Projects

Current projects

  • Novel method for mesoporous silica functionalization for heterogeneous catalysis.
    S
    cientific project OPUS financed by National Science Centre
  • Investigation of synergism of catalyst components in the ammonia decomposition reaction as a source of hydrogen, based on pillaring hybrid graphene materials.
    Scientific project PRELUDIUM financed by National Science Centre

Completed projects

  • Synthetic and natural layered aluminosilicates as base for high surface area catalysts with designed porosity.
    Scientific project OPUS financed by National Science Centre, 2017-2020
  • Funcionalization of micro-mesoporous zeolites for the needs of highly selective processes of environmental catalysis.
    Scientific project "Iuventus plus" financed by the Ministry of Science and Education
  • Nanostructural oxide systems deposited on mesoporous silica supports as catalysts of the selected environmental processes.
    Financed by National Science Centre, 2013-2016.
  • Development of methods for preparation of modern zeolitic materials with hierarchical pore structure
    Financed by National Science Centre
  • Catalytic decomposition and catalytic reduction of N2O using a new generation of functionalized microporous and mesoporous inorganic materials.
    Financed by International PhD Projects within Foundation for Polish Science, 2010-2014.

  • Nanocomposite materials with controlled porous structure based on cationic clay minerals.
    Financed by Ministry of Science and Higher Education, 2010-2013.
  • Development of nanocrystalic catalyst CuxCe1-xO2-y for low-temperature oxidation of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and their halogenous analogues (Cl-VOCs).
    Financed by State Committee for Scientific Research, 2009-2012.
  • High surface area oxide systems with uniform porous structure obtained from natural layered silicates.
    Financed by State Committee for Scientific Research, 2007-2009.
  • Innovative development of catalysts with controlled porous structure based on phlogopite and vermiculite for conversion of NOx to N2.
    Financed by State Committee for Scientific Research, 2005-2008.