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$ Main research topics

Disperse systems and heterogeneous materials

  • particle characterization (size and shape)
  • suspension rheology (theoretical and applied)
  • characterization of microstructure and stereology
  • theory of sintering and grain growth
  • relations between microstructure and properties
  • computer modeling of metamaterials
  • light scattering in disperse systems and transparent ceramics

Ceramic resources and materials - preparation, characterization, properties

  • characterization of ceramic raw materials (kaolins, clays, etc.)
  • silicate ceramics (bricks, porcelain, technical ceramics, new types of ceramics in the system MgO-Al2O3-SiO2 and CaO-Al2O3-SiO2)
  • oxide ceramics (Al2O3, ZrO2, composite Al2O3-ZrO2, spinel, YAG, etc.)
  • piezoelectric ceramics
  • glazes – characterization and optimization
  • preparation of dense ceramics, including transparent ceramics (SPS method)
  • preparation of porous ceramics, including ceramic foams (new methods)
  • mechanical, thermomechanical and thermophysical properties of ceramics
  • refractory materials and their high-temperature behavior
  • degradation and aging od ceramic materials
  • historical ceramics and history of material science
  • dental ceramics and hydrothermal synthesis of ceramic powders
Updated: 23.1.2023 13:42, Author: Ing. Tereza Unger Uhlířová

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