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PhD topics for academic year 2021/2022

Department of Solid State Engineering

Synthesis and Production of Drugs - Drugs and Biomaterials

Faculty of Chemical Technology

Advanced bactericidal coatings with long-lasting effect

Siegel Jakub, doc. Ing. Ph.D. ( Jak...@vscht.cz)
Experimental work focused on the optimization of immobilization of metal nanoparticles on polymeric supports for the preparation of a new generation of antimicrobial surfaces. Nanoparticle immobilization will be acomplished by physical methods based on the interaction of prepared particles with laser radiation. Antibacterial effects and biocompatibility of developed surfaces will be evaluated in cooperation with the Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology VŠCHT Prague.

Faculty of Chemical Technology

Advanced materials for green hydrogen preparation

Švorčík Václav, prof. Ing. DrSc. ( svo...@vscht.cz)
Faculty of Chemical Technology

Advanced methods and applications of SERS

Lyutakov Oleksiy, Mgr. Ph.D. ( ole...@vscht.cz)
Faculty of Chemical Technology

Advanced structures and materials for surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy

Švorčík Václav, prof. Ing. DrSc. ( svo...@vscht.cz)

Synthesis and Production of Drugs - Drugs and Biomaterials

Faculty of Chemical Technology

A new generation of materials and approaches for detecting and destroying of pharmaceutical contaminants in the aquatic environment

Lyutakov Oleksiy, Mgr. Ph.D. ( ole...@vscht.cz)

Faculty of Chemical Technology

Hydrogels based on poly(vinyl alcohol)

Slepičková Kasálková Nikola, Ing. Ph.D. ( Nik...@vscht.cz)
This work deals with the preparation and characterization of hydrogels films based on PVA. Hydrogels will be modificated physically (plasma, laser radiation) or/and chemically (doping with nanoparticles, drugs, dyes, etc.). Changes in surface and mechanical properties depending on the modification will be studied. The antibacterial properties and cytocompatibility of the prepared hydrogels will be determined.
Faculty of Chemical Technology

Intelligent materials and surfaces - switching between "ultra" states

Lyutakov Oleksiy, Mgr. Ph.D. ( ole...@vscht.cz)
Faculty of Chemical Technology

Photochemistry on the base of noble metals nanostructures

Lyutakov Oleksiy, Mgr. Ph.D. ( ole...@vscht.cz)
Faculty of Chemical Technology

Plasmon- and electro-chemical active materials for relevant chemical transformations

Lyutakov Oleksiy, Mgr. Ph.D. ( ole...@vscht.cz)
Faculty of Chemical Technology

Regeneration of CO2 using renewable energy sources

Švorčík Václav, prof. Ing. DrSc. ( svo...@vscht.cz)

Synthesis and Production of Drugs - Drugs and Biomaterials

Faculty of Chemical Technology

SERS and artificial neural network – toward the analysis of complex biochemical samples

Lyutakov Oleksiy, Mgr. Ph.D. ( ole...@vscht.cz)
Faculty of Chemical Technology

Smart antimicrobial materials

Švorčík Václav, prof. Ing. DrSc. ( svo...@vscht.cz)
Faculty of Chemical Technology

Smart materials for medical and biological applications

Lyutakov Oleksiy, Mgr. Ph.D. ( ole...@vscht.cz)

Faculty of Chemical Technology

Smart materials for optics and electronics

Lyutakov Oleksiy, Mgr. Ph.D. ( ole...@vscht.cz)
Faculty of Chemical Technology

Study and application of nanostructures induced by high energy excimer laser

Slepička Petr, prof. Ing. Ph.D. ( pet...@vscht.cz)
The work will focus on the study of the interaction of polymeric materials with a unique high-power excimer laser. Periodic nanostructures on a polymer will be studied, especially their applications in the field of tissue engineering with a focus on the possibility of single cell analysis. Periodic nano-patterns (LIPSS) will be used to monitor the interaction primarily with mammalian cells, as well as their antibacterial properties, especially in combination with selected surface active substances. The work will also focus on the exposure of thin carbon nanolayers and carbon composites. Within the interaction of materials with a high energy excimer laser, also the possibilities of preparation of new materials, such as Q-carbon with ferroelectric properties, will be investigated.
Updated: 29.11.2019 12:30, Author: Jan Kříž

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