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Old January 17th, 2017, 01:11 PM
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The Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology (FCHPT STU) is one of the seven resources of the Slovak University of Technology.

FCHPT offers consider programs in each of the three degrees of college training, and also courses of deep rooted instruction including modules for the University of the Third Age.

Science and Research

The ebb and flow look into interests of DOIM are committed to:

The arrangement and controlling of microstructure of clay materials, inorganic covers, ordinary and uncommon glasses

Strong state reactivity, harmony in oxide frameworks Sol-gel techniques

New sorts of inorganic phosphors for HB-LED

Improvement of new sorts of bioceramics in view of hydroxyapatite and its composites

Bioactive materials and biocomposites

Earthenware production biopolymers, assessment of bioactivity

Improvement of earth inviting bonds and use of city and mechanical waste for bond creation, Re-utilize or potentially immobilization of modern waste Clay froths

Projects

VEGA - scientific grant agency of the Ministry of Education of the Slovak Republic (ME SR) and of Slovak Academy of Sciences (SAS)
Project Code: 1/0696/15
Title (sl.): Vysokoporézne anorganické materiály pre tepelno-izolačné aplikácie
Title (eng.): High porous inorganic materials for thermal insulating applications
Project duration: 2015 - 2018
Responsible person: Ing. Luboš Bača, PhD.

VEGA - scientific grant agency of the Ministry of Education of the Slovak Republic (ME SR) and of Slovak Academy of Sciences (SAS)
Project Code: 1/0690/15
Title (sl.): Transparentná korundová keramika pre energeticky úsporné osvetľovacie zdroje
Title (eng.): Transparent alumina ceramics for energy saving light sources
Project duration: 2015 - 2018
Responsible person: Ing. Katarína Bodišová, PhD.

Teachers

Ing. Ľuboš Bača PhD.

prof. Ing. Dušan Galusek, DrSc.

Ing. Vladimír Kovár, CSc.

prof. Ing. Ján Lokaj, PhD.

prof. Dr. Ing. Martin Tchingnabé Palou

Ing. Eva Smrčková, CSc.

Research staff

Ing. Zora Hajdúchová, PhD.

Ing. Eva Kuzielová, PhD.

Ing. Ivan Janotka, DrSc.

Ing. Ladislav Pach, PhD.

Ing. Katarína Tomanová, PhD.

Technicians

Pavol Krutý

Iveta Zezulová

PhD students

Ing. Michal Bačuvčík

Ing. Zuzana Kováčová

Ing. Peter Veteška

Ing. Matúš Žemlička

Address:

Department of Inorganic Materials,
Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Technology and Materials,
Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology,
Slovak University of Technology,
Radlinského 9, 812 37 Bratislava
tel.:+421 (2) 59 325 676
fax:+421 (2) 59 325 415
email: marian.janek@stuba.sk
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