Over the past 15 years, Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) has been the subject of intense efforts in research and development, both in the laboratory and on the industrial scale. Why?
Awarded 12.5 Mill KR
ProfMOF is proud to announce that we have received a 12,5 million NOK award from the Norwegian Research Council for our development project.
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What are MOFs?
Metal-Organic Frameworks are crystalline, hybrid materials containing metal ions and organic molecules
The unique features of MOFs, such as their large surface-areas and diversity of structures, makes the them suitable to a broad range of industrial processes.
ProfMOF can provide a you with a variety of zirconium MOFs to meet the needs of your R&D program or industrial application immediately.
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A small collection of our research. Metal organic frameworks articles. News and more..
Meet our Team
In any industry where the people behind a company are as important as the company itself
Karl Petter Lillerud
Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Karl Petter Lillerud has worked as a professor at the University of Oslo (UiO) since 1996.
Chairman of the board
Erik has a PhD in chemistry from the University of Oslo and an executive MBA from Henley Business School.
Christopher Affolter holds a masters degree from Washington University in St. Louis.
Erlend Aunan received his master’s degree in organic chemistry in 2018, from the University of Oslo.
Hanne Martinsen Nesteng
Hanne Martinsen Nesteng is a process engineer at ProfMOF. She holds a masters degree in Materials Science for Energy and Nanotechnology from the University of Oslo.
Svein-Olav Torø is the Managing Director of Kongsberg Innovasjon.
Jasmina H. Cavka is a co-inventor of the UiO-66 family of MOFs and was awarded a PhD from the University of Oslo in 2008.