Novel Aerospace Materials Department of Aerospace Structures and Materials, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology
His research interests are the synthesis and application of two- or three-dimensionally (2D or 3D) next-generation porous materials, so-called Conjugated Bonding-Organic Frameworks (CBOFs), which let covalent organic frameworks (COFs) give skeletons and properties of conjugated microporous polymers (CMPs). 1. Covalent Organic Frameworks (COFs) COFs can be constructed by the reticular design of their components, which, upon undergoing condensation reactions, from a porous skeleton with a precise pore size and specific pore geometry. Therefore, especially, COFs are of great interest for nanopatterning, for organic electronic, as nanoreactors, and for immobilization of functional molecules in size-matched pores. 2. Conjugated Microporous Polymers (CMPs) CMPs are also an emerging class of organic porous materials that combine p-conjugation structure with high surface area and permanent nanopore have attached much interest. The conjugated nature of CMPs was exploited to produce porous sensors, supercapacitors and photo-catalysts.
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