Joint Monash/CSIRO Distinguished Guest Seminar by Professor Guillaume MAURIN, – Institut Universitaire de France
- 1 December 2016 at 10:30 am – 1 December 2016 at 11:30 am
- Lecture Theatre S5, 15 Rainforest Walk
- Open to:
Molecular simulations have largely contributed to the emergence of Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) not only for the resolution of the crystal structures of the most complex and poorly crystallized solids but also to enumerate all the plausible structures constructed by the assembly of a large diversity of inorganic and organic building blocks. Besides this in silico design of novel MOFs which has been only rarely validated so far by the post-synthesis of the desired material, a computational effort has been deployed to modulate the chemical and topological features of existing architectures specifically targeted for societally-relevant applications.
Molecular modelling has been frequently used to guide interpretation of the experimental data by providing a deep understanding of the microscopic adsorption/diffusion mechanism. Rational approach using advanced statistical methods and algorithms nicely completed the molecular simulation approaches with the objective to drive the synthesis effort towards tuned materials with the required features for an optimization of their properties.
The objective of this presentation is to highlight the invaluable contribution of the computational approaches from the birth of novel MOFs and their structure elucidations to the characterization and rationalization of their properties, throughout recent advances our groups and other have made in this field.
This event is co-hosted by CSIRO and the Department of Chemical Engineering, Monash University
- Lilyanne Price
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- Department of Chemical Engineering