickS. Darwish Bernal Institute, University of LimerickN. Kumar Bernal Institute, University of LimerickD. O’Hearn Bernal Institute, University of LimerickS. Wang Bernal Institute, University of LimerickK. Koupepidou Bernal Institute, University of LimerickV. Bon Dresden University of TechnologyS. Kaskel Dresden University of TechnologyM. Zaworotko Bernal Institute, University of Limerick
A 1.76
Mesopores Generation and Programmed Disassembly of Metal-Organic Frameworks by Clip-off Chemistry
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
Y. Yang Presenter ICN2 - Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia / Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)I. Imaz ICN2 - Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia / Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)D. Maspoch Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnología / ICREA
A 1.77
Incorporating pendant sulfonic groups into metal-organic frameworks using pre-assembly chlorosulfonation strategy
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
M. Szufla Presenter Jagiellonian UniversityA. Choroś Jagiellonian UniversityW. Nitek Jagiellonian UniversityD. Matoga Jagiellonian University
A 1.78
Vapor-assisted synthesis of the MOF-74 family from zinc, cobalt, and magnesium oxides
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
N. Wauteraerts Presenter KU LeuvenM. Tu KU LeuvenS. Rodriguez Hermida KU LeuvenR. Ameloot KU Leuven
A 1.79
Post-synthetic modification of UiO-66(Zr) – a new method for the synthesis of UiO-66(Zr) polymer composite with superior total arsenic adsorption
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
T. Felder Presenter EPFL Valais WallisT. Schertenleib EPFL Valais WallisW. Queen EPFL Valais WallisV. Karve HES-SO VS
A 1.80
Positional Installation of Unsymmetrical Fluorine Functionalities onto Metal-Organic Frameworks for Efficient Carbon Dioxide Separation under Humid Conditions
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
T. Yoon Yonsei UniersityK. Oh Presenter Yonsei UniersityS. Kim Chungbuk National UniversityM. Kim Chungbuk National UniversityY. Bae Yonsei Uniersity
A 1.81
Symmetric carboxylic acid with rotatable dipolar groups deployed as linker in optically active metal-organic frameworks
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
L. Mönkeberg Presenter Leibniz Universität HannoverA. Schaate Leibniz Universität HannoverP. Behrens Leibniz Universität Hannover
A 1.82
Extraordinary Chiral Crystals having a Multidomain Appearances
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
V. Singh Presenter Weizmann Institue of ScienceL. Houben Weizmann Institute of ScienceL. J. W. Shimon Weizmann Institute of ScienceS. R. Cohen Weizmann Institute of ScienceY. Feldman Weizmann Institute of ScienceO. Goalni Weizmann Institute of ScienceM. Lahav Weizmann Institute of ScienceM. E. van der Boom Weizmann Institute of Science
A 1.84
Ammonia vapor assisted synthesis of ZIF-8
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
A. Würz Presenter Friedrich Alexander Universität Erlangen-NürnbergM. Hartmann Friedrich Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
A 1.85
Disorder and Linker Vacancies in Porphyrinic Zr-MOFs
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
C. Koschnick Presenter Max Planck Institut für FestkörperforschungC. Koschnick Max Planck Institut für FestkörperforschungR. Stäglich University of BayreuthT. Scholz Max Planck Institut für FestkörperforschungM. Terban Max Planck Institut für FestkörperforschungG. Savasci University of Munich (LMU)J. Nuss Max Planck Institut für FestkörperforschungR. Siegel University of BayreuthC. Ochsenfeld University of Munich (LMU)R. Dinnebier Max Planck Institut für FestkörperforschungJ. Senker University of BayreuthB. Lotsch Max Planck Institut für Festkörperforschung
A 1.86
Novel MOFs from fluorinated Carboxylate-Ligands and Investigations of Host-Guest-Interactions within their Pores
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
S. Sebastian Presenter Universität zu Köln
A 1.87
Investigation of 2,5-dimethoxy terephthalate containing coordination polymers and MOFs
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
A. Cammiade Presenter University of Cologne
A 1.88
MOF nanoparticles as multifunctional optical materials for application in silica hollow-core fibers
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
L. Steinbach Presenter Institut für Anorganische Chemie / Leibniz Universität HannoverA. Schaate Institut für Anorganische Chemie / Leibniz Universität HannoverP. Behrens Institut für Anorganische Chemie / Leibniz Universität Hannover
A 1.89
Substituted Spiropyrans: Electronic effects and design criteria towards photoactive MOFs
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
D. Cerasale Presenter Cardiff University
A 1.90
Highly porous MOFs based on elongated Schiff base ligands
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
N. Panagiotou Presenter University of CyprusC. Efthymiou University of CyprusC. Papatriantafyllopoulou University of CyprusM. Markoulides University of CyprusG. Angeli University of CreteC. Tampaxis National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”N. Chronakis University of CyprusG. Charalambopoulou National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”T. Steriotis National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”G. Papaefstathiou National and Kapodistrian University of AthensP. Trikalitis University of CreteA. Tasiopoulos University of Cyprus
A 1.91
Green and Sustainable Synthesis of Mesoporous Metal-Organic Frameworks
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
L. Esrafili Presenter AntwerpC. Vande Velde University of Antwerp
A 1.92
Interligand Chemistry within Metal-Organic Frameworks
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
P. Das Presenter TU Berlin, Department of ChemistryN. Rosi University of Pittsburgh
A 1.93
Study of the crystallization behavior of metal organic frameworks using in-situ ultrasound monitoring technique
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
M. Joshi Presenter Erlangen Center for Interface Research and Catalysis (ECRC), University of Erlangen-NürnbergM. Fischer Erlangen Center for Interface Research and Catalysis (ECRC), University of Erlangen-NürnbergM. Hartmann Erlangen Center for Interface Research and Catalysis (ECRC), University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
A 1.94
UoC-7: A bimetallic K-Zn-MOF with an anionic framework based on fluorinated trimesate ligands
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
S. Wenzel Presenter University of Cologne
A 1.95
Uranium-Based Anionic CPs and MOFs and the Influence of Functionalization on ¹³⁷Cs+ Cation Exchange
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
R. Christoffels Presenter Universität zu KölnM. Maslo Universität zu KölnE. Strub Universität zu KölnU. Ruschewitz Universität zu Köln
A 1.96
Capture studies of SO2 by a mesoporous Mg(II)-MOF
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
E. Martínez-Ahumada Presenter Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)I. A. Ibarra Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
A 1.97
MIL-101(Cr) AS A SORBENT-BASED HUMIDITY SENSOR FOR INDOOR AIR MONITORING
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
P. Pires Conti Presenter ICGM - Université Montpellier - CNRSP. Iacomi ICGM - Université Montpellier - CNRSM. Nicolas Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment (CSTB)G. Maurin ICGM - Université Montpellier - CNRSS. Devautour-Vinot ICGM - Université Montpellier - CNRS
A 1.98
Spray Drying as a Continuous One Step Approach for the Synthesis of UiO-66-NH2
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
A. Metawea Presenter SSPC
A 1.99
Synthesis, Characterization and Dye Adsorption Properties of 3D Co(II)-Metal Organic Frameworks structure with tetracarboxylic acid and bis(imidazole) based ligand
Poster 1.01 Metal-Organic Frameworks
E. Ciftci Presenter Max Planck Institute for Solid State ResearchT. Alp Arıcı Kütahya Dumlupınar UniversityM. Arıcı Eskisehir Osmangazi UniversityH. Erer Eskisehir Osmangazi UniversityO. Yesilel Eskisehir Osmangazi University
B 1.193
Dynamic Covalent Exchange of MOF Nanoparticles
Poster 1.18 Postsynthetic modification
A. Edward Presenter University of St AndrewsA. Naden University of St AndrewsE. Kay University of St AndrewsR. Morris University of St Andrews
B 1.194
A post-synthetic modification strategy for the expansion of π-conjugation in covalent organic frameworks
Poster 1.18 Postsynthetic modification
S. Fernandes International Iberian Nanotechnology LaboratoryK. Cid-Seara International Iberian Nanotechnology LaboratoryL. Frey Presenter LMU MünchenN. Guldris International Iberian Nanotechnology LaboratoryC. Rodríguez Abreu Institute of Advanced Chemistry of CataloniaY. Kolen´ko International Iberian Nanotechnology LaboratoryA. Silva Associate Laboratory for Green Chemistry-Network of Chemistry and Technology (LAQV-REQUIMTE)D. Medina Ludwig-Maximilian-University MunichL. Salonen International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory
B 1.195
Exchange of coordinated carboxylates with azolates as a route to obtain a microporous zinc–azolate framework
Poster 1.18 Postsynthetic modification
K. Fahy Presenter Northwestern UniversityT. Islamoglu Northwestern UniversityO. Farha Northwestern University
B 1.196
MOF-808 doped with transition metals and lanthanides for barcode design
Poster 1.18 Postsynthetic modification
N. Marquardt Presenter Leibniz Universität Hannover F. von der Haar Leibniz Universität HannoverA. Schaate Leibniz Universität Hannover
B 1.197
A Post-Synthetic Modification Strategy for Enhancing Pt Adsorption in MOF/Polymer Composites
Poster 1.18 Postsynthetic modification
T. Schertenleib Presenter EPFL Valais WallisV. Karve EPFL Valais WallisD. Stoian European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF)O. Trukhina EPFL Valais WallisM. Asgari University of CambridgeW. Queen EPFL Valais Wallis
B 1.198
Tetrazine click chemistry as a gentle method of covalent functionalization of metal-organic frameworks: JUK-20 case studies
Poster 1.18 Postsynthetic modification
D. Jędrzejowski Presenter Jagiellonian University in KrakowD. Matoga Jagiellonian University in Krakow
B 1.199
Postsynthetic Pore-Selective Functionalization of NU-1000
Poster 1.18 Postsynthetic modification
M. Bengsch Presenter Max-Planck-Institut für KohlenforschungH. Petersen Max-Planck-Institut für KohlenforschungN. Tchorz Max-Planck-Institut für KohlenforschungC. Neumann Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung
B 1.200
Post-Synthetic Metalation of MOFs: Alternative Adsorption Sites for Sulfur Gas Uptake
Poster 1.18 Postsynthetic modification
T. Evans Presenter Georgia Institute of TechnologyK. Walton Georgia Institute of Technology
