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Invited Speakers

Rahul Banerjee
National Chemical Laboratory / Ind
Porous Crystalline Covalent Organic Nano Materials with Exceptional Chemical Stability
Thomas Bein
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München / Ger
Electroactive Covalent Organic Frameworks Showing Light-Induced Charge Transfer
Darren Bradshaw
University of Southampton / UK
MOF Microreactors for Size-selective Biocatalysis
Craig Brown
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) / USA
Structural Studies of Adsorbates in MOFs
Banglin Chen
The University of Texas at San Antonio / USA
Nanoporous Metal-Organic Frameworks: Platforms for Multifunctional Materials
Seth Cohen
University of California, San Diego / USA
MOF Catalysts Containing Engineered Metal Centers
Ali Coskun
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) / RoK
Directing Structural Features and Gas Sorption Properties of Covalent Amorphous Polymers
Dirk De Vos
University of Leuven (KU Leuven) / Bel
New Sorptive, Photoactive and Catalytic Applications of Zr-, Hf- and Ti-MOFs
Mircea Dincă
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) / USA
Teaching Sponges New Tricks: Engineering Charge Transport in Metal-Organic Frameworks
Christian Doonan
The University of Adelaide / Aus
Capturing Snapshots of Reaction Products in MOFs
Mohamed Eddaoudi
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology / SAU
Metal-Organic Frameworks from Design Strategies to Applications
Paolo Falcaro
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) / Aus
Positioning Metal-Organic Frameworks
Omar Farha
Northwestern University / USA
Catalytic Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Design, Preparation, and Application in Tandem/Cascade Catalysis
Pingyun Feng
University of California, Riverside / USA
Metal-Organic Framework Materials for Energy Related Applications
David Farrusseng
Lyon Institute of Research on Catalysis and the Environment (IRCELYON) / Fra
MOF as Solid Ligands of Organometallic Catalysts – Unrivalled performances!
Tomislav Friščić
McGill University / Can
Solvent-free and Low-energy Assembly of Metal-Organic Frameworks
Patricia Horcajada
Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University (UVSQ) / Fra
Non-toxic and Stealth Engineered-surface Metal-Organic Framework Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery
Satoshi Horike
Kyoto University / Jpn
Melting MOFs: Their Dynamics and Ionic Transport
Stefan Kaskel
Dresden University of Technology / Ger
New Metal-Organic Frameworks with Ultrahigh Porosity
Masaki Kawano
Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) / RoK
Kinetic Control of Porous Network Formation
Daniel Maspoch
Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2) / Esp
Nanoscale MOFs: Synthesis, Toxicity and New Properties
Ryotaro Matsuda
Kyoto University / Jpn
Self-Accelerating CO Sorption in Soft One-dimensional Nano Channel of Porous Coordination Polymers
Jorge Navarro
University of Granada / Esp
Metal Organic Frameworks for the Capture and Degradation of Toxic Gases and Vapors
Jeffrey Reimer
University of California, Berkeley / USA
What NMR Can Tell Us About MOFs
Kazuki Sada
Hokkaido University / Jpn
Clickable Metal Organic Frameworks for Surface Modification and Crystal Cross-Linking
Rochus Schmid
Ruhr University Bochum / Ger
Force Field Simulation of Stimuli Induced Structural Transformations of MOFs
Norbert Stock
University of Keil (CAU) / Ger
Influence of Octahedra Connectivity and Linker Shape on the Formation of Microporous and Highly Stable Chain-based Al-based MOFs
Jin-Chong Tan
University of Oxford / UK
Identifying Terahertz Vibrations that Control the Elastic Properties of MOFs
Praveen Thallapally
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory / USA
Molecularly Organized Nanostructured Materials and Applications
Bo Wang
Beijin Institute of Technology / PRC
Metal-Organic Frameworks and their Nanocomposites for Carbon Fixation and Bio-Sensing
Teppei Yamada
Kyushu University / Jpn
Designed Disorder – High Proton Conductivity of (HPy)2[Zn2(ox)3]nH2O with Disordered Hydrogen Bond Network
Cafer Yavuz
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) / RoK
Nanoporous Materials Chemistry for CO2 Capture and Separation
Michael Zaworotko
University of Limerick / IRL
Crystal Engineering of Porous Materials