Defective Titanium Metal-Organic Frameworks

Defective Titanium Metal-Organic-Frameworks (DefTiMOFs) aims to develop novel high-throughput (HT) synthetic methodologies for the control of not only defect chemistry of Ti-MOFs, but also of their particle size and inner surface (pore functionalisation) towards the controllable modification of their properties.

Our imperfections are what make us special 

Dissemination

DefTiMOFs is committed to one of the key targets of Horizon2020¬†‚ÄėScience with and for Society‚Äô¬†and disseminates the project resukts rhrough conferences, publications and outreaching activities.

Research

In DefTiMOFs we are developing protocols for the synthesis of defective Ti-MOFs and we are studying their applications.

Funding

DefTiMOFs is part of the Research Fellowship program Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions funded by the European Research Council (2019-2021). PI: I. Abanades-Lázaro. Supervisor: C. Martí-Gastaldo.

Team

DefTiMOFs is being developed in the FuniMat Research group lidered by Dr Carlos Marti-Gastaldo at University of Valencia. 

Isabel Ab√°nades L√°zaro

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