B 2.01
B 2.02
DUT-52(Zr)-based mixed matrix membrane as microextraction device for analyses
Poster 2) Functions
A. Gutiérrez-Serpa Presenter Technische Universität Dreden (TUD)T. Kundu Technische Universität Dreden (TUD)J. Pasán Universidad de La LagunaA. Jiménez-Abizanda University of La LagunaS. Kaskel Technische Universität Dreden (TUD)I. Senkovska Technische Universität Dreden (TUD),V. Pino Universidad de La Laguna
B 2.03
“4+2” Phenyl Ligands Towards Semiconducting Conjugated Coordination Polymers with High Mobility
Poster 2.01 Electronics
X. Huang Presenter TU DresdenR. Dong TU DresdenX. Feng TU Dresden
B 2.04
Parts-per-million detection of volatile organic compounds via surface plasmon polaritons and vapor-phase-deposited metal-organic framework thin films
Poster 2.02 Sensorics
M. Tietze Presenter KU Leuven - University of LeuvenM. Obst KU Leuven - University of LeuvenG. Arnauts KU Leuven - University of LeuvenN. Wauteraerts KU Leuven - University of LeuvenS. Rodríguez- Hermida KU Leuven - University of LeuvenR. Ameloot KU Leuven - University of Leuven
B 2.05
Multivariable MOF Capacitive Gas Sensors for Selective Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds
Poster 2.02 Sensorics
A. Matavž Presenter KU LeuvenM. Verstreken KU LeuvenM. Tietze KU LeuvenR. Ameloot KU Leuven
B 2.06
Carboxylate-based Piezo- actuated MOF@SAW-Devices
Poster 2.02 Sensorics
J. Schnabel Presenter University of AugsburgJ. Winkeljann University of AugsburgA. Schulz University of AugsburgA. Wixforth University of AugsburgP. Lunkenheimer University of AugsburgH. Oberhofer Technical University MunichD. Volkmer University of Augsburg
B 2.07
Selective Reactions in Metal-organic frameworks: Sensor Materials and Anti-counterfeiting Systems
Poster 2.02 Sensorics
N. Marquardt Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Anorganische ChemieM. Schulz Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Anorganische ChemieA. Schaate Presenter Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Anorganische Chemie
B 2.08
In-situ Electrochemical Synthesis of Copper Hexahydroxytriphenylene MOF for Chemiresistive Gas Sensing
Poster 2.02 Sensorics
A. Lister Presenter University of OxfordB. Armitage University of OxfordY. Wang University of OxfordM. Castell University of Oxford
B 2.09
Sensor arrays with unique selectivities: MOF-based electronic noses for detecting VOC mixtures and photoprogrammable selectivities
Poster 2.02 Sensorics
P. Qin Presenter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)S. Okur Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)L. Heinke Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
B 2.10
Lanthanide-based oxygen gas sensing in luminescent MOFs
Poster 2.02 Sensorics
T. Kasper Presenter Justus Liebig University GießenK. Müller-Buschbaum Justus Liebig University Gießen
B 2.100
Effect of electric field on the separation of CO₂ from CO₂/N₂ and CO₂/CH₄ mixtures by MIL-101(Cr) and MIL-53(Cr) metal-organic frameworks
Poster 2.10 Separation
N. R G Presenter Indian Institute of Technology MadrasA. Chandiran Indian Institute of Technology MadrasN. Kaisare Indian Institute of Technology Madras
B 2.101
B 2.102
B 2.103
Microporous Polyimide-Framework for CO₂-Separation – characterization by dynamic sorption
Poster 2.10 Separation
J. Güllich Presenter Universität BayreuthJ. Senker Universität Bayreuth
B 2.104
Mesoporous materials derived from MOFs as catalysts for fuel cells and electrolyzers
Poster 2.11 Energy Storage
A. Díaz-Durán National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET)G. Iadarola-Pérez University of Buenos AiresF. Viva National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET)F. Roncaroli Presenter National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET)
B 2.106
MOFs based on pyrazolone connectors for the dye adsorption
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
C. Jiménez Presenter Universidad de ConcepcionG. Ripoll Universidad de ConcepciónP. Hidalgo Universidad de ConcepciónJ. Belmar Universidad de ConcepciónB. Urbano Universidad de ConcepciónJ. Pasán Universidad de La Laguna
B 2.107
Sulfonic-functionalized MIL-100 for enhanced removal of pharmaceutical products from water
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
N. Crespí Sánchez Presenter University of the Balearic IslandsG. Turnes Palomino University of the Balearic IslandsC. Palomino Cabello University of the Balearic Islands
B 2.108
MIL-100@carbon hybrid magnetic material for the removal of organic pollutants
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
M. del Rio Clar University of the Balearic IslandsI. Pascual Massip University of the Balearic IslandsG. Turnes Palomino University of the Balearic IslandsC. Palomino Cabello Presenter University of the Balearic Islands
B 2.109
Functionalized MIL-101 MOFs as efficient adsorbents for paraquat herbicide
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
N. Crespí Sánchez University of the Balearic IslandsC. Palomino Cabello University of the Balearic IslandsG. Turnes Palomino Presenter University of the Balearic Islands
B 2.11
2-Dimensional Rare Earth Metal-Organic Frameworks based on a hexanuclear secondary building unit as efficient detectors for vapours of nitroaromatics and volatile organic compounds
Poster 2.02 Sensorics
A. Tasiopoulos Presenter University of CyprusN. Panagiotou University of CyprusF. Moscoso Universidad Pablo de OlavideT. Lopes-Costa Universidad Pablo de OlavideJ. Pedrosa Universidad Pablo de Olavide
B 2.110
Cation-exchange in MOFs: Structure-CO2 capture and conversion property relationship
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
M. Mazaj Presenter National Institute of ChemistryA. Krajnc National Institute of ChemistryN. Vrtovec National Institute of ChemistryN. Zabukovec Logar National Institute of Chemistry
B 2.111
Novel magnetic hybrid carbon-MOF for diclofenac sodium removal
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
M. Bauza Presenter University of the Balearic IslandsG. Turnes Palomino University of the Balearic IslandsC. Palomino Cabello University of the Balearic Islands
B 2.112
Synthesis and characterizations of Bacteria and Metal-Organic Frameworks based biohybrids
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
A. Permyakova Universite de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-YvelinesI. Christodoulou Presenter Universite de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-YvelinesE. Gkaniatsou Universite de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-YvelinesN. Steunou Universite de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-YvelinesT. Coradin Sorbonne Université, CNRS, Collège de France, Laboratoire de Chimie de la Matière Condensée de ParisF. Fernandes Sorbonne Université, CNRS, Collège de France, Laboratoire de Chimie de la Matière Condensée de ParisC. Sicard Universite de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
B 2.113
Passive 3D MOF-derived-carbon sampler for estrogen extraction
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
A. Figuerola Presenter University of Balearic IslandsS. Mendiola-Alvarez Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo LeónL. Hinojosa-Reyes Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo LeónC. Palomino University of Balearic IslandsG. Turnes University of Balearic Islands
B 2.114
Porous carbons derived from metal-organic frameworks as efficient adsorbents of pollutants
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
M. del Rio Clar Presenter University of the Balearic IslandsG. Turnes University of the Balearic IslandsC. Palomino University of the Balearic Islands
B 2.115
Enzyme@Metal-Organic Framework composites as novel approach for plastic degradation
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
P. Horcajada Presenter IMDEA Energy InstituteI. Rincón IMDEA Energy InstituteT. Hidalgo IMDEA Energy InstituteS. Rojas IMDEA Energy Institute
B 2.116
MIL-100(Fe)-based mixed matrix membrane supported on cellulose paper as novel device for analytical microextraction
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
I. Guerra-Martín Presenter University of La LagunaA. Gutiérrez-Serpa University of La LagunaJ. Pasán University of La LagunaA. Jiménez-Abizanda University of La LagunaF. Jiménez-Moreno University of La LagunaV. Pino University of La Laguna
B 2.117
Open tubular MOF-based coatings for in-tube solid-phase microextraction
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
A. Gutiérrez-Serpa University of La LagunaJ. Pasán University of La LagunaA. Jiménez-Abizanda University of La LagunaV. Pino Presenter University of La Laguna
B 2.118
Enhanced removal of Emerging pollutants on Zr porphyrinic Metal-organic framework
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
E. Jin Presenter Technische Universität DresdenJ. Kim Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)J. Nam Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)D. Yang Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)S. Kim Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)E. Kang Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)H. Cho Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)S. Kaskel Technische Universität DresdenW. Choe Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)
B 2.119
N2 photoreduction Catalyzed by Bi-based Metal-Organic Frameworks
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
N. Shokouhfar Presenter University of lille
B 2.12
Hierarchical conductive metal organic frameworks film with high permeability for efficient heterogeneous mass transfer
Poster 2.02 Sensorics
C. Huang Presenter Technische Universität DresdenX. Feng Technische Universität DresdenR. Dong Technische Universität Dresden
B 2.120
Multivariate Functionalization of UiO-66 for Photocatalytic Water Remediation
Poster 2.12 Environmental Applications
A. Valverde Presenter BCMaterialsD. Payno BCMaterialsJ. Laza UPV/EHUS. Wuttke BCMaterialsR. Fernández BCMaterials
B 2.121
Molecular Insight into the NOx Capture by Metal(II)/Metal(III)-Catecholates Functionalized UiO-66 MOF
Poster 2.13 Air Purification/ Air Polution Control
G. Karuppasamy Presenter University of MontpellierW. Mohammad University of MontpellierA. Daouli University of LorraineM. Badawi University of LorraineG. Maurin University of Montpellier
B 2.122
Carbon Dioxide Capture at Nucleophilic Hydroxide Sites in Cyclodextrin-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks
Poster 2.13 Air Purification/ Air Polution Control
M. Zick Presenter Cornell UniversityS. Pugh University of CambridgeJ. Lee Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)A. Forse University of CambridgeP. Milner Cornell University
B 2.123
Drinking water purification using Metal-Organic Frameworks: selective removal of disinfection by-products
Poster 2.14 Water (Treatment, Filtration, Splitting, etc.)
