CMV Laboratoře


Our research team focuses on photochemical, photocatalytic and photoelectrocatalytic processes. Within these research directions, current topics are mainly the study of photocatalytic properties of thin films of oxide n-type semiconductors (TiO2, WO3) in mineral, hybrid organo-mineral (oligomeric siloxanes) and organic binders, applied as self-cleaning layers for exterior use. Furthermore, the study of photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical properties of thin films of these oxides leading to sensor applications such as UV electrochemical sensor. Currently, attention is turning to promising semiconductors at the interface between organic and inorganic materials (graphene oxide, graphitic carbonitride) and also thin film sensors for gases such as ozone, ammonia, etc.

The subject of study is not only material dependencies, but also optimization and scaling of thin film preparation processes from laboratory scale to quarter- and half-scale using material printing techniques. Printed functional semiconductor layers are tested in laboratory and quarter-scale photochemical reactors, and we study the kinetics of these processes. Significant emphasis is placed on the application of research findings, which is reflected in the large number of projects solved in collaboration with industrial partners.

doc. Ing. Petr Dzik, Ph.D.

doc. Ing.



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+420 54114 9404, 9411


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