The laboratory is comprised of 7 individual, yet closely cooperating laboratories, whose research is primarily focused in the area of potential applications and preparation of nanolayers.
Laboratories aim mostly at the research of sound-absorbing structures, materials for the construction of barier systems to protect or remediate the environment such as research and development into filtration materials of different geometric structure with the possible functionalization of new membranes as bio-mass carriers or carriers of chemically active substances.
Filtration and accoustic materials
Contact: Ing. Jakub Hrůza, Ph.D.
Contact: Ing. Daniela Lubasová, Ph.D.
Organic chemistry and polymers
Contact: doc. Ing. Lenka Martinová, CSc.
Semi-industrial applications I
Contact: Ing. Petr Šidlof, Ph.D.
Contact: prof. Dr. Ing. Jiří Maryška, CSc.
The laboratory is focused on the development of various nanomaterials and their following verification in (bio) technologies designated for environmental applications. An example is the application of nanofibres as a biomass carrier for wastewater treatment or a carrier of other nanoparticles for targeted modification of separation membranes used in water treatment. Attention is also paid to the possibilities of fouling and biofouling reduction in separation membranes.
Research is conducted in close cooperation with the Laboratory of chemical remediation processes, especially in the area of preparation/transformation of xenobiotics before its own biological level of purification and/or final purification of media.
Ing. Tomáš Lederer, Ph.D., +420 485 353 638, firstname.lastname@example.org
prof. Ing. Josef Šedlbauer, Ph.D., +420 485 353 375, email@example.com