G. Sánchez Cano Presenter Canal de Isabel IIA. Lastra Canal de Isabel IIL. Saez Canal de Isabel IIM. Amado Canal de Isabel IIE. Arozamena Canal de Isabel IIS. Rojas IMDEA Energy InstituteP. Horcajada IMDEA Energy Institute
B 2.124
ZIF-71 as an efficient adsorbent for the removal of hazardous pollutants from wastewater
Poster 2.14 Water (Treatment, Filtration, Splitting, etc.)
E. De Oliveira Jardim University of Alicante AlicanteJ. Silvestre Albero Presenter University of Alicante
B 2.125
Structural modifications induced in ZIF-8 by interaction with Cu2+ ions in water remediation applications
Poster 2.14 Water (Treatment, Filtration, Splitting, etc.)
L. Barbata Presenter Università degli Studi di PalermoE. Sangiorgi Università degli Studi di PalermoS. Agnello Università degli Studi di PalermoF. Gelardi Università degli Studi di PalermoM. Cannas Università degli Studi di PalermoG. Buscarino Università degli Studi di Palermo
B 2.126
Promoting photocatalytic activity of NH₂-MIL-125 for H₂ evolution reaction through creation of additional proton reduction sites
Poster 2.14 Water (Treatment, Filtration, Splitting, etc.)
V. Kavun Presenter LUT UniversityE. Uslamin Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)S. Canossa Max Planck Institute for Solid State ResearchE. Bos Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)E. Repo LUT UniversityM. Van der Veen Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)
B 2.127
Light-Triggered Uptake and Release of Pb(II) from Water
Poster 2.14 Water (Treatment, Filtration, Splitting, etc.)
D. Ward Presenter Cardiff UniversityT. Easun Cardiff University
B 2.128
Exploring the influence of atomic level structure, porosity, and stability of bismuth(III) coordination polymers on electrocatalytic CO2 reduction
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
S. Frank Presenter Aarhus UniversityE. Grape Stockholm UniversityE. Bøjesen Aarhus UniversityR. Larsen Aarhus UniversityP. Lamagni Aarhus UniversityJ. Catalano Aarhus UniversityA. Inge Stockholm UniversityN. Lock Aarhus University
B 2.13
System-integration of Two-Dimensional Metal-organic Frameworks as transistors for (bio)sensor applications
Poster 2.02 Sensorics
H. Jiang Presenter RWTH Aachen - Insititute of Materials in Electrical Engineering 1B. Cheng RWTH Aachen UniversityS. Ingebrandt RWTH Aachen - Insititute of Materials in Electrical Engineering 1V. Pachauri RWTH Aachen - Insititute of Materials in Electrical Engineering 1
B 2.14
Selective Cobalt precipitation for the synthesis of precursors for cathode materials of Li-ion batteries
Poster 2.03 Batteries, Supercaps
A. Lavergne-Bril Presenter CEA GrenobleD. Peralta CEA GrenobleJ. Colin CEA GrenobleP. Maldivi CEA GrenobleC. Celle CEA GrenobleS. Patoux CEA Grenoble
B 2.15
Azo-functional MOFs for Charge Storage in Sodium-Ion Batteries
Poster 2.03 Batteries, Supercaps
A. Desai Presenter University of St AndrewsR. Morris University of St AndrewsA. Armstrong University of St Andrews
B 2.16
Catalysing the Performance of Li-Sulfur Batteries with Two-Dimensional Conductive Metal Organic Frameworks
Poster 2.03 Batteries, Supercaps
P. Bhauriyal Presenter TU DresdenT. Heine Technische Universität Dreden (TUD)
B 2.17
Sodium Metal-Organic Frameworks (Na-MOFs)/Hard Carbon Composite Negative Electrode Materials for Sodium-Ion Batteries
Poster 2.03 Batteries, Supercaps
J. Cabañero Presenter University of St AndrewsA. Desai University of St AndrewsR. Morris University of St AndrewsA. Armstrong University of St Andrews
B 2.18
Covalent organic framework and ionic-liquid composite electrolyte for directional ion transport in sodium-ion batteries
Poster 2.03 Batteries, Supercaps
A. Singh Presenter University of Munich (LMU), Department of Chemistry and Center for NanoScience (CeNS)T. Bein University of Munich (LMU), Department of Chemistry and Center for NanoScience (CeNS)
B 2.19
Study on the electronic and ionic transports within redox-active zirconium-based metal–organic frameworks in aqueous electrolytes
Poster 2.04 Electrochemistry
C. Shen Presenter National Cheng Kung UniversityY. Chen National Cheng Kung UniversityY. Wang National Cheng Kung UniversityT. Chang National Cheng Kung UniversityY. Chen National Cheng Kung UniversityC. Kung National Cheng Kung University
B 2.20
Effect of electrode construction method on the catalytic activity of Ni-MOF-525 in the electrochemical CO2 reduction reaction
Poster 2.04 Electrochemistry
D. Narvaez-Celada Presenter National Autonomous University of MexicoA. Varela National Autonomous University of Mexico
B 2.21
Catalytically Active Silver Nanoparticles Stabilized on a Thiol-functionalized Metal-Organic Framework for Efficient Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
Poster 2.04 Electrochemistry
S. M Presenter INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE EDUCATION AND RESEARCH, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM
B 2.22
High Mg2+-ion conductivity in ionic-liquid free MOF electrolytes
Poster 2.04 Electrochemistry
R. Maile Presenter JLU GiessenK. Müller-Buschbaum JLU Giessen
B 2.23
sp-Carbon Incorporated Conductive Metal-Organic Framework as Photocathode for Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Generation
Poster 2.04 Electrochemistry
Y. Lu Presenter TU DresdenX. Feng TU DresdenR. Dong TU Dresden
B 2.24
Ultra-Thin Quantifiably Tunable Luminescent Metal-Organic Nanosheets
Poster 2.05 Optics
D. Sherman Presenter The University of OxfordM. Gutiérrez University of Castilla-La ManchaJ. Tan University of Oxford
B 2.25
Optical properties of metal-organic frameworks from first principles
Poster 2.05 Optics
M. Treger Presenter Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Anorganische ChemieP. Behrens Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Anorganische ChemieA. Schneider Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Anorganische Chemie
B 2.26
Observation of two distinct luminescence bands for open- and closed-pore structures in MIL-53(Al)
Poster 2.05 Optics
L. Barbata University of PalermoD. Scavuzzo University of PalermoS. Agnello University of PalermoF. Gelardi University of PalermoM. Cannas University of PalermoG. Buscarino Presenter University of Palermo
B 2.27
Immobilization of highly luminescent metal complexes in zirconium-based metal-organic frameworks
Poster 2.05 Optics
K. Terlinden Presenter TU DortmundS. Henke Technische Universität Dortmund
B 2.28
Synthesis and optical modulation of Co-ZIF-90-on-ZIF-8 coatings
Poster 2.05 Optics
N. Keppler Presenter Leibniz Universität HannoverN. Keppler Leibniz Universität HannoverA. Schaate Leibniz Universität HannoverK. Hindricks Leibniz Universität HannoverP. Behrens Leibniz Universität Hannover
B 2.29
Hierarchical superparamagnetic MOFs nanovectors for anti-inflammation and cancer theranostics
Poster 2.06 Life Science (Drug Delivery, Medicinal etc.)
H. Zhao Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, ENS, ESPCI, PSL UniversityS. Sene Institut Lavoisier de Versailles, UVSQF. Carn Laboratoire Matière et Systèmes Complexes (MSC), Université de ParisF. Gazeau Laboratoire Matière et Systèmes Complexes (MSC), Université de ParisE. Dumas Institut Lavoisier de Versailles, UVSQC. Serre Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, ENS, ESPCI, PSL UniversityN. Steunou Presenter Université Versailles St Quentin en Yvelines
B 2.30
High throughput screening analysis of metal-organic frameworks for drug delivery in pancreatic cancer cell lines
Poster 2.06 Life Science (Drug Delivery, Medicinal etc.)
F. Melle Presenter University of Cambridge, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
B 2.31
DNA-Mimicking Metal−Organic Frameworks with Accessible Adenine Faces for Complementary Base Pairing
Poster 2.06 Life Science (Drug Delivery, Medicinal etc.)
S. Chand King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / Advanced Membranes and Porous Materials CenterO. Alahmed King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)W. Baslyman Presenter King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / Advanced Membranes and Porous Materials CenterN. Khashab King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / Advanced Membranes and Porous Materials Center
B 2.32
Optimizing the Synthesis of MOF-Polymer-Hybrid Materials with a New Machine Learning-Based Screening Method – to Improve Drug Delivery Processes.
Poster 2.06 Life Science (Drug Delivery, Medicinal etc.)
I. Wagner Presenter Karlsruhe Insitute of TechnologyS. Spiegel Karlsruhe Insitute of TechnologyS. Begum Karlsruhe Insitute of TechnologyF. Kirschhöfer Karlsruhe Insitute of TechnologyG. Delaittre Berg. Universität WuppertalM. Tsotsalas Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology
B 2.33
Mechanism of Drug Encapsulation in MOFs focusing on Solvent Dipole
Poster 2.06 Life Science (Drug Delivery, Medicinal etc.)
K. Ohshima Presenter Osaka Metropolitan UniversityS. Ohsaki Osaka Metropolitan UniversityH. Nakamura Osaka Metropolitan UniversityS. Watano Osaka Metropolitan University
B 2.34
A Biocompatible Zn(II) metal-organic framework with exceptional doxorubicin uptake capacity
Poster 2.06 Life Science (Drug Delivery, Medicinal etc.)
