WELCOME TO 2017 EMN MEETING ON METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS!
The 2017 EMN Meeting on Metal-Organic Frameworks taking place from March 13 to 17 , 2017 in Hanoi, Vietnam aims to be a unique platform for leading scientists, researchers, scholars and engineers from academia, R&D laboratories and industry around the world to exchange, share and learn the most recent advancement on various aspects related to metal-organic frameworks.
After the success of 2016 EMN MOF in Qingdao, China, the 2017 EMN MOF will continue creating a dynamic platform where scientists and engineers pertaining to current and emerging technologies in the areas of Catalysis, Clusters and Cluster-Based MOFs, Engineering of Electrical Properties, Environmental application of MOFs, Luminescent MOFs, Metal-Organic Framework Materials for Sensing Applications, Modelling of MOFs, MOFs for Energy Conversion, MOFs for gas separation and storage, MOFs thin films and their application, Single-Crystal-to-Single-Crystal Transformation, Structuring of MOFs and Synthesis and Properties of Defective MOFs can converse, discuss, debate and share knowledge and ideas about prospective directions and approaches.
The meeting will be a few days of intense collaboration with great social occasions. It will be not only be a time to enjoy the company of fellow researchers in the field, but also a time to have fun with friends and family! Hanoi is a very picturesque city, the metropolis sometimes dubbed the Paris of the East. With its tree-fringed boulevards, more than two dozen lakes and thousands of French colonial-era buildings, Hanoi is a popular tourist attraction. We encourage you to give yourself some time for recreational pursuits!
We look forward to having the pleasure welcoming you to the 2017 EMN Meeting on Metal-Organic Frameworks.
Local Organizing Committee:
Prof. Tran Dai Lam, Graduate University of Science and Technology (GUST), Vietnam
Prof. Tran Dai Lam received his Master degree in Solid State Chemistry from Belorussian State University (in the former USSR) in 1994, and his PhD in Physical Chemistry (Surface-Interface) from the University of Paris VII, Paris, France, in 2003. From 1998 to 2008, he was a Research Lecturer at Hanoi University of Technology. Since 2009, he has been an Associate Professor at IMS. His current research interests include nanofabrications, characterisations and applications of nanobiomaterials in drug delivery systems and biosensors.