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UNIVERSITY OF BATH
|Coordinator Country||United Kingdom [UK]|
|Total cost||1˙738˙715 €|
|EC max contribution||1˙738˙715 € (100%)|
1. H2020-EU.1.1. (EXCELLENT SCIENCE - European Research Council (ERC))
|Duration (year-month-day)||from 2015-08-01 to 2020-07-31|
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Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) constitute one of the most exciting developments in recent nanoporous material science. Synthesised in a self-assembly process from metal corners and organic linkers, a near infinite number of materials can be created by combining different building blocks allowing to fine tune host guest interactions. MOFs are therefore considered promising materials for many applications such as gas separation, drug delivery or sensors for which MOFs in form of nanoparticles, composite materials or thin films are required. For MOFs to realise their potential and to become more than just promising materials, a degree of predictability in the synthesis and the properties of the resulting material is paramount and the full multiscale pathway from molecular assembly to crystal growth and thin film formation needs to be better understood.
Molecular simulation has greatly contributed to developing adsorption applications of MOFs and now works hand-in-hand with experimental methods to characterise MOFs, predict their performance and study molecular level phenomena. In contrast, hardly any simulation studies exist about the formation of MOFs, their crystal growth or the formation of thin films. Yet such studies are essential for understanding the fundamentals which will ultimately lead to a better control of the material properties. Building on my expertise in molecular modelling including the development of methods to model the synthesis of porous solids, we will develop new methods to study: 1. the self-assembly process of MOFs under synthesis conditions 2. the formation of nanoparticles 3. the integration of MOF nanoparticles into composite materials and the self-assembly into extended structures 4. the layer-by-layer growth of thin films
At the end of the project we will have transformed our understanding of how MOFs form at a variety of length scales and opened up new research directions for the targeted synthesis of MOFs fit for applications.
|year||authors and title||journal||last update|
Florian Madura, Pierre J. Rizkallah, Mateusz Legut, Christopher J. Holland, Anna Fuller, Anna Bulek, Andrea J. Schauenburg, Andrew Trimby, Jade R. Hopkins, Stephen A. Wells, Andrew Godkin, John J. Miles, Malkit Sami, Yi Li, Nathaniel Liddy, Bent K. Jakobsen, E. Joel Loveridge, David K. Cole, Andrew K. Sewell
TCRâ€induced alteration of primary MHC peptide anchor residue
published pages: , ISSN: 0014-2980, DOI: 10.1002/eji.201948085
|European Journal of Immunology||2020-03-23|
Stephen A. Wells, Naomi F. Cessford, Nigel A. Seaton, Tina DÃ¼ren
Early stages of phase selection in MOF formation observed in molecular Monte Carlo simulations
published pages: 14382-14390, ISSN: 2046-2069, DOI: 10.1039/c9ra01504c
|RSC Advances 9/25||2020-03-23|
Stephen A. Wells, Ka Ming Leung, Peter P. Edwards, Matt G. Tucker, Asel Sartbaeva
Defining the flexibility window in ordered aluminosilicate zeolites
published pages: 170757, ISSN: 2054-5703, DOI: 10.1098/rsos.170757
|Royal Society Open Science 4/9||2020-03-23|
Eyram Adjogatse, Peter Erskine, Stephen A. Wells, John M. Kelly, Jonathan D. Wilden, A. W. Edith Chan, David Selwood, Alun Coker, Steve Wood, Jonathan B. Cooper
Structure and function of L -threonine-3-dehydrogenase from the parasitic protozoan Trypanosoma brucei revealed by X-ray crystallography and geometric simulations
published pages: 861-876, ISSN: 2059-7983, DOI: 10.1107/s2059798318009208
|Acta Crystallographica Section D Structural Biology 74/9||2020-03-23|
Hannah B. L. Jones, Rory M. Crean, Anna Mullen, Emanuele G. Kendrick, Steven D. Bull, Stephen A. Wells, David R. Carbery, Fraser MacMillan, Marc W. van der Kamp, Christopher R. Pudney
Exposing the Interplay Between Enzyme Turnover, Protein Dynamics, and the Membrane Environment in Monoamine Oxidase B
published pages: 2362-2372, ISSN: 0006-2960, DOI: 10.1021/acs.biochem.9b00213
Nianyong Zhu, Debobroto Sensharma, Paul Wix, Matthew J. Lennox, Tina DÃ¼ren, Wai-Yeung Wong,
and Wolfgang Schmitt
Framework Isomerism: Highly Augmented Copper(II)-Paddlewheel--Based MOF with Unusual (3,4)-Net Topology
published pages: 1939â€“1943, ISSN: 1434-1948, DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201501194
|European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 13-14||2019-06-06|
Kevin Byrne, Muhammad Zubair, Nianyong Zhu, Xiao-Ping Zhou, Daniel S. Fox, Hongzhou Zhang, Brendan Twamley, Matthew J. Lennox, Tina DÃ¼ren, Wolfgang Schmitt
Ultra-large supramolecular coordination cages composed of endohedral Archimedean and Platonic bodies
published pages: 15268, ISSN: 2041-1723, DOI: 10.1038/ncomms15268
|Nature Communications 8||2019-06-06|
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