The 2013 Gordon Research Conference on "Nanoporous Materials and Their Applications to Energy" will include cutting edge developments in nanoporous materials and their applications in energy including energy conversion, storage, and reduction of its environmental impacts. Experts in the varying communities of zeolites, mesoporous materials, metal-organic-frameworks, porous carbon, and inorganic-organic hybrid materials will have the opportunity to meet in this forum. Synthesis, characterization, modeling, and structure-property relationships of materials as related to their applications to energy will be strong focuses.
The poster session will provide opportunities for presentation and discussion of important contributions in additional areas of nanoporous materials and technology.
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