Congratulations to the RSC Prize Winners at 4th Annual UK Porous Materials Conference!

The Annual UK Porous Materials Conference (UKPorMat), now in its 4th year, was held at Cardiff University on the 1st and 2nd of July 2019. The meeting, organised and chaired by the committee members of the RSC Porous Materials Interest Group, aims to bring together researchers working in the expanding field of porous materials, which includes metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), covalent-organic frameworks (COFs), porous organic cages, porous organic polymers, polymers of intrinsic microporosity and much more.

The Royal Society of Chemistry was delighted to be a part of the event, sponsoring a number of poster and talk prizes:

•  Alexander Thom (University of Glasgow) was awarded the CrystEngComm Poster Prize
•  Giulia Schukraft (Imperial College London) was awarded the ChemComm Poster Prize
•  Iona Doig (University of Southampton) was awarded the Materials Horizons Poster Prize
•  Alex James (University of Sheffield) was awarded the Chemical Science Prize for Best Talk

Congratulations to all of the prize winners!

 

Royal Society of Chemistry Poster Prize Winner Alexander Thom CrystEngComm Royal Society of Chemistry Poster Prize Winner
Alexander Thom (left) receiving the CrystEngComm Poster Prize from Ross Forgan (right) Iona Doig (right) receiving the Materials Horizons prize from Chris Harding (left)
Royal Society of Chemistry Poster Prize Winner Royal Society of Chemistry Prize Winners
Alex James (left) receiving the Chemical Science prize from Chris Harding (right) Prize winners at the close of the 4th Annual UK Porous Materials meeting ( Cardiff, 1-2 July 2019)

 

Special thanks go to the organizers and committee members of the RSC Porous Materials Interest Group:

Dr Thomas Bennett (University of Cambridge)
Dr Andrea Laybourn (University of Nottingham)
Dr Ross Forgan (University of Glasgow)
Dr Darren Bradshaw (University of Southampton)
Dr Tim Easun (Cardiff University)
Dr Timothy Johnson (Johnson Matthey Technology Centre)
Professor Tina Düren

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