Current PhD.

 

Corrosion of superalloys for energy applications
Student MSc. Ramu Ambati
Supervisor doc. Ing. Miroslav Boča, DrSc.
Scientific Field Inorganic Chemistry
Development and efficient implementation new relativistic methods for interpretation NMR and EPR spectra of heavy elements compounds
Student MSc. Florian Lemken
Supervisor Dr. Oľga Malkina
Scientific Field Chemical Physics
Functional surfaces of polymers modified by layered inorganic nanoparticles
Student MSc. Eva Skoura
Supervisor prof. RNDr. Juraj Bujdák. DrSc.
Scientific Field Inorganic Chemistry
Development and efficient implementation of fully relativistic methods for prediction of spectroscopic parameters of systems containing heavy elements
Student Mgr. Debora Pastvová
Supervisor Mgr. Stanislav Komorovský, PhD.
Scientific Field Chemical Physics
Oxynitride-based transparent luminescent materials
Student Mgr. Patrícia Petrisková
Supervisor doc. Ing. Zoltán Lenčéš, PhD.
Scientific Field Inorganic Chemistry
New joining methods for advanced ceramic materials
Student MSc. Hakan Ünsal
Supervisor Ing. Peter Tatarko, PhD.
Scientific Field Inorganic Chemistry
Application of organo-modified layered hydrosilicates for the synthesis of functional materials
Student Ing. Martin Barlog
Supervisor Ing. Helena Pálková, PhD.
Scientific Field Inorganic Technology and Materials
Study of clay minerals and their intercalates by means of computational methods
Student MSc. Moreno Daniel
Supervisor Ing. Eva Scholtzová, CSc.
Scientific Field Inorganic Technology and Materials
Increasing the bioactivity of the ceramic material based on silicon nitride
Student Ing. Hičák Michal
Supervisor prof. RNDr. Pavol Šajgalík, DrSc.
Scientific Field Inorganic Technology and Materials