2021 Recap

Join us for a recap on a turbulent year: 2021

We're excited to share our new feature article in Langmuir on Past, Present, and Future Perspectives for Surface-Mounted Metal-Organic Frameworks! Congrats to the team involved.

It's been a busy last few months at our chair and we are pleased to share six new publications!

Our newest publication on MOF-enabled molecular oxygen activation is out in Inorganic Chemistry. Congrats to João and Alex!

Our new publication in Chemistry of Materials highlights an elegant method to improve conductivity in a tetrathiafulvalene-based Metal–Organic Framework. Congrats to Dardan and the team, check it out!

A new study from Zahid and Werner has just been published in Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, featuring an in situ study of MOF thermal decomposition - check it out!

In our newest publication in Catalysis Science & Technology we highlight the key role of defect engineering to enhance the catalytic performance of copper-MOFs for the click reaction and the A3 coupling.

Graphene hybrids (left) made from metal organic frameworks (MOF) and graphenic acid make an excellent positive electrode for supercapacitors, which thus achieve an energy density similar to that of nickel-metal hydride batteries. Roland Fischer's article in Advanced Materials on this topic has been…

Our new publication in ACS Catalysis highlights the merits of synergistically entrapping a molecular carbon dioxide reduction photocatalyst and a photosensitizer inside the defined pores of MOFs. Check it out!

We have just published a concept article in ChemCatChem entitled "Exploitation of Intrinsic Confinement Effects of MOFs in Catalysis". Congrats to Karina and the team, check it out as it's Open Access!