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The list of international projects SAS

Polymer Institute

Antibacterial polymer coating for global application

Antibakteriálne polymérne nátery pre globálnu aplikáciu

Duration: 1.3.2022 - 31.12.2023
Program: Bilateral - other
Project leader: Mgr. Kováčová Mária PhD.

Black metals decorated with surface receptors as highpotentiality materials for gas sensing

BLACKSENS : Plynové senzory na báze čiernych kovov dekorovaných povrchovými receptormi

Duration: 1.11.2021 - 31.10.2024
Program: Multilateral - other
Project leader: Ing. Mičušík Matej PhD.

Melt electrospinning of hollow conductive fibers for electromagnetic shielding.

Duté vodivé vlákna pre elektromagnetické tienenie pripravené elektrostatickým zvlákňovaním taveniny.

Duration: 1.3.2022 - 31.12.2024
Program: Bilateral - other
Project leader: Mgr. Špitálsky Zdenko PhD.

High-performance Carbon-based Composites with Smart Properties for Advanced Sensing Applications.

EsSENce: Vysokovýkonné kompozitné materiály na báze uhlíka s inteligentnými vlastnosťami pre pokročilé senzorické aplikácie

Duration: 1.10.2020 - 30.9.2024
Program: COST
Project leader: Ing. Omastová Mária DrSc.

Polymer materials based on poly(2-alkyl-2-oxazolines) and polyphosphazenes with tuneable thermosensitivity and biodegradation.

Hypomat: Polymérne materiály na báze poly(2-alkyl-oxazolínov) a polyfosfazénov s nastaviteľnou termosenzitivitou a biodegradáciou.

Duration: 1.1.2021 - 31.12.2023
Program: Mobility
Project leader: Mgr. Kronek Juraj PhD.

Plastic monitoRIng detectiOn RemedIaTion recoverY.

Monitoring detekcia náprava obnova plastov.

Duration: 1.5.2022 - 30.10.2025
Program: COST
Project leader: Ing. Eckstein Anita PhD.

Next Generation BiOactiVe NAnocoatings

Nová generácia bioaktívných nanopovrchov

Duration: 1.9.2022 - 31.8.2026
Program: Horizon Europe
Project leader: Mgr. Špitálsky Zdenko PhD.
Annotation:The NOVA project aims to develop a streamlined, holistic process to implement innovative antimicrobial (antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal) coatings in everyday settings. The COVID-19 global pandemic clearly highlighted an underlying risk in our current urban lifestyle: The transmission of infectious diseases can rapidly reach the exponential phase, causing catastrophic and long -term impacts on the healthcare system, in turn affecting a significant portion of daily and economic activities. Any material/device/product that needs to be handled by individuals and that will stay in use after this manipulation has the potential to act as a fomite. This can be via direct contact or by the settling of the aerosols. Thus, manufacturers need to consider having safety measures to prevent disease transmission by their products. Together with the increased citizen awareness about the subject of healthier living and working environments, there is currently an unmet need for technologies that would render the surfaces of these materials/devices/products antimicrobial in a sustainable and safe manner. The most common fomites are clothing, textile products, frequently touched surfaces (e.g., tables, doorknobs etc.) and electronic devices. The most cited article on this subject showed that 59% of handheld devices were contaminated with at least one bacterial species with S. aureus being the most common.

The total number of projects: 7