A. Ahmed Presenter National University of Ireland Galway
B 2.35
Protein encapsulation through Lewis-acid-mediated MOF mineralization for effective intracellular delivery
Poster 2.06 Life Science (Drug Delivery, Medicinal etc.)
J. Cases Díaz Presenter Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (ICMol), Universitat de ValenciaB. Lozano Torres Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (ICMol), Universitat de ValenciaM. Giménez-Marqués Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (ICMol), Universitat de Valencia
B 2.36
Porous Organic Polymer for the Ni-Catalyzed Direct C-H Arylation of Heteroarenes
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
J. Canivet Presenter Université Claude Bernard Lyon
B 2.37
Templating cooperative active sites in metal–organic frameworks
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
D. Xiao Presenter University of Washington
B 2.38
Simultaneous Hydrogen Production and Molecular Synthesis over Photoactive Metal-Organic Frameworks
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
N. Chiu Presenter Oregon State University
B 2.39
Zn-MOF-74 Enables Tandem Hydroformylation-Aldol Condensation by Adsorption-Driven Modulation
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
P. Gäumann Presenter PSID. Ongari EPFL ValaisB. Smit EPFL ValaisJ. van Bokhoven ETH / Paul Scherrer Institutute (PSI)M. Ranocchiari PSI
B 2.40
Catalytic performance of MIL-100(Fe) in the fixation of CO2 into cyclic carbonates
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
J. Delgado-Marín Universidad de Alicante, Departamento de Química Inorgánica-Instituto Universitario de MaterialesJ. Narciso Presenter Universidad de Alicante, Departamento de Química Inorgánica-Instituto Universitario de MaterialesE. Ramos Fernandez University of Alicante
B 2.41
Computationally Assisted Functionalization of UiO-67 to promote the synthesis of methyl acrylate from CO2
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
D. Tiana Presenter University College CorkG. Pareras University College CorkA. Twomey University College Cork
B 2.42
Ab-initio Prediction of MOFs Catalysts for CO₂ Reduction
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
S. Liu Presenter ICGM, Univ. Montpellier, CNRSD. Fan ICGM, Univ. Montpellier, CNRSP. Lyu ICGM, Univ. Montpellier, CNRSG. Maurin ICGM, Univ. Montpellier, CNRS
B 2.43
Bifunctional MOF-based Catalyst for Efficient Cycloaddition of CO2 to Epoxides under Mild Conditions
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
M. Pander Presenter University of Wrocław
B 2.44
Insights into the Ru substitution on redox activity of HKUST-1 in oxidative desulfurization reaction of a model fuel
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
M. Moghadasi Presenter Ferdowsi University of MashhadR. Khajavian Ferdowsi University of MashhadM. Mirzaei Ferdowsi University of Mashhad
B 2.45
Ultra-fast catalytic detoxification of organophosphates by nano-zeolitic imidazolate frameworks
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
A. Ebrahimi Presenter Comenius University in BratislavaL. Krivosudský Comenius University in Bratislava
B 2.46
Confinement Effects of Porphyrin MOFs in Catalysis
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
K. Hemmer Presenter Technische Universität MünchenM. Cokoja Technische Universität MünchenR. Fischer Technische Universität München
B 2.47
Selective Methane Oxidation using Metal-Organic Frameworks
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
P. Melix Presenter Universität LeipzigR. Snurr Northwestern University
B 2.48
Introducing a Second Metal to Zr-MOF-808 to Increase Activity as an Artificial Peptidase
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
A. Mullaliu KU LeuvenC. Simms Presenter KU LeuvenF. de Azambuja KU LeuvenT. Parac-Vogt KU Leuven
B 2.49
Effective Degradation of Novichok Nerve Agents by the Zirconium Metal-Organic Framework MOF-808
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
M. de Koning TNO Defense, Safety and Security,C. Soares ICGM, Univ. Montpellier, CNRS, ENSCMM. van Grol Presenter TNO Defense, Safety and Security,R. Bross TNO Defense, Safety and Security,G. Maurin ICGM, Univ. Montpellier, CNRS, ENSCM
B 2.50
3D Printed Hierarchical Aerogel Electrode of Metal-Organic Framework Derived Single Atom Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Evolution Reaction
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
P. Liu Presenter Technical University of Munich
B 2.51
Phenanthroline-based Covalent-Organic Framework for (Photo)electrochemical CO2 Reduction
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
L. Spies Presenter Ludwig Maximilian Universität MünchenJ. Schneider Ludwig Maximilian Universität MünchenA. Patrocinio Federal University of UberlandiaT. Bein Ludwig Maximilian Universität München
B 2.52
Potential use of MOFs as catalysts for glycolysis of poly(terephthalate ethylene)
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
P. Jutrzenka Trzebiatowska Presenter University of GdańskM. Baluk University of GdanskA. Zaleska-Medynska University of Gdansk,M. Gazda Gdansk University of Technology
B 2.53
Design of low crystalline Bimetallic AgCu MOF for electrochemical CO2 reduction
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
A. Nambi Presenter DTU
B 2.54
Assessing the performance of dye sensitized monolithic NH2-UiO-66 as a photocatalytic agent for hydrogen evolution
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
S. Mtetwa Presenter University of Cambridge, Department of ChemistryE. Lam University of Cambridge, Department of ChemistryD. Fairen-Jimenez University of Cambridge, Department of Chemical Engineering and BiotechnologyE. Reisner University of Cambridge, Department of ChemistryA. Wheatley University of Cambridge, Department of Chemistry
B 2.55
Heterogenized Phosphine Rhodium Molecular Catalyst within Metal-Organic Framework (MOF) for Ethylene Hydroformylation
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
P. Samanta Presenter Institute of research on catalysis and the environment of Lyon (IRCELYON)J. Canivet Institute of research on catalysis and the environment of Lyon (IRCELYON)
B 2.56
Tuning selectivity of commercial electro oxidation catalyst via facile MOF coating
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
L. Shupletsov Presenter TU DresdenS. Amanzadeh Salout TU DresdenA. Hossain Khan TU DresdenA. De TU DresdenI. Senkovska TU DresdenS. Kaskel TU DresdenE. Brunner TU Dresden
B 2.57
Photocatalytic reduction of CO₂ to formates with MIL-100/101
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
P. Länger Presenter Universität BayreuthJ. Senker Universität Bayreuth
B 2.58
Self-Templated Conversion of A Self-healing Metal-Organic “Soft” Coordination Polymer Gel into Active Photocatalyst: Nd/MF@Carbon Quasiaerogels Boosting Photocatalytic CO2 Reduction by Water
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
N. Alam Presenter Indian Institute of Technology PatnaD. Debajit Sarma Indian Institute of Technology Patna
B 2.59
Metal-free Sulfide Covalent Organic Polymers as a hypervalent S-O interaction heterogeneous catalysts
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
M. Melero Gutiérrez Presenter ITQ (UPV-CSIC)F. Llabrés i Xamena ITQ (UPV-CSIC)U. Díaz ITQ (UPV-CSIC)
B 2.60
NHC-functionalized linkers for the fabrication of SURMOFs applicable in SABRE-NMR
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
S. Oßwald Presenter Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
B 2.61
Correlating oxidation states and electrocatalytic activity in bifunctional two-dimensional conjugated di-copper metal-organic frameworks
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
A. Dominic Technische Universität DresdenZ. Wang Technische Universität DresdenA. Kuc Presenter Helmholtz- Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf e.V.P. Petkov University of SofiaH. Ly Technische Universität DresdenT. Pham Berlin University of TechnologyM. Kutzschbach Berlin University of TechnologyY. Cao Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen Nürnberg (FAU), Erlangen/DEJ. Bachmann Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen Nürnberg (FAU), Erlangen/DEX. Feng Technische Universität DresdenR. Dong Technische Universität DresdenI. Weidinger Technische Universität Dresden
B 2.62
Metal-Phthalocyanine-Based 2D Conjugated MOF Electrocatalysts
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
M. Wang Presenter Technische Universität Dresden, GermanyH. Zhong Technische Universität Dresden, GermanyR. Dong Technische Universität Dresden, GermanyE. Brunner Technische Universität Dresden, GermanyS. Kaskel Technische Universität Dresden, GermanyX. Feng Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
B 2.63
Photoelectrochemical Carbon Dioxide Reduction Catalyzed by a Cobalt Porphyrinic Metal-Organic Framework
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
N. Suremann Presenter University of UppsalaA. Beiler University of UppsalaB. McCarthy University of UppsalaW. Gschwind University of UppsalaS. Ott University of Uppsala
B 2.64
Selective, Photocatalytic Reduction of Acetylene to Ethylene Using the MOF Co-PCN-222
Poster 2.08 Catalysis (Electrocatalysis, Heterogeneous Catalysis, etc.)
