S34 Electron-Conductive/Redox-Active Coordination Polymers

Exhibition building, Meeting Room 3

Date: Jul 31(Day), Aug 1(DAY)

Organizers
Assistant Professor Hiroaki Iguchi, Tohoku University
Assistant Professor Wataru Kosaka, Tohoku University, Japan
Associate Professor Yumi Yakiyama, Osaka University, Japan
Assistant Professor Kazuya Otsubo, Kyoto University, Japan
Assistant Professor Zhongyue Zhang, Nagoya University, Japan
Associate Professor Hoi Ri Moon, UNIST, South Korea
Associate Professor Deanna D'Alessandro, The University of Sydney, Australia
Associate Professor Mircea Dincă, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Keynote Speakers

Prof. Deanna D'Alessandro, The University of Sydney, Australia


Prof. Hitoshi Miyasaka, Tohoku University, Japan


Dr. Félix Zamora, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and IMDEA Nanoscience, Spain


Dr. Mark Allendorf, Sandia National Laboratories, USA


Dr. Christopher H. Hendon, University of Oregon, USA


Prof. William Dichtel, Northwestern University, USA



Keywords of the session

Electron Conductors, Redox, Coordination Polymers, MOFs, Battery


Scope of the session

Electron-conductive and/or redox-active coordination polymers (regardless of porous or non-porous) have attracted much attention because of their unique physical properties and potential applications to molecular wire, sensor, battery, supercapacitor and so on. However, it has still been difficult to design the conduction pathway in coordination compounds. Thus, electron-conductive coordination polymers, especially those with permanent porosity such as metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) have been quite rare. There are several possible methods to reach the highly conducting MOFs: (1) introducing mixed valency; (2) introducing π-π stacking; (3) post-synthetic doping by the insertion of redox-active molecules, etc. The aim of this session is to activate the discussion on electron-conductive/redox-active coordination polymers among the researchers with various background such as MOFs, COFs, mixed-valence chain complexes, molecular electronics, rechargeable battery, and theoretical studies. This session welcomes any works related to electron-conductive and/or redox-active coordination polymers ranging from fundamental to applied science.