We organized the UK-Japan Workshop on “Organic-Inorganic Framework Materials”, together with iCeMS and British Consulate-General, Osaka.

Time&Date: 10-11th/October, 2013
Place: 2nd Floor Seminar Room @iCeMS Main Bldg, Kyoto University.
No registration required, free of charge.

Please visit the workshop website.


All participants!!!


Susumu Kitagawa (iCeMS, Kyoto Univ); Opening Remarks


Tomohiro Nakayama (JST); Opening Remarks


Ed Thomson (UK Science & Innovation Network); Opening Remarks


Tony Cheetham (Univ. of Cambridge); Opening Remarks and Kick off Talk
Some Aspects of the Physical Properties of Inorganic-Organic Framework Materials


Hiroshi Kageyama (Kyoto Univ.);
Topochemical Reactions in Condensed Phases toward Functional Properties


Andrew Goodwin (Univ. of Oxford);
Order, Disorder, Flexibility, Function: Functional Molecular Frameworks by Design


Katsuhiko Ariga (NIMS);
Manual Nanotechnology as a New Nanotechnology Manual


Sihai Yang (Univ. of Nottingham);
Metal-Organic Framework Materials for Gas Storage and Separations


Shigeyoshi Sakaki (Kyoto Univ.);
Gas Absorption and Spin Transition of the Hofmann-Type Porous Coordination Polymer: Theoretical Study


Hiroshi Kitagawa (Kyoto Univ.);
Creation of Functional Materials on the Basis of Elemental Strategy


Richard Catlow (University College London);
Predictive Computational Modelling of Microporous Materials


Tina Düren (Univ. of Edinburgh);
Molecular Simulation of Adsorption in MOFs: Useful Insights but Only if Used With Care


Ben Slater (University College London) ;
Insights into Structure and Function of MOFs


Hiroki Oshio (Univ. of Tsukuba) ;
Metal Complexes with Multi-Bistability


Satoshi Horike (Kyoto Univ.);
Design of Proton Conductive Pathways in Coordination Polymers


Richard Walton (Univ. of Warwick);
OF Crystallisation: In Situ Diffraction and Multi-Component Materials


Yasuhide Inokuma (Univ. of Tokyo);
Crystallographic Analysis of Trace Compounds Using Porous Complexes


Russell Morris (Univ. of St Andrews);
Out of Weakness Comes Strength—Using the Instability of MOFs to Our Advantage


Shuhei Furukawa (iCeMS, Kyoto Univ.);
Controlled Molecular Release from Porous Coordination Polymers


Kenichiro Itami (Nagoya Univ.);
Controlled Bottom-Up Synthesis of Molecular Nanocarbons


Matthew Rosseinsky (Univ. of Liverpool);
Selective Sorption and Structural Transformations in New Metal-Organic Frameworks


The seminar room was full of audiences!!


The discussions were continuously being active event at the reception.


Exchanging ideas at the coffee break and the poster session.


Informal mixer at the end of workshop.

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