We organize the iCeMS symposium on “Programing functionalities into porous materials”.
We invite four speakers from oversea and two speakers from Kyoto.
Time&Date: 8th/March, 13:00-17:30
Place: FUNAI TETSURO AUDITORIUM @Katsura Campus, Kyoto University.
No registration required, free of charge.
Please visit the symposium website.
Prof. Mircea Dinca (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)
Prof. Christian Doonan (University of Adelaide, Australia)
Dr. Paolo Falcaro (The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), Australia)
Prof. Satoshi Horike (Kyoto University, Japan)
Prof. Yuriy Roman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)
Prof. Hiroshi Sato (Kyoto University, Japan)
Prof. Shuhei Furukawa (Kyoto Univ.); Opening Remarks
Prof. Christian Doonan (Univ. of Adelaide);
Robust nanoporous organic cage molecules
Prof. Satoshi Horike (Kyoto Univ.);
Ion transfer in the restricted channels of coordination polymer
Prof. Yuriy Roman (MIT);
Microporous solid Lewis acids: An attractive platform to achieve catalytic cooperativity
Prof. Hiroshi Sato (Kyoto Univ.);
Self-promoting CO sorption in soft nanoporous crystals
Dr. Paolo Falcaro (CSIRO);
Positioning metal-organic frameworks
Prof. Mircea Dinca (MIT);
Building around the pores: Electronic conductivity and redox activity in metal-organic frameworks
We had an active discussion for each lecture.
The scientific discussion still continued even at dinner time at a traditional japanese restaurant.