Materials Synthesis Department focuses on advanced materials. The aim of our research is to obtain knowledge of materials chemistry for the controlled synthesis of new materials with desirable properties. Materials of interest are nanoparticles, (nano)composites, colloids, magnetic fluids, ceramics for applications in medicine, electronics, chemical technology, biotechnology, ecology, and sensorics.
Partner in the PASSENGER project EU-funded project will contribute with e-mobility applications to the EU Green deal aiming to zero emissions and clean urban transportation.
At the Department we participate in a EU H2020 funded project ORACLE– NOVEL ROUTES AND CATALYSTS FOR SYNTHESIS OF AMMONIA AS ALTERNATIVE RENEWABLE FUEL which will develop scalable alternative reaction technologies for decentralized production of ammonia as a renewable fuel from N2 and H2O.In our team we welcome doctoral student Anja Sedminek.