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Institute: Institute of Inorganic Chemistry

Multifunctional ceramic/graphene thick coatings for new emerging applications
Multifunkčné hrubé povlaky keramik-grafén pre perspektívne aplikácie
Program: ERANET
Project leader: doc. Ing. Lenčéš Zoltán PhD.
Duration: 1.1.2018 - 31.12.2020

Spin Coupling Advanced Level Perception
Percepcia spinovej interakcie na pokročilej úrovni
Program: Bilateral - other
Project leader: Dr. Malkin Oľga DrSc.
Annotation:The objective of the project is to extend the current perception and understanding of nuclear spin coupling as one the essential NMR parameters for characterization of molecules using experimental polyphosphine models (Dijon, France) and advanced theoretical tools (Bratislava, Slovakia). Therefore, new spin coupling pathways will be discovered and explored, thus possibly extended to other classes of molecules.This project is expected to have a great impact on the application of the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) methods in general and for their application to metal-catalyzed organic synthesis.
Duration: 1.2.2020 - 31.12.2021

Scaffolds and biocomposites for tissue regeneration
Štruktúry a biokompozity pre regeneráciu tkanív
Program: Bilateral - other
Project leader: prof. Ing. Galusek Dušan DrSc.
Duration: 1.1.2019 - 31.12.2021

(Ultra-high temperature carbides for extreme environment applications
Vysokoteplotné karbidy pre aplikácie v extrémnych podmienkach
Program: Bilateral - other
Project leader: Ing. Tatarko Peter PhD.
Duration: 1.1.2019 - 31.12.2020

Development of new advanced ceramic composites for aerospace industry
Vývoj nových pokročilých keramických kompozitov pre vesmírne aplikácie
Program: Inter-academic agreement
Project leader: Ing. Tatarko Peter PhD.
Annotation:The main aim of the project is to strengthen the collaboration between two principal investigators in the field of the development of ultra-high temperature ceramics. This collaboration will lead to understanding of the influence of different rare-earth additives on the densification and mechanical properties of new ultra-high temperature ceramics. A purpose of the project is to enable the utilization of the laboratory equipmentfor the researchers from both partner groups. The project will contribute to the development of collaboration between young researchers. A difference between the researchorientations of the individual group is very promising for the innovative solutions of scientific problems. Mutual project represents a synergy in the activities of both institutions leading to an optimal utilization of the capacity of both partners. In addition, the exchange of “know-how” in the investigated area of material research will ensure the improved quality of the outputs of the project and the enhanced qualification of young researchers and PhD students.
Duration: 1.1.2018 - 31.12.2020

Development of new ultra-high temperature ceramic matrix composites with improved oxidatio/ablation properties for aerospace industry
Vývoj nových vysokoteplotných kompozitných materiálov s keramickou matricou so zvýšenou oxidačnou/ablačnou odolnosťou pre vesmírne aplikácie
Program: Bilateral - other
Project leader: Ing. Tatarko Peter PhD.
Annotation:The use of a new type of additives, combined with the use of new processing routes, opens up the possibility of developing new ultra-high temperature ceramic matrix composites (UHTCMC) with potentially improved oxidation and ablation properties. This multidisciplinary industrially oriented research proposal brings together very timely and highly original fundamental research with a commercial potential for aerospace applications, aimed at improving the lifetime and reliability of ceramics performing in extreme conditions. The ultimate aim of the project is to develop new ultra-high temperature ceramic coatings (UHTC) for ceramic matrix composites (CMC), such as Cf/SiC, SiCf/SiC and Cf/C using an innovative approach. It is expected that final materials (the combination of UHTC with CMC -UHTCMCs) will possess the significantly improved ultra-high temperature properties and long-term (up to several hours) thermo-chemical resistance. This will bring new knowledge in the fundamental research in the field and fulfil a commercial potential of these materials to be applied as Thermal Protection Systems of hypersonic and atmospheric re-entry vehicles, as well as different parts of different propulsion systems.
Duration: 1.11.2017 - 31.10.2020

The total number of projects: 6