Defended PhD.

2017

Interactions of organic derivates with layered materials
Student Mgr. Lukáš Petra
Supervisor RNDr. Peter Komadel, DrSc.
Scientific Field Inorganic Chemistry
Preparation and analysis of deeply undercooled industrial molten fluorides
Student Ing. Šimurda Michal
Supervisor doc. Ing. Miroslav Boča, PhD.
Scientific Field Inorganic Technology and Materials

 

2016

Photophysical properties of hybrid systems based on clay minerals and cyanine dyes
Student Mgr. Boháč Peter
Supervisor Mgr. Adriana Czímerová, PhD.
Scientific Field Inorganic Chemistry
Fully relativistic calculations of magnetic resonance parameters with application to paramagnetic NMR
Student Peter Cherry
Supervisor Dr. Vladimír Malkin
Scientific Fiel Chemical Physics
The new types of low melting electrolytes in aluminium production: their physico-chemical and structural analysis
Student Ing. Kontrík Martin
Supervisor doc. Ing. Miroslav Boča, PhD.
Scientific Field Inorganic Chemistry

2014

Chemical modifications of the natural nanomaterials surfaces
Student Mgr. Valéria Bizovská
Supervisor RNDr. Jana Madejová, DrSc.
Scientific Field Inorganic Chemistry
Preparation and Characterization of Silicon Nitride-Based Nanocomposites for cutting of hard-to-machine materials
Student Mgr. Bystrický Roman
Supervisor doc. Ing. Miroslav Hnatko, PhD.
Scientific Field Inorganic Chemistry
Carbon nanotubes – influence on properties of oxide and non-oxide ceramics materials
Student Ing. Ondrej Hanzel
Supervisor prof. RNDr. Pavol Šajgalík DrSc.
Scientific Field Inorganic Technology and Materials

2013

Study of the potential of fluoride melts for high-temperature applications
Student Ing. Peter Barborík
Supervisor doc. Ing. Miroslav Boča, PhD.
Scientific Field Inorganic Technology and Materials
Properties of natural nanomaterials and possibilities of their environmental applications
Student Mgr. Anna Brtáňová
Supervisor RNDr. Peter Komadel, DrSc.
Scientific Field Inorganic Technology and Materials
Development and applications of new relativistic approaches to study compounds containing heavy elements
Student Mgr. Anežka Křístková
Supervisor Dr. Oľga Malkin, DrSc.
Scientific Field Chemical Physics
Functional and high temperature properties of alumina based nanocomposites
Student Ing. Martin Michálek
Supervisor Doc. Ing. Dušan Galusek, PhD.
Scientific Field Inorganic Technology and Materials

2011

Alumina electroceramics for advanced plasma sources
Student Ing. Jozef Chovanec
Supervisor Doc. Ing. Dušan Galusek, PhD.
Scientific Field Inorganic Technology and Materials
Construction ceramics with high electrical conductivity
Student Ing. Frajkorová Františka
Supervisor Ing. Miroslav Hnatko, PhD.
Scientific Field Inorganic Technology and Materials