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Responsive Nanospace of Porous Compounds

Responsive Nanospace of Porous Compounds

Symposium Description

Nano- or subnano-scale small molecules play important roles in various fields such as energy, material synthesis, environment and biological systems. The development of “technology” and “materials” for separation, storage and conversion of such small molecules, that is, “science for controlling the small molecules as desired” has long been sought. Porous compounds play a central role in such science because of their abilities to trap molecules in their nanospace. Recently, a new class of porous compounds with switchable properties in response to external stimuli has been developed, which is expected to open up a new dimension of the above mentioned science.
The purpose of this symposium is to address any issues concerning stimuli-responsive porous compounds including metal-organic frameworks, porous organic polymers, and other porous solids affording nanospace useful for recognition, separation, catalysis, etc. We will discuss the state-of-the-art of stimuli-responsive porous compounds and future direction of nanospace science.

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Submissions close April 1, 2020, 11:59 PM EST

General Information

Date & Venue

19(Sat.) – 20(Sun.) Dec. 2020

Hawaii Convention Center


The program will be available on July 2020 or later.

Type of contributions

  • Special invited lecture
  • Invited lecture
  • Contributed talk
  • Poster presentation


Special invited speakers:

  • Prof. Stefan Kaskel (The Dresden University of Technology)
  • Prof. Jing Li (Rutgers University)
  • Prof. Hong-Cai Zhou (Texas A&M University)

Invited speakers:

  • Prof. Matthew Hill (Monash University)
  • Prof. Ichiro Hisaki (Hokkaido University)
  • Prof. Jeremiah A. Johnson (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  • Prof. Jihan Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
  • Prof. Qiaowei Li (Fudan Univeristy)
  • Prof. Ryan Lively (Georgia Institute of Technology)
  • Prof. Stephen J. Loeb (University of Windsor)
  • Prof. Hirotomo Nishihara (Tohoku University)
  • Prof. Yoko Sakata (Kanazawa University)
  • Prof. Natalia B. Shustova (University of South Carolina)
  • Prof. Ming-Hua Zeng (Hubei University)
  • Prof. Dan Zhao (National University of Singapore)


  • 3 Feb. 2020, Symposium site open.

Supported by


  • Ryotaro Matsuda (Nagoya University)
  • Matthew Hill (Monash University)
  • Jie-Peng Zhang (Sun Yat-Sen University)
  • Kenji Sumida (University of Adelaide)
  • Hiroshi Sato (The University of Tokyo)