2nd Workshop “Metal-Organic Frameworks for Industry”

as a part of the 5th International Conference on Metal-Organic Frameworks & Open Framework Compounds

© Photo Fraunhofer IWS Dresden

September 15, 2016, Long Beach, California
Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) are a new class of porous materials, which outperform traditional materials such as zeolites and activated carbons. They are ideally suited for applications in gas adsorption, separation and sensor processes. Novel synthesis routes, which combine high yields, low raw material and energy costs, are expected to bring MOF-based products to market.

Following the great success of our previous MOF-Workshop in 2015, this year’s symposium will again bring together an international audience of industrial customers and scientists. Renowned experts will present the latest results concerning synthesis, processing and applications in the field of metal-organic frameworks. We are looking forward to welcoming you.

Confirmed speakers
- Jason Mathew Ornstein, framergy
- Nik Seidenader, MOFapps
- Hiroshi Kajiro, Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Co.
- Yusuke Mukae, Toyota Central R&D Labs, Inc.
- William Morris, NuMat Technologies
- Anne Dailly, General Motors
- Matthias Benusch, Fraunhofer IWS

Workshop fee: 100 US $
Workshop language: English

Find out more here!