12 February, 2014School on Topological Crystal Chemistry
The study of topology is important for describing the structures and determining the properties of porous materials, such as zeolites and metal–organic frameworks. Such approaches can also be helpful in the designed synthesis of new materials. The school will focus on the theory of topology and the use of computer programs to aid in the analysis of structures.
24 February, 2014Research from FMD3/AMPM group highlighted as a front cover in ChemComm!
Congratulations to Osama, Raja, Youssef, Marike, Tia, Prof. Len Barbour, Prof. Ingo Pinnau and Prof. Eddaoudi for their work highlighted as a front cover in Chemical Communications.
25 February, 2014Research from FMD3 group highlighted as a front cover in ChemComm!
Congratulations to Vincent, Łukasz, Mohamed, Infas, Youssef, Amy and Prof. Eddaoudi for their work highlighted as a front cover in Chemical Communications.
15 March, 2014FMD3 group hosted the world famous scientist Mike O'Keeffe for the TOPOS school
FMD3 group hosted the world famous scientist Prof. Mike O'Keeffe for the TOPOS school
11 April, 2014Osama Shekhah awarded for his poster at the Kaust - Sydney University symposium on Materials and Energy
Congratulation to Osama Shekhah, awarded for his poster at the Kaust - Sydney University symposium on Materials and Energy.
18 May, 2014Welcome to our new post-doctoral fellows, Vera and Prashant
The FMD3 group is pleased to welcome Drs. Vera Solovyeva and Prashant Bhatt as post-doctoral fellows
19 June, 2014Prof. Eddaoudi selected in the 2014 Worlds Most Influential Scientific Minds
Prof. Eddaoudi has been selected as one of the 2014 Worlds Most Influential Scientific Minds!
29 June, 2014FMD3 researchers publish their latest MOFs design progress in Nature Chemistry
Congratulation to Vincent, Łukasz, Youssef, Amy, Valerio, Łukasz, Karim and Prof. Eddaoudi for the publication of their cutting edge work on MOF design in Nature Chemistry.
10 July, 2014FMD3 and UNIST researchers publish their vision of MOF design in Chem. Soc. Rev.
FMD3 and UNIST (Korea) researchers publish a joint review in the Chemical Society Review.
Their contribution to this prestigious journal is an intuitive toolbox for the design of made-to-order MOFs pinpointing the rational and benefits of the Supermolecular Building Block (SBB) and Supermolecular Building Layer (SBL) approaches.