Current Selection : 5 Research Groups

Eric Bakker

Analytical Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Electrochemical Sensors, Optical Detection Principles, Ion Optodes, Exhaustive Sensors, Photoelectric Conversion, Light Activated Extraction, Nanosphere Reagents, Materials Characterization, Polymers and Polymer Modifications, Environmental Analysis, Biomedical Analysis.

Michal Borkovec

The research of the group focuses on fundamental physical and analytical chemistry of colloids, surfaces, and polymers. Applications of these concepts are pursued in industrial process control and environmental chemistry.

Gérard Hopfgartner

Analytical chemistry and mass spectrometry of low molecular weight compounds (pharmaceuticals) and macromolcules (peptides, proteins). Mass spectrometry imaging, Ionization, High resolution MS and data independent acquisition, ion mobility mass spectrometry, coupling MS with separation sciences, data analysis, MS libraries, bioanalysis, metabolism, metabolomics, lipidomics, proteomics, ultra-fast quantitative analysis.

Claude Piguet

Supramolecular chemistry of f-elements.
Synthesis of luminescent and magnetically active polymetallic materials. Thermodynamics of self-assembly. Molecular near-infrared to visible upconversion using linear optics. Thermotropic luminescent liquid crystals.

Istvan Szilagyi

Our research interest involves synthesis, characterization and application of lamellar inorganic materials including layered double hydroxides, titanates and graphite oxide. We particularly focus on aggregation of such nanoparticles in dispersions and their delamination into unilamellar nanosheets in the presence of polyelectrolytes or ionic liquids. We are also interested in applications of these systems in environmental processes, catalysis or as delivery agents.