Nanoporous Materials Genome Center

  • 207 Pleasant Street SE

    55455 Minneapolis

    United States

Organization profile

Organization profile

The Nanoporous Materials Genome Center (NMGC) discovers and explores microporous and mesoporous materials, including metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), zeolites, and porous polymer networks (PPNs). These materials find use as separation media and catalysts in many energy-relevant processes and their next generation computational design offers a high-payoff opportunity. Towards that end, the NMGC develops state-of-the-art predictive modeling tools and employs them to increase the pace of materials discovery. The NMGC provides a repository of experimental and predicted structures and associated properties for the rapidly growing scientific communities that are interested in using these materials in energy-relevant technologies.

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Ligands Chemical Compounds
Density functional theory Chemical Compounds
Metals Chemical Compounds
Oxidation Chemical Compounds
Catalysis Chemical Compounds
Zeolites Chemical Compounds
Water Chemical Compounds
density functional theory Physics & Astronomy

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Projects 2012 2021

Research Output 1996 2018

Accurate Ionization Energies for Mononuclear Copper Complexes Remain a Challenge for Density Functional Theory

Dereli, B., Ortuño, M. A. & Cramer, C., Apr 17 2018, In : ChemPhysChem. 19, 8, p. 959-966 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

computer aided manufacturing
Ionization potential
Computer aided manufacturing
Density functional theory
6 Citations

A porous, electrically conductive hexa-zirconium(iv) metal-organic framework

Goswami, S., Ray, D., Otake, K. I., Kung, C. W., Garibay, S. J., Islamoglu, T., Atilgan, A., Cui, Y., Cramer, C., Farha, O. K. & Hupp, J. T., Jan 1 2018, In : Chemical Science. 9, 19, p. 4477-4482 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Charge transfer
self consistent fields
Wave functions
performance tests