A. Stone Presenter Northwestern UniversityJ. Hupp Northwestern UniversityE. Weiss Northwestern University
B 2.65
Adsorption of Ethanol and Water in ZIFs for TES applications: The influence of structural parameters
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
C. Byrne Presenter National Institute of ChemistryN. Zabukovec Logar National Institute of Chemistry
B 2.67
Selective adsorption of diols on porous organic frameworks via non-covalent cooperative molecular recognition
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
T. Zensen Presenter RWTH AachenT. Röper RWTH AachenN. Sackers RWTH AachenT. Fuchs RWTH AachenA. Pöppler Julius-Maximilians-Universität WürzburgA. Jupke RWTH AachenR. Palkovits RWTH AachenI. Delidovich TU Wien
B 2.68
Investigating the Effect of Particle Size on Gas Adsorption in Flexible ZIF-7 Framework
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
R. Bose Presenter Indian Institute of Technology MadrasP. Selvam Indian Institute of Technology MadrasN. Kaisare Indian Institute of Technology Madras
B 2.69
Crystal-size dependent guest-selective switchability of pillared layer metal–organic framework DUT-8(Zn)
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
L. Abylgazina Presenter TU DresdenI. Senkovska TU DresdenR. Engemann TU DresdenV. Bon TU DresdenS. Kaskel TU Dresden
B 2.70
Developing Pressure Swing Adsorption Process for Biogas Upgrading using Shaped MIL-160(Al)
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
M. Karimi Presenter University of PortoA. Rodrigues University of PortoA. Ferreira University of PortoF. Nouar Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, CNRS, Ecole Normale Supérieure, PSL UniversityK. Cho Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology (KRICT)U. Lee Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology (KRICT)C. Serre Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, CNRS, Ecole Normale Supérieure, PSL UniversityJ. Silva Centro de Investigação de Montanha (CIMO)
B 2.72
Binding sites of ethylene and 1-MCP in MOF HKUST-1: experimental and theoretical investigation
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
A. Pnevskaya Presenter IRI Smart materials, Southern Federal University
B 2.73
Cation and Anion Effects in IL@MOF Materials: Impact on Sorbent Properties
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
T. Ferreira Presenter LAQV/ REQUIMTE, Department of Chemistry, NOVA School of Science and Technology, FCT NOVA, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, 2829-516 Caparica, PortugalA. Vera LAQV/ REQUIMTE, Department of Chemistry, NOVA School of Science and Technology, FCT NOVA, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, 2829-516 Caparica, PortugalB. Moura LAQV/ REQUIMTE, Department of Chemistry, NOVA School of Science and Technology, FCT NOVA, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, 2829-516 Caparica, PortugalL. Esteves LAQV/ REQUIMTE, Department of Chemistry, NOVA School of Science and Technology, FCT NOVA, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, 2829-516 Caparica, PortugalT. Carvalho LAQV/ REQUIMTE, Department of Chemistry, NOVA School of Science and Technology, FCT NOVA, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, 2829-516 Caparica, PortugalM. Tariq LAQV/ REQUIMTE, Department of Chemistry, NOVA School of Science and Technology, FCT NOVA, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, 2829-516 Caparica, PortugalP. Reis LAQV/ REQUIMTE, Department of Chemistry, NOVA School of Science and Technology, FCT NOVA, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, 2829-516 Caparica, PortugalJ. Esperança LAQV/ REQUIMTE, Department of Chemistry, NOVA School of Science and Technology, FCT NOVA, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, 2829-516 Caparica, PortugalI. Esteves LAQV/ REQUIMTE, Department of Chemistry, NOVA School of Science and Technology, FCT NOVA, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, 2829-516 Caparica, Portugal
B 2.74
Biocompatible metal-organic framework for NO adsorption
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
T. Tajnšek Presenter National Institute of Chemistry, SloveniaM. Mazaj National Institute of Chemistry, SloveniaN. Zabukovec Logar National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia
B 2.75
Kinetic trapping – Gas storage and gas release of SF6 in ZIF-8
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
K. Heinz Presenter University of AugsburgH. Bunzen University of Augsburg
B 2.76
The Effect of the Metal Center on the Adsorption of Water in the CPO-27(M) Framework Series
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
M. Kloß Presenter Paderborn UniversityD. Baier Paderborn UniversityC. Weinberger Paderborn UniversityM. Tiemann Paderborn University
B 2.77
Influence of functional groups in the linker of UiO-66-MOFs on the adsorption of volatile organic compounds and water
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
A. Hannebauer Presenter Leibniz University HannoverK. Hindricks Leibniz University HannoverA. Schaate Leibniz University HannoverP. Behrens Leibniz University Hannover
B 2.78
Greenhouse gas sorption on metal-organic frameworks synthesized with 2,5-Di-(t-butyl)-Dihydroxy-1,4-Benzoquinone (DBHQ) linker
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
O. Cheung Presenter Uppsala UniversityM. Åhlén Uppsala UniversityD. Deole Uppsala UniversityE. Tikhomirov Uppsala University
B 2.79
Selective SF₆ adsorption and separation in pyrene-based metal-organic frameworks
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
M. Åhlén Presenter Uppsala UniversityO. Cheung Uppsala University
B 2.80
Simulation of Methane Sorption in the new Family of qzd-MOFs and the Application of Machine Learning for Predicting the Methane Uptake and Working Capacity.
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
M. Suyetin Presenter Institute of Nanotechnology, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
B 2.81
Polar Inorganic Pillars: Tuning CO2 Capture Performance from Air
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
M. Soukri RTI InternationalD. O'Nolan Presenter RTI International
B 2.82
B 2.83
A mechanistic study into the adsorption of n-butanol in ZIF-8 towards its separation from low concentration fermentation broths
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
S. Wallbridge Presenter Loughborough UniversityS. Dann Loughborough UniversityJ. Christie Loughborough UniversityJ. Wagner Loughborough University
B 2.85
Insights into Mass Transfer Barriers in Metal–Organic Frameworks
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
F. Son Presenter Northwestern UniversityB. Bukowski Northwestern UniversityY. Chen Northwestern UniversityL. Robison Northwestern UniversityR. Snurr Northwestern UniversityO. Farha Northwestern University
B 2.86
Derivation of N-containing carbons from microporous coordination polymers for use in post-combustion flue gas capture
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
J. Espin Presenter EPFL ValaisV. Karve EPFL ValaisM. Asgari University of CambridgeS. van Gele EPFL ValaisE. Oveisi EPFL ValaisW. Queen EPFL Valais
B 2.87
Advanced characterization of high performing next-generation membranes for gas separation
Poster 2.09 Adsorption
V. Guiotto Presenter University of Turin, Dept. of Chemistry
B 2.88
Quantum Sieving Effects in Hofmann-type Metal-Organic Frameworks for Hydrogen Isotope Separation
Poster 2.10 Separation
J. Ha Presenter Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)M. Jung Gyeongsang National UniversityJ. Park Gyeongsang National UniversityH. Oh Gyeongsang National UniversityH. Moon Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)
B 2.89
Preferential Adsorption of Water in Hydrophobic Metal-Organic Frameworks – the Impact of Entropic Separation Effects
Poster 2.10 Separation
A. von Wedelstedt Presenter HTW Dresden University of Applied SciencesM. Klauck HTW Dresden University of Applied SciencesG. Kalies HTW Dresden University of Applied Sciences
B 2.90
MOF-based temperature swing adsorption cycle for postcombustion CO2 capture from wet flue gas
Poster 2.10 Separation
S. Peh Presenter National University of Singapore
B 2.91
Gas Separation for a Sustainable Future: a novel 3D MOF to update CO2 capture technologies.
Poster 2.10 Separation
E. Andres-Garcia Presenter Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (ICMol), Universitat de ValenciaM. Clemente-León Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (ICMol), Universitat de ValenciaG. Mínguez Espallargas Instituto de Ciencia Molecular (ICMol), Universitat de Valencia
B 2.92
Separation of CO2/N2 Mixture by Pressure Swing Adsorption Process using Shaped MI-160(Al) for CO2 Post-Combustion Capture
Poster 2.10 Separation
M. Karimi Presenter University of PortoA. Rodrigues University of PortoA. Ferreira University of PortoF. Nouar Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, CNRS, Ecole Normale Supérieure, PSL UniversityK. Cho Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology (KRICT)U. Lee Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology (KRICT)C. Serre Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, CNRS, Ecole Normale Supérieure, PSL UniversityJ. Silva b Centro de Investigação de Montanha (CIMO)
B 2.93
Unraveling shape based selective adsorption of alkanes by MOFs
Poster 2.10 Separation
M. Wahiduzzaman Presenter ICGM - Université Montpellier - CNRSA. von Wedelstedt ICGM - Université Montpellier - CNRSG. Maurin ICGM - Université Montpellier - CNRSH. Zhao Université de Rennes 1- CNRSA. Ghoufi Université de Rennes 1- CNRSP. F. Brântuas Instituto Politécnico de BragançaA. Henrique Instituto Politécnico de BragançaT. Maity Instituto Politécnico de BragançaJ. A. C. Silva Instituto Politécnico de BragançaA. E. Rodrigues Faculty of Engineering - University of PortoF. Nouar Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, ENS, ESPCI, PSL UniversityC. Serre Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, ENS, ESPCI, PSL University
B 2.94
MXene assisted preparation of well-intergrown ZIF-67 membrane for helium separation
Poster 2.10 Separation
Z. Zhao Presenter Leibniz University of HannoverL. Ding South China University of TechnologyR. Hinterding Leibniz University of HannoverA. Mundstock Leibniz University of HannoverC. Belke Leibniz University of HannoverR. Haug Leibniz University of HannoverH. Wang Tsinghua UniversityA. Feldhoff Leibniz University of Hannover
B 2.95
DUT-67(Zr) and polystyrene: Synergetic effect on a hybrid material for the monitoring of personal care products in cosmetics
Poster 2.10 Separation
P. Napolitano-Tabares Presenter Universidad de La LagunaA. Gutiérrez-Serpa TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITÄT DRESDEN (TUD)A. Jiménez-Abizanda Universidad de La LagunaF. Jiménez-Moreno Universidad de La LagunaJ. Pasán Universidad de La LagunaV. Pino Universidad de La Laguna
