Emmanuel Tylianakis

Emmanuel Tylianakis

Emmanuel Tylianakis

University of Crete, Heraklion, Greece

EDUCATION

1992 B.S. in Physics, Physics Department, University of Crete.
1995 M.Sc. in Chemistry, Chemistry Dept., University of Crete, Heraklion Crete, Greece. “Polymer Spectroscopy”
1997 Ph.D. in Chemistry, Chemistry Dept., University of Crete, Heraklion Crete, Greece.

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Study of light gases adsorption and separation from C-based materials, Metal Organic Frameworks and Covalent Organic Frameworks.
  • Ab-initio investigation of structural and electronic properties, of organic and inorganic molecules.
  • Study of drug cell controlled diffusion and delivery from nanoporous materials.
  • Programming and development of Grand Canonical Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics applications.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Effect of surface functionalities on gas adsorption in microporous carbons: A grand canonical Monte Carlo study. Gotzias, E. Tylianakis, G. E. Froudakis, Th. Steriotis, Adsorption, 19, 745, (2013).
  2. Opening metal-organic frameworks Vol. 2: Inserting longer pillars into pillared-paddlewheel structures through solvent-assisted linker exchange. Karagiaridi, W. Bury, E. Tylianakis, A. A. Sarjeant, J. T. Hupp, O. K. Farha, Chem. Mater, 25, 3499 (2013).
  3. Perfluoroalkane functionalization of NU-1000 via solvent-assisted ligand incorporation: Synthesis and CO2 adsorption studies. Deria, J. E. Mondloch, E. Tylianakis, P. Ghosh, W. Bury, R. Q. Snurr, J. T. Hupp, O. K. Farha, J. Am. Chem. Soc, 135, 16801 (2013).
  4. Designing novel nanoporous architectures of carbon nanotubes for hydrogen storage. Tylianakis, G. K. Dimitrakakis, F. J. Martin-Martinez, S. Melchor, J. A. Dobado, E. Klontzas, G. E. Froudakis, Int. J. Hydrog. Energy, 39, 9825 (2014).
  5. Hydrogen storage in ordered and disordered phenylene-bridged mesoporous organosilicas. N. Kanatzopoulos, A. Enotiadis, E. Maccallini, M. Antoniou, K. Dimos, A. Policicchio, E. Klontzas, E. Tylianakis, V. Binas, P. N. Trikalitis, R. G. Agostino, D. Gournis, G. E. Froudakis, Int. J. Hydrog. Energy, 39, 2104 (2014).
  6. Evaluation of force field performance for high-throughput screening of gas uptake in metal-organic frameworks. G. McDaniel, S. Li, E. Tylianakis, R. Q. Snurr, J. R. Schmidt, J. Phys. Cme. C, 119, 3143, (2015).
  7. Adsorption in micro and mesoporous slit carbons with oxygen surface functionalities. Gotzias, E. Tylianakis, G. E. Froudakis, Th. Steriotis, Microporous Mesoporous Mater, 209, 141, (2015).
  8. Enhancement of CO2 Adsorption in Magnesium Alkoxide IRMOF-10. Stegiannakos, E. Klontzas, E. Tylianakis, G. E. Froudakis, , J. Phys. Chem. C, 119, 22001, (2015).
  9. Reticular Synthesis of HKUST-like tbo-MOFs with Enhanced CH4 Storage. Spanopoulos, C. Tsagarakis, E. Klontzas, E. Tylianakis, G. E. Froudakis, K. Adil, Y. Belmabkhout, M. Eddaoudi, P. N. Trikalitis, J. Am. Chem. Soc, 138, 1568, (2016).
  10. Tuning the interaction strength and the adsorption of CO2 in metal organic frameworks by functionalization of the organic linkers. G. Frysali, E. Klontzas, E. Tylianakis, G. E. Froudakis, Microporous Mesoporous Mater, 227, 144, (2016).
  11. Adsorption and molecular siting of CO2, water, and other gases in the superhydrophobic, flexible pores of FMOF-1 from experiment and simulation. Z. Moghadam, J. F. Ivy, R. K. Arvapally, A. M. Dos Santos, J. C. Pearson, L. Zhang, E. Tylianakis, P. Ghosh, I. W. H. Oswald, U. Kaipa, X. Wang, A. K. Wilson, R. Q. Snurr, M. A. Omary, M. A, Chem. Sci., 8, 3989 (2017).
  12. Multiscale simulations reveal IRMOF-74-III as a potent drug carrier for gemcitabine delivery. Kotzabasaki, I. Galdadas E. Tylianakis, E. Klontzas, Z. Cournia and G. E. Froudakis, J. Mater. Chem. B, 5, 3277 (2017).
  13. OH-functionalization strategy in Metal-Organic Frameworks for drug delivery. Kotzabasaki, E. Tylianakis, E. Klontzas and G. E. Froudakis, Chem. Phys. Lett, 685, 114 (2017).

Title of ICPAM talk: Tuning the interaction strength and the adsorption capacity of light gases in nanoporous materials by functionalization of the organic linkers. A multiscale theoretical study