Dr. Vincent Guillerm presented NanoUp research at the Porous Materials @ Work Summer school last week.
The school was greatly organized by Prof. Falcaro in Graz. Among the program, various well known speakers from Europe and overseas (Christoph Woll, Shuhei Furukawa, etc.) showed broad overview of their research, covering many aspects of research with Porous Materials, from simulations to spectroscopy, including some design aspects.
Indeed, we are grateful our colleague Vincent was part of such great lineup and had the chance to present during one hour some some of the major achievements of the last 20 years pertaining to rational design in reticular chemistry, as well as the remaining challenges to gain control on more complex structures, describing the concept of geometry mismatch and our recent advances on transversal reticular chemistry.
A great opportunity to go more into the details than in a usual 15 min talks!
In case you missed it, you can read about his work on transversal reticular chemistry published in J. Am. Chem. Soc. For the geometry mismatch concept, stay tuned, it's under revisions and will be online soon!