B 2.96
Silver wires as supports for MOF-based solid-phase microextraction fibers
Poster 2.10 Separation
I. Negrín-Santamaría Presenter Universidad de La LagunaA. Gutiérrez-Serpa Technische Universität Dreden (TUD)M. Trujillo-Rodríguez Universidad de La LagunaF. Jiménez-Moreno Universidad de La LagunaA. Jiménez-Abizanda Universidad de La LagunaV. Pino Universidad de La LagunaJ. Pasán Universidad de La Laguna
B 2.97
Covalent organic frameworks as highly efficient sorbents in a micro-dispersive solid-phase extraction approach for the determination of organic pollutants
Poster 2.10 Separation
R. González-Martín Presenter Universidad de La LagunaP. Pachfule Department of Chemical, Biological & Macro-Molecular Sciences, S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic SciencesD. Díaz Díaz Universidad de La LagunaV. Pino Universidad de La Laguna
B 2.98
MOF-coated glass vials as novel thin film microextraction devices for analytical applications
Poster 2.10 Separation
I. Taima-Mancera Presenter Universidad de La LagunaJ. Ayala Universidad de La LagunaJ. Pasán Universidad de La LagunaV. Pino Universidad de La Laguna
B 2.99
Metal-organic frameworks for monitoring contaminants of emerging concern in waters of the Canary Islands (Spain)
Poster 2.10 Separation
E. Lodoso-Ruiz Presenter Universidad de La LagunaM. Trujillo-Rodríguez Universidad de La LagunaJ. Pasán Universidad de La LagunaJ. Ayala Universidad de La LagunaV. Pino Universidad de La Laguna
B 3.01
Electrically Conducting Metal-Organic Frameworks
Poster 3) Novel Fundamental Phenomena, Properties and Characterisation
S. Saha Presenter Clemson University
B 3.02
Cooperative interplay of molecular machines embedded in metal-organic frameworks
Poster 3) Novel Fundamental Phenomena, Properties and Characterisation
E. Kolodzeiski Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität MünsterS. Amirjalayer Presenter Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
B 3.03
Cooperative CO2 adsorption mechanism in a perfluorinated CeIV-based metal organic framework
Poster 3) Novel Fundamental Phenomena, Properties and Characterisation
M. Cavallo Presenter Torino University
B 3.04
Tuning the high-pressure phase behaviour of highly compressible zeolitic imidazolate frameworks – From discontinuous to continuous pore closure by linker substitution
Poster 3.01 Switchability and Dynamics
J. Song Presenter Technische Universität DortmundR. Pallach Technische Universität DortmundL. Frentzel-Beyme Technische Universität DortmundP. Kolodzeiski Technische Universität DortmundG. Kieslich Technical University of MunichP. Vervoorts Technical University of MunichC. Hobday The University of EdinburghS. Henke Technische Universität Dortmund
B 3.05
Lanthanoid Metal-Organic Frameworks based on rods and hexagons with gated CO2 sorption and temperature dependent chirality
Poster 3.01 Switchability and Dynamics
F. Amombo Noa Presenter Chalmers University of Technology
B 3.06
Dynamic Response in an Ultramicroporous Sorbent under Direct Air Capture Conditions
Poster 3.01 Switchability and Dynamics
M. Soukri Presenter RTI InternationalD. O'Nolan RTI InternationalY. Belmabkhout Mohamed VI Polytechnic University
B 3.07
DUT-8(Cu) vs. DUT-8(Ni) – impact of the metal node on the switching behavior
Poster 3.01 Switchability and Dynamics
M. Maliuta Presenter TU DresdenI. Senkovska TU DresdenS. Ehrling TU DresdenV. Romaka TU DresdenV. Bon TU DresdenM. Roslova IFW DresdenP. Petkov Sofia University “St. Kl. Ohridski”S. Kaskel TU Dresden
B 3.08
The guest- and temperature-depending responsiveness of flexible alkyl-functionalized DMOF-1 derivatives
Poster 3.01 Switchability and Dynamics
R. Pallach Presenter TU DortmundS. Henke TU Dortmund
B 3.09
Towards All-Optical Switching: Reversible Photoalignment of Molecules in MOFs
Poster 3.01 Switchability and Dynamics
F. Marlow Presenter Max-Planck-Institut für KohlenforschungT. Koehler Max-Planck-Institut für KohlenforschungA. Mundstock Leibniz Universität HannoverJ. Caro Leibniz Universität Hannover
B 3.10
Rigid vs. flexible metal-organic frameworks
Poster 3.01 Switchability and Dynamics
S. Wang Presenter National University of SingaporeD. Zhao National University of Singapore
B 3.11
Capability of the In Situ Pulsed Field Gradient NMR to Explore n-Butane Diffusion in a Highly-Flexible MOF DUT-49(Cu)
Poster 3.01 Switchability and Dynamics
M. Dvoyashkin Presenter Universität LeipzigF. Walenszus Technische Universität DresdenV. Bon Technische Universität DresdenJ. Evans The University of AdelaideS. Kaskel Technische Universität Dresden
B 3.12
Single and multicomponent liquid phase adsorption on the switchable MOF DUT-8(Ni) and its analogs DUT-128(Ni) and DUT-131(Ni)
Poster 3.01 Switchability and Dynamics
N. Bönisch Presenter Technische Universität DresdenS. Ehrling Technische Universität DresdenI. Senkovska Technische Universität DresdenS. Kaskel Technische Universität Dresden
B 3.13
Pore Chemistry Engineering for Gas Sorption Tuning in New Coordination Networks
Poster 3.01 Switchability and Dynamics
K. Koupepidou Presenter Bernal Institute, University of Limerick
B 3.14
Novel, Dynamic DNA/MOF Interface on SPR platform for ion sensing
Poster 3.01 Switchability and Dynamics
S. Leisten Presenter RWTH Aachen - Insititute of Materials in Electrical Engineering 1H. Jiang RWTH Aachen - Insititute of Materials in Electrical Engineering 1S. Eiden RWTH Aachen - Institute of Organic ChemistryD. Storelli RWTH Aachen - Insititute of Materials in Electrical Engineering 1T. Kurkina RWTH Aachen - Institute of BiotechnologyU. Schwaneberg RWTH Aachen - Institute of BiotechnologyS. Ingebrandt RWTH Aachen - Insititute of Materials in Electrical Engineering 1E. Weinhold RWTH Aachen - Institute of Organic ChemistryV. Pachauri RWTH Aachen - Insititute of Materials in Electrical Engineering 1
B 3.15
New procedure for calculating missing linker defects in Metal Organic Frameworks
Poster 3.02 Defects and Disorders
D. Sannes Presenter University of OsloS. Øien-Ødegård University of OsloA. Nova University of OsloU. Olsbye University of Oslo
B 3.16
Coordination Modulation as an Alternative Pathway to UiO-66 Electronic Structure Engineering for Photocatalytic Oxidative Desulfurization
Poster 3.02 Defects and Disorders
R. Najafzade Ferdowsi University of MashhadR. Khajavian Presenter Ferdowsi University of MashhadM. Mirzaei Ferdowsi University of Mashhad
B 3.17
Exposition of Microporosity of Mechanically Compressed ZIF-62
Poster 3.02 Defects and Disorders
C. Das Presenter TU DortmundS. Henke TU Dortmund
B 3.18
Topological design of highly porous flexible frameworks by systematic variation of ligand geometry in tetracarboxylate ligands.
Poster 3.03 Topology and Nets
B. Felsner Presenter Technische Universität DresdenV. Bon Technische Universität DresdenN. Bönisch Technische Universität DresdenI. Senkovska Technische Universität DresdenS. Kaskel Technische Universität Dresden
B 3.19
In situ electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy as a tool to monitor structural phase transitions in flexible metal-organic frameworks from the local view of the metal unit
Poster 3.04 Advanced Characterisation Techniques
M. Mendt Universität LeipzigK. Thangavel Presenter Universität LeipzigP. Vervoorts Technische Universität MünchenS. Ehrling Technische Universität DresdenM. Maliuta Technische Universität DresdenA. Schneemann Technische Universität MünchenI. Senkovska Technische Universität DresdenR. Fischer Technische Universität MünchenS. Kaskel Technische Universität DresdenA. Pöppl Universiät Leipzig
B 3.20
Understanding the electronic properties behind methane to methanol oxidation processes in MIL-100(Fe) MOF
Poster 3.04 Advanced Characterisation Techniques
M. Vandone Presenter University of MilanL. Braglia IOM-CNR, Istituto Officina dei Materiali, Elettra synchrotronT. Grell University of MilanV. Colombo University of Milan
B 3.21
Toolkit for the Characterization of Mesoporous Zeolite Catalysts by Physical Adsorption
Poster 3.04 Advanced Characterisation Techniques
J. Strobl Presenter Anton Paar Germany GmbHJ. Hundt Anton Paar Germany GmbHK. Cychosz Struckhoff Anton Paar QuantaTec Inc.
B 3.22
Syntheses and refractive index measurements of MOF single crystals
Poster 3.04 Advanced Characterisation Techniques
A. Deutsch Presenter Leibniz Universität HannoverE. Agócs Leibniz Universität HannoverR. Fischer Universität BremenP. Behrens Leibniz Universität Hannover
B 3.23
Elemental Depth Profiling of Intact Metal−Organic Framework Single Crystals by Scanning Nuclear Microprobe
Poster 3.04 Advanced Characterisation Techniques
B. McCarthy Uppsala UniversityT. Liseev Uppsala UniversityM. Sortica Uppsala UniversityV. Paneta Uppsala UniversityW. Gschwind Presenter Uppsala UniversityG. Nagy Uppsala UniversityS. Ott Uppsala UniversityD. Primetzhofer Uppsala University
B 3.24
Operando XAS investigation of Pd and Zr local environment in catalytic hydrogenation of CO2 over Pd-UiO-67 MOF
Poster 3.05 In Operando-Characterisation
A. Skorynina Presenter Southern Federal UniversityA. Bugaev Southern Federal UniversityE. Kozyr Southern Federal UniversityA. Soldatov Southern Federal UniversityA. Lazzarini University of L'AquilaU. Olsbye University of OsloC. Ahoba-Sam University of OsloE. Borfecchia University of TurinS. Bordiga University of TurinK. Lomachenko ESRF
B 3.25
Combination of synchrotron X-ray diffraction and X-ray absorption spectroscopy for operando characterization
Poster 3.05 In Operando-Characterisation
A. Bugaev Presenter Southern Federal UniversityA. Skorynina Southern Federal UniversityE. Kozyr Southern Federal University
B 3.26
In-situ ¹²⁹Xe NMR studies of Xe/Kr mixture adsorption on flexible MOFs
Poster 3.05 In Operando-Characterisation
C. Bachetzky Presenter TU DresdenM. Maliuta TU DresdenI. Senkovska TU DresdenS. Kaskel TU DresdenE. Brunner TU Dresden
B 3.27
B 3.28
Low-frequency vibrational spectroscopy of DUT-8 (Me) in the open and closed pore phases
Poster 3.06 Spectroscopy
S. Krylova Presenter Kirensky Institute of Physics Federal Research Center KSC Siberian Branch Russian Academy of SciencesV. Zykova Institute of Automation and Electrometry of the SB RASI. Senkovska Technische Universität DresdenI. Yushina South Ural State University, SEC NahenotechnologyA. Vtyurin Kirensky Institute of Physics Federal Research Center KSC Siberian Branch Russian Academy of SciencesA. Krylov Kirensky Institute of Physics Federal Research Center KSC Siberian Branch Russian Academy of Sciences
B 3.29
Using solid-state NMR spectroscopy to investigate mixed-metal MIL-53
Poster 3.06 Spectroscopy
E. Borthwick Presenter University of St AndrewsZ. Davis University of St AndrewsD. Dawson University of St AndrewsS. Ashbrook University of St Andrews
B 3.30
X-ray absorption spectroscopy study of metal-organic frameworks functionalized by Pd: Formation and growth of Pd nanoparticles.
