Patent: Amine Functionalized Porous Networks

Good news, the patent related to my article in ChemComm dealing with amine functionalization of porous networks using aldehyde groups is now officially out !

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Publication: Topological explorations in MOFs

This paper published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, from my friends and ex colleagues Dalal and Abdul Malik contain one of the most amazing network topologies I have seen so far !

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Award: two prizes at the IEEE scientific image competition

I submitted a picture related to my research project (get the related paper published in Nature Chemistry) to the IEEE scientific image competition.

Thanks to public votes and the choice of the jury, this picture was distinguished by two prizes. The third prize from the public and the second prize for visual impact, delivered by the jury.

This was a nice opportunity to highlight my research !

Publication: Adsorption and diffusion of light hydrocarbons in UiO-66

I’ve been involved in an additional work on UiO-66: The study of the adsorption and diffusion of light hydrocarbons. The publication has just been accepted in J. Phys. Chem. C.

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Publication: Zeolite-like MOFs in Chem. Soc. Rev.

Besides the development of my research projects and as a follow up on MOF design after our recent contribution based on supermolecular building approaches (See the recent article), I have been contributing to a second review, this time related to the design, synthesis and properties of MOFs with zeolitic topologies (ZMOFs).

It was an exciting challenge to produce about 20 original figures that are intuitive, elegant and homogenized from one another. This work is published in Chemical Society Reviews.

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Scientific research conducted by Dr. Vincent Guillerm, focused on the design, synthesis and characterization of porous materials for energy related applications.