Our Research group focuses on the design and synthesis of crystalline porous materials in the form of Metal-Organic Frameworks, and Covalent-Organic Frameworks for targeted applications in energy harvesting, conversion, storage, and transport, and photonics applications.
We combine organic, inorganic and solid-state synthesis to assemble crystalline materials to fundamentally understand the structure-property relationships of framework materials for the described applications.
We are located in the Chemistry Department of the University of Central Florida, on the second floor of the Physical Sciences Building Lab 239 and 238.
Some videos from our research
TEDx Sedona 2017 “Synthetic materials for artificial photosynthesis”
UCF College of Sciences “Synthetic photosynthesis”