• Laboratory of Inorganic Binders

    The aim of chemical analysis laboratory is studying the chemical composition of materials at micro and nanoscale. There are the possibilities to study quantitatively and qualitatively the contents of chemical elements and phases in materials of various states. Instrumental equipment allows the study of temperature dependence of the phase composition,residual stress measurement, and analysis of the crystal orientation. 

    Contact: František Šoukal, Ph.D.

  • Laboratory of Ceramic Materials

    Laboratory is used to determine the chemical, phase change materials and weight during heating up
    to 2400 °C. It is also possible to determine the shape of dimensional changes of heat stressed silicate materials, the representants of refractory materials, such as ceramics, glass, cement raw materials, slag, ash, as well as metallic materials. 

    Contact: Petr Ptáček, Ph.D.

  • Laboratory of Metals and Corrosion

    Get a competitive advantage due to the cooperation with academicians and scientists. We are one of the few EN ISO 9001:2008 certificated Czech university laboratories offering analysis for not only metallic materials, development of protective coatings and corrosion attack reasons and corrosion development determination.

  • Laboratory of Biocolloids

    Biocolloid research group has a long term experience and research excellence in studying properties or structure and developing applications of several natural colloids or colloids of biological origin.

    Contact: Assoc. Prof. Martina Klučáková, Ph.D.

  • Laboratory of Biotechnology and Biomaterials Research

    We deal with biotechnological production, analysis, characterization and application of various biomolecules and biomaterials and, furthermore, we are working on development of delivery systems for selected biologically active substances. The research group consists of students of all university levels (undergraduates and PhD. students) as well as employees of the faculty. Therefore, the less skilled students can gain a lot of support and experience from the cooperation within the group.

    Presentation of laboratory.

    Contact:  Assoc. Prof. Ivana Márová

  • Laboratory of Organic Electronics and Photonics

    The laboratory is engaged in applied and basic research of advanced organic materials for electronics and photonics. We offer expertises in the field of organic functional materials synthesis, characterization and study of their electronic, optical, electrical and optoelectric properties and the design, construction and characterization of components and devices for organic electronics, photonics and sensor technology. Dynamically expanding research team is made up of five experienced researchers and five PhD students.

    Contact: Martin Vala, PhD.