Poster 3.06 Spectroscopy
E. Kozyr Presenter University of Torino; Southern Federal UniversityA. Bugaev Southern Federal UniversityA. Skorynina Southern Federal UniversityA. Soldatov Southern Federal University
B 3.31
B 3.32
Unraveling the reduced-nature of cerium sites in Ce(IV)-MOFs: From advanced to more accessible techniques
Poster 3.06 Spectroscopy
S. Rojas Buzo Presenter NIS Center and INSTM Reference Center/University of TurinD. Salusso NIS Center and INSTM Reference Center/University of TurinS. Bordiga NIS Center and INSTM Reference Center/University of Turin
B 3.33
Characterization of Cu-ZIF-8 by CW and pulsed electron paramagnetic resonance techniques
Poster 3.06 Spectroscopy
M. Lukman Presenter University of LeipzigP. Bruzzese University of LeipzigW. Böhlmann University of LeipzigA. Pöppl University of Leipzig
B 3.34
Two-Photon Absorption in Metal–Organic Frameworks
Poster 3.06 Spectroscopy
Y. Cui Presenter Technical University of MunichS. Weishäupl Technical University of MunichA. Pöthig Technical University of MunichR. Fischer Technical University of MunichJ. Hauer Technical University of Munich
B 3.35
Optimum BF (OBF) STEM using the SAAF Detector
Poster 3.07 Microscopy
T. Harzer Presenter JEOL Germany GmbH
B 3.36
A RAPID AND DIRECT METHOD TO SENSE THE CAPTURE OF POLLUTANTS IN WATER BY MAGNETIC MOFs
Poster 3.08 Magnetism
N. Barroso García Presenter BCMaterials
B 3.37
Polar Molecule Confinement Effects on Dielectric Modulations of Metal–Organic Frameworks
Poster 3.09 Dielectric and Ferroelectric Properties
M. Usman Presenter Delft University of Technology
B 3.38
Dielectric Properties of Guest Molecule-loaded MOFs with Dipolar Rotors
Poster 3.09 Dielectric and Ferroelectric Properties
B. Farhadi Jahromi Presenter Ruhr-Universität BochumR. Schmid Ruhr-Universität Bochum
B 3.39
Dipolar Molecular Rotors in Surface-Anchored Metal Organic Frameworks
Poster 3.09 Dielectric and Ferroelectric Properties
X. Zhang Presenter Bielefeld UniversityS. Hamer Christian-Albrechts-University of KielR. Haldar Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)D. Reuter University of AugsburgF. Paneff Bielefeld UniversityD. Volkmer University of AugsburgP. Lunkenheimer University of AugsburgA. Beyer Bielefeld UniversityI. Howard Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)R. Herges Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel
B 3.40
MOF-VR: A Virtual Reality Program for Performing and Visualizing Immersive Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Guest Molecules in Metal-Organic Frameworks
Poster 3.10 Modelling and Simulation at all Levels
A. von Wedelstedt Presenter HTW Dresden University of Applied SciencesG. Goebel HTW Dresden University of Applied SciencesG. Kalies HTW Dresden University of Applied Sciences
B 3.41
Mean-field model for pure and mixed gas adsorption. The effects of lateral interactions
Poster 3.10 Modelling and Simulation at all Levels
K. Sillar Presenter University of TartuA. Kundu Humboldt Universität zu BerlinJ. Sauer Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
B 3.42
Atomistic insight in the flexibility and heat transport properties of MIL-53(Al) for water-adsorption applications
Poster 3.10 Modelling and Simulation at all Levels
A. Lamaire Presenter Ghent University (UGent)J. Wieme Ghent University (UGent)A. Hoffman Ghent University (UGent)V. Van Speybroeck Ghent University (UGent)
B 3.43
Isotope-selective responsivity of a flexible metal-organic framework
Poster 3.10 Modelling and Simulation at all Levels
J. Fiorio Presenter TU-DresdenJ. Evans University of AdelaideJ. Joswig TU-DresdenT. Heine TU-Dresden
B 3.44
Cu&Ag benzenehexathiolate coordination polymer family as a structure and spin playground
Poster 3.10 Modelling and Simulation at all Levels
T. Liu TU DresdenM. Polozij Presenter TU DresdenZ. Wang TU DresdenX. Huang TU DresdenR. Dong TU DresdenT. Heine TU Dresden
B 3.45
Theoretical insights on the conducting properties of a iodine-doped perylene-based Metal Organic Framework.
Poster 3.10 Modelling and Simulation at all Levels
M. Esteve-Rochina Presenter Institute of Molecular Science (ICMol), University of ValenciaG. Valente Department of Chemistry, CICECO-Aveiro Institute of Materials, University of AveiroM. Souto Department of Chemistry, CICECO-Aveiro Institute of Materials, University of AveiroE. Ortí Institute of Molecular Science (ICMol), University of ValenciaJ. Calbo Institute of Molecular Science (ICMol), University of Valencia
B 3.46
Assembly-induced electronic properties of surface-anchored metal-organic frameworks
Poster 3.10 Modelling and Simulation at all Levels
M. Kozlowska Presenter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/ Institute of NanotechnologyM. Mostaghimi Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/ Institute of NanotechnologyH. Schopmans Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/ Institute of NanotechnologyL. Heinke Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) - Institute of Functional InterfacesC. Wöll Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) - Institute of Functional InterfacesW. Wenzel Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/ Institute of Nanotechnology
B 3.47
Modelling dynamic effects to determine transport properties in semiconducting MOFs containing 1D pentacene stacks
Poster 3.10 Modelling and Simulation at all Levels
R. Steentjes Presenter Graz University of TechnologyN. Taghizade Graz University of TechnologyS. Wieser Graz University of TechnologyE. Zojer Graz University of Technology
B 3.48
MOF Synthesis Prediction Enabled by Automatic Data Mining and Machine Learning
Poster 3.11 Machine Learning
Y. Luo Presenter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) - Institute of Functional InterfacesS. Bag Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)O. Zaremba Basque Center for Materials, Applications & NanostructuresA. Cierpka Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)J. Andreo Basque Center for Materials, Applications & NanostructuresS. Wuttke Basque Center for Materials, Applications & NanostructuresP. Friederich Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)M. Tsotsalas Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) - Institute of Functional Interfaces
B 3.49
Machine-Learning assisted large-scale MOFs screening and ranking for CH4/N2 separation
Poster 3.11 Machine Learning
X. Zhang Presenter EPFL Valais Wallis
B 3.50
The Computational Screening & Machine Learning Approaches for Investigation of Separation of Xylene Isomers
Poster 3.11 Machine Learning
M. Suyetin Presenter Institute of Nanotechnology, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
B 3.51
SynMOF: A database of MOF synthesis information generated via text mining
Poster 3.12 Data Mining
K. Gubsch The University of SheffieldR. Bence The University of SheffieldL. Glasby Presenter The University of SheffieldP. Moghadam The University of Sheffield
B 3.52
Diversifying databases of metal organic frameworks for high-throughput computational screening
Poster 3.13 High Throughput Screening
S. Majumdar Presenter École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)S. Moosavi École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)K. Jablonka École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)D. Ongari École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)B. Smit École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
B 3.53
Exploring the performance limits of MOF/polymer mixed matrix membranes for a large variety of gas separations
Poster 3.13 High Throughput Screening
H. Daglar Presenter Koç UniversityS. Aydin Koç UniversityS. Keskin Avci Koç University
B 3.54
App-based Quantification of Crystal Phases and Amorphous Content in ZIFs Biocomposites
Poster 3.13 High Throughput Screening
M. Hafner Presenter Graz University of TechnologyL. Villanova Graz University of TechnologyF. Carraro Graz University of Technology
B 3.55
Towards a Robust Evaluation of Nanoporous Materials for Carbon Capture Applications
Poster 3.13 High Throughput Screening
E. Moubarak Presenter Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
B 3.56
Specific Heat Capacity in Metal-Organic Frameworks: A High-Throughput Simulation Study
Poster 3.13 High Throughput Screening
G. Huang Presenter University of SheffieldP. Moghadam University of Sheffield
B 3.57
Understanding the thermal expansion of MOF-74
Poster 3.14 Mechanical Properties
T. Kamencek Graz University of TechnologyB. Schrode Anton Paar GmbHR. Ricco Asian Institute of TechnologyR. Resel Graz University of TechnologyE. Zojer Presenter Graz University of Technology
B 3.58
Machinery Components inside Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks
Poster 3.14 Mechanical Properties
J. Nam Presenter Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)E. Jin Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)S. Lee Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)D. Yang Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)H. Cho Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)W. Choe Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)
B 3.59
Li⁺ conductivity in meltable dinitrile-based coordination polymers
Poster 3.17 Conductivity (Electrical, Thermal, Ionic, Proton)
K. Kageyama Presenter Kyoto UniversityS. Horike Kyoto University
