H2020-MSCA-IF-2017 New Generation Ultra High Temperature Ceramic Matrix Composites for Aerospace Industry Aim: To develop new materials with significantly improved properties and long-term thermo-chemical resistance….
The Institute of Inorganic Chemistry (IIC) is focused on basic research in the area of inorganic and bio-inorganic systems oriented to optimization and development of new materials and technological processes in the following branches of science: inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, materials chemistry, inorganic technologies and materials, theoretical chemistry, nanotechnology.
The main subjects of the research are the following:
- Relations between composition, properties and structure of inorganic substances, mainly advanced ceramic materials, molten salt systems and hydrosilicates.
- Thermodynamics of multicomponent systems.
- Features and chemical reactions in inorganic systems, including interface of phases.
- Development and application of theoretical and experimental methods for the determination of the structure and properties of matter.
- Porous bioactive glass microspheres prepared by flame synthesis process
- Four-component relativistic time-dependent density-functional theory using a stable noncollinear DFT ansatz applicable to both closed- and open-shell systems
- Bioactive silicon nitride by surface thermal treatment
- Micro scale fracture strength of grains and grain boundaries in polycrystalline La-doped β-Si3N4 ceramics
- Wire electrical discharge machinable SiC with GNPs and GO as the electrically conducting filler
- The differing responses of various techniques in measuring the phase transformations of K2ZrF6
- A precursor approach for the development of lace-like Fe2O3 nanocrystallites triggered by pressure dependent nucleation and growth of akaganeite over clay based composites for toluene combustion