​We are interested in designing new organic and organic-inorganic porous materials for applications related to molecular separation and photocatalysis.

Keywords

 

  • Interfacial and epitaxial growth of organic porous polymers and metal-organic frameworks (Surface MOFs)

  • Stimuli driven self-assembly

  • Photochemistry(catalysis), Optoelectronic functions

  • Filtration technology

 

 

Our material design approach involves organic syntheses, material syntheses using automation. We will collaborate with computational chemists for prescreening of molecular precursor, assembly process and function. Modulation of material synthesis methodology is the primary focus. X-ray diffraction, time-resolved fluorescence, vibrational spectroscopy, gas chromatography, ellipsometry and quartz crystal microbalance are the frequent playing tools.

Important links to know more about our research interest and the materials we design:

Metal-organic frameworks : 1, 2 

Covalent organic frameworks

Conjugated porous polymers

Surface MOFs

Photocatalysis

Optically active MOFs

Chemical separation

Flow chemistry

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