Porous Materials

Faculty Involved in This Research Area
Faculty Member Office Location Lab Location Email Description
Kirpal Bisht
  • SCA 403
  • SCA 434
  • SCA 438   
Jianfeng Cai
  • NES 408B
  • NES 405
  • NES 406
  • NES 407  Design, synthesis and investogation of bioactive peptidomimetics; development of novel biomaterials; development of novel molecular probes and drug candidates; protein and nucleic acid surface recognition and modulation of protein-protein interactions.
Julianne Harmon
  • BSF 312
  • SCA 403
  • BSF 357
  • BSF 359   
Randy Larsen
  • SCA 424
  • SCA 413
  • SCA 414   
Xiaopeng Li
  • BSF 306
  • BSF 357
  • BSF 359  Dr. Li's research activities are focused on supramolecular chemistry based on coordination-driven self-assembly.  His research group is centered on the design, synthesis and self-assembly of giant metallo-supramolecules with increasing complexity and diversity for the development of functional materials with high-performance.
Shengqian Ma
  • IDRB 202G
  • IDRB 211  The research of our group aims to engineering the nanospace of advanced porous materials (including metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), porous organic polymers (POPs), covalent organic frameworks (COFs), porous organic cages, microporous carbon materials) for energy/environmental/biological-related applications.
Abdul Malik
  • SCA 426
  • SCA 415
  • SCA 440  Dr. Malik's research activities are focused on the separations chemistry.  His research group is engaged in developing advanced technology for high-performance differential migration micro spearation techniques in analytical chemistry.
Li-june Ming
  • BSF 303
  • BSF 303   
Xiaodong (Michael) Shi
  • BSF 310
N/A  The research done in Dr. Shi's group is focused on organic synthesis, material chemistry, bioorganic chemistry and catalysis.  Current projects include: 1) new synthetic methodology development; 2) organometallic chemistry; 3) supramolecular and polymer materials and 4) biomedicinal chemistry.
Brian Space
  • IDRB 210
N/A  The Space Group is a theoretical chemistry group concerned primarily with computer simulation of condensed phase phenomena.  Current focus is on the development of potential energy functions for environmentally relevant gases, which are used in simulations of sorption within metal-organic materials, or MOMS.