Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) have outgrown their traditional perception as being only porous molecular sponges to becoming a versatile platform for electronics and photonics applications. The November issue of MRS Bulletin highlights the state of the art of the rapidly growing field of MOFs applied to electronics and photonics, far beyond conventional gas storage and gas separation applications. Computational modeling of these structures will prove critical for guiding the rapid development of this field.
Intrinsically Conducting MOFs Deanna D’Alessandro | The University of Sydney
Guest@MOF: Achieving Emergent Properties for Electronic and Energy Conversion Device Applications Alec Talin | Sandia National Laboratories