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Student's Thesis


Graphene Synthesis by Carbon Nanotubes Exfoliation

Experimental work will focuse on carbon nanotubes exfoliation by oxidation or  alkaline metals intercalation. Carbon nanotubes and synthesised graphene ribbons will be characterized by Raman spectroscopy, FTIR, STM, AFM and other advanced methods.

2D Nanomaterials Synthesis -  „bottom-up“ Processes

2D inorganic materials based on MoS2 and similar substances show quite unique properties.  Materials will be synthesised from various  precursors under hydrothermal conditions. Process optimalization leads to preparation of materials with desired structure and number of layers. Characterization will be done by advanced analytical techiques like AFM, Raman spectroscopy and photoluminescence measurements.

Master Thesis

Synthesis and Electrocatalytic Properties of Layerd Carbides

This work will be focused on develepment of layerd carbides (so called MEX) synthesis and optimalization of its chemical exfoliation methods.  Student will study potential of exfoliated carbides use in electrocatalysis. Materials will be characterised by XPS, AFM, Raman spectroscopy and SEM/TEM.

Bachelor Thesis

Gas Detectors Based on Layerd Chalcogenides

Experimental work will be focused on synthesis and following exfoliation of 5th and 6th group dichalcogenides. Student will study their use in gas detection by impedance spectroscopy. Materials and sensoric structures will be characterised by  SEM, AFM, XPS and Raman spectroscopy.

Consultant: Ing. Jan Luxa

Composite Materials Based on Graphene Oxide

Graphene Oxide belongs to intensively studied nanomaterials.  This work will be focused on composite synthesis optimalization.  Synthesised material will be characterised by XPS, SEM, AFM, FT-IR  and Raman spectroscopy.

Consultant: Ing. Daniel Bouša

Layerd Carbides (MEX Phase) synthesis

Experimental work will be focused on preparation of layerd carbides with general composition Tix+1AlCx. Student will also focuse on optimalization of chemical exfoliation. Exfoliated MEX phase will be tested for biologically active substances detection and their use in electrocatalysis will be examined.

Consultant: Ing. Jan Luxa

Graphene Based Quantum Dots

Experimental work will be focused on preparation of graphene based quantum dots. Student will study their reactivity and influence of chemical composition on luminescence properties.

Consultant: Ing. Vlastimil Mazánek

Carbon Membranes for Separation Applications

Experimental work will be focused on preparation of graphene and carbon nanotubes based membranes. Membranes will be used for separation of gas and organic substances vapours.  Student will focuse on optimalization of chemical composition and mechanical properties. Membrane separation properties will be studied. 

Consultant: Ing. Vlastimil Mazánek

Pnictogenides Photocatalytic Applications

Experimental work will be focused on synthesis of orthorombic layerd phosphorus  and preparation of its solid solutions with arsenic. This work will also focuse on exfoliation methods.  Materials will be tested for their organic pollutants photocatalytic degradation abilities.

Consultant: Ing. Daniel Bouša

Advanced Synthesis of Graphene Derivatives

Experimental work is focused on hydrogenated graphene synthesis.  Student will study mechanism of nucleophilic substitution and radical reaction on hydrogenated graphene. This materials will be studied for their potential use in detection of biologically active substances.

Consultant: Ing. Vlastimil Mazánek

Preparation of Layered Chalcogenides Nanustructures by Mechanic Exfoliation


This work will be focused on development of mechanical exfoliation methods of layerd materials. The target will be to obtain stable colloidal suspension of monolayers of exfoliated transition metal chalcogenides. Next part of this work will focuse on preparation of nanostructures based on these materials. This materials will be tested for preparation of chemical sensors and optical detectors.

Updated: 5.11.2018 10:52, Author: Kateřina Szőkölová

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