Early Stage Researchers


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ESR Ref. CodeResearcher Description of the ESR/PhD project
ESR-1_TUM
  Stefan Dissegna
Synthesis and characterization of mixed-valence defect engineered MOFs Project
ESR-2_RUB
  Peng Hu Guo
In-situ monitoring probe molecule adsorption and reactions at parent and defect sites of DEMOFs Project
ESR-3_RUB
  Roberto Amabile
Theoretical prediction of molecular and electronic structure of defects in MOFs Project
ESR-4_KUL
  Joao Marreiros
Engineered hybrid networks for isomerisation of renewable compounds Project
ESR-5_KUL
  Carlos Marquez
Defect engineered double metal cyanide (DMCs) for catalysis
 
Project
ESR-6_KUL
  Collin Tan Yong
  Xiang
Engineered hybrid network materials for Lewis base catalysis
 
Project
ESR-7_ITQ
  Anna Nowacka
Catalytic properties of mixed-valence defect engineered analogs of HKUST-1 Project
ESR-8_ITQ
  Hans-Hilmar
  Mautschke
Multifunctional Defect Engineered UiO-type catalysts Project
ESR-9_CNRS
  Rifan Hardian
Characterization and evaluation of defect engineered MOFs for gas adsorption Project
ESR-10_CNRS
  Paul Iacomi
The role of reactant adsorption / product desorption in the process of catalysis Project
ESR-11_UU
  Miguel Rivera
Spectroscopic, microscopic and reactivity characterization of DEFNET materials Project
ESR-12_UGent
  Chiara Caratelli
Characterization of active sites and catalysis in MOFs using first principle methods Project
ESR-13_UOX
  Emily Reynolds
X-ray and neutron scattering studies of DEFNET materials Project
ESR-14-TUBAF
  Muhammad
  Mujahid Rafique
Selective sorption of parent and defect engineered MOFs and Zeolites Project
ESR-15_SCM
  Ganna Schygol
Modelling DEFNET materials using polarizable and reactive force fields Project