Research direction

Environmental Technologies

The field of research in environmental materials and technologies includes the development, characterization and processing of polymer systems in particular that are capable of specific interactions with the environment, such as the ability of a material to undergo biodegradation or, on the contrary, resistance to pathogenic microorganisms.

Another area of ​​interest of the research group is the use of natural and renewable resources, specifically biologically active substances, biomass or inorganic components, for further application in practice with the expectation of new added value of the product. Research activities include detailed characterizations of the developed materials, which in this case requires a multidisciplinary approach comprising areas of scientific disciplines such as chemistry, physics, microbiology, ecology and the necessary processing technologies.

Within the Centre of Polymer Systems and cooperation with practice, the research group also ensures the operation and professional development of analytical and microbiological laboratories.

Head of the group: prof. Ing. Vladimír Sedlařík, Ph.D.


Implemented projects

FW01010588 - "Filters for removal of biologically active molecules from the drinking water", 2020-2022

QK1910392 – „Environmentally friendly soil conservation materials for the crop production intensification based on renewable resource“, 2019-2023

TH02020836 - "Development of novel environmentally friendly packaging with added value for food applications", 2017-2020

TH03020117 - "Conductive materials and their application for antistatic and dissipative treatment of the paper and polymeric products", 2018-2021

TJ02000269 - "Nanostructured filtration materials for elimination of arsenic in water", 2019-2021

FV10756 - "Development of polymer carriers in sub-micro and nano-forms", 2016-2020

FV30048 - "New additives for multifunctional modification of polymeric surfaces", 2018-2021

8JPL19031 - "Development of novel additives for thermoplastic processing of biodegradable polymers", 2019-2020

8J20PL026 - "Biodegradable polymer nanocomposite systems with improved thermal and mechanical properties", 2020-2021

IGA/CPS/2020/002 - "Bioactive polymer systems for environmental applications"

IGA/CPS/2020/006 - "Influence of modifications dispersion particles on the utility properties of magnetorheological systems"

Research outcomes

Investigation of arsenic removal from aqueous solution through selective sorption and nanofiber-based filters

CITATION DATA: Journal of Environmental Health Science and Engineering, https://doi.org/10.1007/s40201-021-00691-0, PUBLICATION YEAR: 2021

The influence of synthesis conditions on the electrorheological performance of iron(II) oxalate rod-like particles

CITATION DATA: Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, VOL: 100, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jiec.2021.05.011, PUBLICATION YEAR: 2021

Nanoparticle-based rifampicin delivery system development

CITATION DATA: Molecules, VOL: 26, ISS: 7, https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules26072067, PUBLICATION YEAR: 2021

Detection and relative quantification of amine oxidase gene (yobN) in Bacillus subtilis: application of real-time quantitative PCR

CITATION DATA: Journal of Food Science and Technology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s13197-021-05090-9, PUBLICATION YEAR: 2021

Immobilization of caraway essential oil in a polypropylene matrix for antimicrobial modification of a polymeric surface

CITATION DATA: Polymers, VOL: 13, ISS: 6, https://doi.org/10.3390/polym13060906, PUBLICATION YEAR: 2021

Polylactide/polyvinylalcohol-based porous bioscaffold loaded with gentamicin for wound dressing applications

CITATION DATA: Polymers, VOL: 13, ISS: 6, https://doi.org/10.3390/polym13060921, PUBLICATION YEAR: 2021

Magnetorheological fluids based on core-shell carbonyl iron particles modified by various organosilanes: synthesis, stability and performance

CITATION DATA: Soft Matter, VOL: 17, ISS: 5, https://doi.org/10.1039/d0sm01785j, PUBLICATION YEAR: 2021

Effect of DMDHEU treatment on properties of bacterial cellulose material

CITATION DATA: Textile Research Journal, https://doi.org/10.1177/0040517521992357, PUBLICATION YEAR: 2021

An estimate of the onset of beadless character of electrospun nanofibers using rheological characterization

CITATION DATA: Polymers, VOL: 13, ISS: 2, https://doi.org/10.3390/polym13020265, PUBLICATION YEAR: 2021

Self-assembled Camptothecin derivatives – Curcuminoids conjugate for combinatorial chemo-photodynamic therapy to enhance anti-tumor efficacy

CITATION DATA: Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology, VOL: 215, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jphotobiol.2021.112124, PUBLICATION YEAR: 2021

Slippery liquid-infused porous polymeric surfaces based on natural oil with antimicrobial effect

CITATION DATA: Polymers, VOL: 13, ISS: 2, https://doi.org/10.3390/polym13020206, PUBLICATION YEAR: 2021

Electrochemical performance of composites made of rGO with Zn-MOF and PANI as electrodes for supercapacitors

CITATION DATA: Electrochimica Acta, VOL: 367, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.electacta.2020.137563, PUBLICATION YEAR: 2021

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Head of the group: prof. Ing. Vladimír Sedlařík, Ph.D.

Scientific team


prof. Ing. Vladimír Sedlařík, Ph.D.

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Ing. Martina Pummerová, Ph.D.

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Ing. Hana Pištěková, Ph.D.

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RNDr. Eva Domincová Bergerová, Ph.D.

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Ing. Mgr. Silvie Duřpeková, Ph.D.

+420 57 603 1744 A318
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Ing. Zuzana Krchňáčková, Ph.D.

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doc. Ing. Pavel Valášek, CSc.

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Dr. Ing. Miroslava Kovářová

+420 57 603 1734 A225
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Ing. Lenka Lovecká, Ph.D.

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Ing. Ivo Vincent, CSc.

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Ing. Veronika Hanuliak, Ph.D.

+420 57 603 1745  A323
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Ing. Dušan Kimmer, CSc.

+420 57 603 11735 A225
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Ph.D. students


Ing. Jaroslav Císař

+420 57 603 1742 A326
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Ing. Petra Drőhsler

+420 57 603 1479 A328
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Ing. Tomáš Šopík

+420 57 603 1744A318
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