Thank you for coming to the recent MOF 2018 Conference in Auckland, we hope you found the Conference valuable and left inspired.


To view images from the Conference please click here


The Conference gained some media coverage here in New Zealand; click here to view an article about the Conference and to listen to an interview featuring Prof. Yaghi about solving some of the world's most challenging problems through the construction of metal-organic frameworks, click here.


Congratulations to our student award winners!

Igor Huskic
McGill University, Montreal, Canada
In situ and real time monitoring of MOF transformations in dynamic aging conditions. 
Eli Sanchez-Gonzalez
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico
Self-regulated water content for the enhancement of CO2 capture in an Al based MOF

Barbara Souza
University Of Oxford, UK
Guest-host interactions of nanoconfined anti-cancer drug in metalorganic framework exposed by Terahertz dynamics 
Jin Yeong Kim
Ulsan National Institute Of Science and Technology, Korea
Exploiting Diffusion Barrier and Chemical Affinity of Metal-Organic Frameworks for Efficient Hydrogen Isotope Separation

Jessica Moreton
MOF/Polymer interactions in composite materials govern the utility of the composite

Guusje Delen
Utrecht University, Netherlands
Creating Heterogeneous SURMOF Surfaces via Self-Assembly

New IZA MOF Commission members

Thank you to all those who put their name forward for the IZA MOF Commission. Congratulations to the following people who were elected:
Shuhei Furukawa
Thomas Bennett
Deanna D’Alessandro
Craig Brown
Bo Wang
Christian Doonan
Shengqian Ma

We enjoyed hosting you during your time in New Zealand and hope to see you back one day.

Kind Regards,

Shane Telfer & Amy Edwards & the MOF2018 Organising Committee
Email: mof2018@auckland.ac.nz

Key Information



Owen G Glenn Building, University of Auckland
12 Grafton Road, Central Auckland
New Zealand
Conference Date

Conference Date

9 - 13 December 2018


Amy Edwards
Event Services - University of Auckland