ZEOMICS: Zeolite Characterization Tool Featured on Princeton's Aspire Blog

Tuesday, Nov 15, 2011

A computational approach for characterizing the microporous networks of zeolites has been developed by graduate student Eric First in collaboration with post-doctoral fellow Dr. Chrysanthos Gounaris, Prof. James Wei, and Prof. Christodoulos Floudas in the Computer-Aided Systems Laboratory.

ZEOMICS, a web tool implementing the method and online database of zeolite characterizations, has been highlighted on Princeton's Aspire blog.  It is also cross-posted on Annual Giving's Princeton Pause Facebook page.  The algorithm is described in an article entitled "Computational characterization of zeolite prous networks: an automated approach" that recently appeared in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics.