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IAM星火大讲堂第17期: 欧洲科学院院士 Roland A. Fischer 教授做客IAM星火大讲堂
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报告人:Roland A. Fischer  教授

邀请人:房贞兰 教授



Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) are crystalline and porous coordination network materials which are composed of metal ion building units connected by organic linkers via coordination bonds. MOFs feature a wide range of fascinating structures, and offer unique opportunities of molecular materials design and a huge parameter space of fine tuning of chemical and physical properties. Applications of MOF include energy, environment, health and information technologies. We pioneered MOF integration to devices by investigating MOF crystallite and thin film deposition and selective positioning to substrate surfaces. Within the past decade, surface anchored MOF (SURMOF) research has seen a tremendous evolution. The lecture summarizes this development, highlighting vapor-phase assisted growth being compatible with Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) and Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) techniques and the coordination modulated quasi-epitaxial stepwise layer-by-layer growth in the liquid phase (CM-LPE) of SURMOFs. As an example, a novel application of SURMOF-derived materials is presented in unprecedented OER catalyst.



Prof. Roland Fischer holds the Chair of Inorganic and Metal-Organic Chemistry at the Technical University Munich (TUM) and is Director of the TUM Catalysis Research Centre. Previously he was Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at Ruhr-University Bochum (1997-2015) and Heidelberg University (1996-1997). He has been elected Vice President of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) in 2016. He is a member of the Award Selection Committee of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the German Chemical Industry Fund and an elected member of the European Academy of Sciences. His research interest focuses on functional molecular materials for advanced applications in energy conversion, catalysis, gas storage and separation, chemical sensing, photonics and microelectronics. To illustrate this: metal-rich complexes, atomic precise clusters, nanoparticles and nanocomposites can substitute rare noble metals for important catalytic transformation of small molecules. In addition, the combinatorial building-block principle of coordination network compounds such as metal-organic frameworks (MOFS) yields ample opportunities for the manipulation and design of the chemistry of coordination space in pores and channels accessible to guest molecules. The goal is to integrate chemical and physical multifunctionality in photo-active, electrical conductive, catalytic and stimuli-responsive MOFS. Currently, he is steering the DFG Priority Program 1928 "Coordination Networks: Building Blocks for Functional Systems”.




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