B 3.60
Inducing anhydrous and water-assisted high proton conductivity in metal-organic frameworks CPO-27/MOF-74 by mechanochemical approach
Poster 3.17 Conductivity (Electrical, Thermal, Ionic, Proton)
M. Lupa Presenter Jagiellonian University in KrakowP. Kozyra Jagiellonian University in KrakowD. Matoga Jagiellonian University in Krakow
B 4.01
A database to identify economically feasible MOF structures for volumetric H2 storage from their composition and porous properties
Poster 4) Towards industrial application
J. Villajos Collado Presenter Feredal institute for materials research and testing
B 4.02
Using non-invasive Raman spectroscopy to elucidate the mechanism of MOF formation
Poster 4) Towards industrial application
M. Chong Presenter University of StrathclydeA. Parrott University of StrathclydeA. Nordon University of StrathclydeA. Fletcher University of Strathclyde
B 4.03
Upscaling aluminum MOF synthesis: exploring a more sustainable approach by solvent replacement and re-use
Poster 4.01 Upscaling, Shaping, Additive Manufacturing
P. So Presenter National Taiwan Normal UniversityP. Tang National Taiwan Normal UniversityC. Lin National Taiwan Normal University
B 4.04
Sol-Gel Processing of a Covalent Organic Framework for the Generation of Hierarchically Porous Monolithic Adsorbents
Poster 4.01 Upscaling, Shaping, Additive Manufacturing
M. Carrington University of CambridgeN. Rampal Presenter University of CambridgeD. Madden University of CambridgeD. O'Nolan Stony Brook UniversityN. Casati Paul Scherrer InstituteG. Divitini University of CambridgeJ. Martin-Illan Universidad de MadridM. Tricarico University of OxfordR. Cepitis University of CambridgeC. Camur University of CambridgeT. Curtin University of LimerickJ. Silvestre Albero Universidad de AlicanteJ. Tan University of OxfordF. Zamora Universidad de MadridS. Taraskin University of CambridgeK. Chapman Stony Brook UniversityD. Fairen-Jimenez University of Cambridge
B 4.05
Cost-effective and Environment-Friendly Synthesis, Shaping and Selective CO2 Capture Property of Al-based MOFs
Poster 4.01 Upscaling, Shaping, Additive Manufacturing
S. Nandi Presenter Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, UMR 8004 Ecole Normale Supérieure, ESPCI Paris D. Chakraborty Presenter Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, UMR 8004 Ecole Normale Supérieure, ESPCI Paris N. Heymans Service de Thermodynamique et Physique Mathématique, Faculté Polytechnique, Université de Mons,G. Weireld Service de Thermodynamique et Physique Mathématique, Faculté Polytechnique, Université de Mons, 7000 Mons, BelgiqueF. Nouar Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, UMR 8004 Ecole Normale Supérieure, ESPCI Paris, CNRS, PSL University 75005 Paris,FranceG. Mouchaham Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, UMR 8004 Ecole Normale Supérieure, ESPCI Paris, CNRS, PSL University 75005 Paris,FranceC. Serre Institut des Matériaux Poreux de Paris, UMR 8004 Ecole Normale Supérieure, ESPCI Paris, CNRS, PSL University 75005 Paris,France
B 4.06
MOFs with Benzophenone Units: Shaping and Postsynthetic Modification towards Various Application
Poster 4.01 Upscaling, Shaping, Additive Manufacturing
K. Hindricks Presenter Leibniz Universität HannoverJ. Erdmann Leibniz Universität HannoverC. Marten Leibniz Universität HannoverP. Behrens Leibniz Universität Hannover
B 4.07
Industrial Scale, Continuous Flow Synthesis of Metal-Organic Frameworks for CCUS Applications
Poster 4.01 Upscaling, Shaping, Additive Manufacturing
J. Turner Presenter Promethean Particles Ltd
B 4.08
MOF shaping strategies towards stable MOF monoliths
Poster 4.01 Upscaling, Shaping, Additive Manufacturing
V. Karve Presenter HES-SO VSW. Queen EPFL Valais WallisM. Soutrenon HES-SO VS
B 4.09
Additive Manufacturing of Metal-Organic Frameworks for Advanced Applications in Electrocatalysis and Regenerative Medicine
Poster 4.01 Upscaling, Shaping, Additive Manufacturing
S. Dummert Presenter Technical University of Munich, Chair of Inorganic and Metal-Organic ChemistryS. Mansi Technical University of Munich, Chair of Medical Materials and ImplantsZ. Hussain Technical University of Munich, Chair of Inorganic and Metal-Organic ChemistryP. Mela Technical University of Munich, Chair of Medical Materials and ImplantsO. Lieleg Technical University of Munich, Associate Professorship of BiomechanicsA. Casini Technical University of Munich, Chair of Medicinal and Bioinorganic ChemistryR. Fischer Technical University of Munich, Chair of Inorganic and Metal-Organic Chemistry
B 4.10
B 4.11
The Study of Cyclodextrin-based Metal Organic Frameworks (COFs) for Encapsulating the Glabridin
Poster 4.03 Storage and Delivery
H. JI H&A PHARMACHEMY. PARK H&A PHARMACHEMS. SON H&A PHARMACHEMH. JI Presenter H&A PHARMACHEM
B 4.12
Metal-organic framework based encapsulation – A strategy towards protection of fiberoptic immunosensor probes.
Poster 4.03 Storage and Delivery
S. Dutta Indian institute of technology, MadrasD. M Indian institute of technology, MadrasS. Menon Presenter Indian institute of technology, MadrasV. Janakiraman Indian institute of technology, MadrasV. Sai Indian institute of technology, Madras
B 4.13
The synthesis of the HKUST-1 material for selective ethane adsorption using MW activation and ionic liquids as a reaction medium
Poster 4.04 Gas and Liquid Phase Separation
G. Deyko Presenter Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry RASV. Isaeva Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry RASL. Glukhov Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry RASV. Chernyshev Moscow State University, Department of ChemistryV. Vergun Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry RASG. Kapustin Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry RASL. Kustov Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry RAS
B 4.15
Advances in MOFs and MOF-Composites synthesis and performance evaluation for H₂S and NH₃ Capture
Poster 4.09 Personal Protection
C. Piscopo Presenter Fraunhofer ICT
B 4.16
Immobilized PNP-Pincers as Solid Molecular Catalysts for Hydrogen Storage and Release
Poster 4.12 Catalysis
K. Birkelbach Presenter RWTH AachenI. Kappel MPI für KohlenforschungP. Hausoul RWTH AachenR. Palkovits RWTH Aachen
B 4.17
Chemoselective Cu and Ni-MOFs as pre-catalysts for the hydrogenation of furfural to furfuryl alcohol
Poster 4.12 Catalysis
P. Moyo Presenter University of Johannesburg
B 4.18
Propylene Dimerization using Ni-ZIF-8
Poster 4.12 Catalysis
M. Alalouni Presenter Saudi Aramco/ Catalyst Center of Excellence (CCoE), Research and Development CenterX. Dong King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / Advanced Membranes and Porous Materials CenterC. Chen King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / Advanced Membranes and Porous Materials CenterY. Han King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) / Advanced Membranes and Porous Materials Center
B 4.19
Development of Recyclable Multifunctional Metal Organic Framework Catalysts for Organic Synthesis
Poster 4.12 Catalysis
S. Ndlovu Presenter University of St Andrews
B 4.20
Metal-Organic Framework-Pellet Catalyst Composites for Continuous Flow Operations
Poster 4.12 Catalysis
A. Griffiths Presenter University of LeedsT. Chamberlain University of LeedsS. Collins University of LeedsK. Wu Zhejiang UniversityM. Muldowney Sterling PharmaceuticalsW. Reynolds Sterling Pharmaceuticals
B 4.21
Metal Organic Framework scintillators for radioactive gas detection
Poster 4.15 Sensors and Detection
S. Mauree Presenter CEA SaclayV. Villemot CEA SaclayG. Bertrand CEA SaclayM. Hamel CEA SaclayB. Sabot CEA Saclay
B 4.22
MOF-based micro-cavity/capacitor dual-read-out gas sensor
Poster 4.15 Sensors and Detection
M. Verstreken Presenter Katholieke Universiteit (KU) LeuvenM. Tietze Katholieke Universiteit (KU) LeuvenA. Matavž Katholieke Universiteit (KU) LeuvenR. Ameloot Katholieke Universiteit (KU) Leuven
B 4.23
Metal-organic framework coated optical fiber for detection of Cr6+ ions
Poster 4.15 Sensors and Detection
S. Menon Presenter Indian Institute of Technology MadrasS. V V Raghavendra Indian Institute of Technology Madras
B 4.24
Electrochemically synthesized ultra-thin film of Cu-HHTP MOF as Chemi-resistive Gas Sensor
Poster 4.15 Sensors and Detection
Y. Wang Presenter University of Oxford
B 4.25
MOF-based sensors for water quality assessment: the fluoride case.
Poster 4.15 Sensors and Detection
E. Otal Presenter Shinshu Univeristy
B 4.26
Room-temperature methane detection using a metal-organic framework-functionalized quartz crystal microbalance sensor
Poster 4.15 Sensors and Detection
J. Malhotra Presenter DTU Offshore, Technical University of Denmark (DTU)M. Kubus Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark (DTU)K. Pedersen Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark (DTU)S. Andersen DTU Offshore, Technical University of Denmark (DTU)J. Sundberg DTU Offshore, Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
B 4.27
Atomic-scale quantum sensing of ensembles of guest molecules in MOF with intrinsic electron spin centers
Poster 4.15 Sensors and Detection
A. Kultaeva Universität LeipzigA. Pöppl Universiät LeipzigW. Schmidt Universität PaderbornT. Biktagirov Presenter Paderborn University