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Projects

Research projects, grants:
 
Principal investigator:
 
1995-1996 AMFK, MKM 376sz.
Preparation and characterization of Langmuir-Blodgett ordered molecular layers with colloid chemical, nuclear and surface analytical methods
(In coopeartion with Department of Nuclear Chemistry Eötvös Univ, Brookhaven Laboratory, USA)
 
1995-1997 OTKA T017304
Effect of surface modification of polymers on the blood coagulation
 
1995-1998 OTKA T017306
Interfacial behavior of proteins. Investigation of colloid chemical phenomena of three phase partitioning.
(In coopeartion with Food Research Institute, Budapest)
 
1996-1997 AMFK, MKM 71/96sz.
Study of ordered molecular layers formed at fluid interfaces
 
1997-2001 FKFP 0156/97
Preparation and characterization of biocompatible and biodegradable polymer surfaces
(In coopeartion with Department of Mech. Ind. Engn., Univ. Toronto, Chemical Research Cent. HAS, Budapest)
 
1998-2001 OTKA T025789
Stability of Langmuir-Blodgett Films
(In coopeartion with Chemical Research Cent. HAS, Budapest)
 
2000-2003 OTKA T033065
Protein partitioning in two phase systems
(In coopeartion with Procter Department, Univ. of Leeds)
   
2007-2012 OTKA T68120
Structural and functional characterization of complex polymer-containing surface nanostructures and their potential application in drug delivery
   
2009-2012 FP-NMP-2008-SME-2 Nanobond (www.nanobond.org)
Integration of emerging soft nanotechnology into the functionalisation of textiles
   
2009-2012 NKTH-A*STAR (Szingapúr) Program Biospona
Biocompatible polymer layers and nanoparticles for controlled drug release
 
 
Participant:
 
2002-2005 OTKA 037188
Development of high perfprmance separation techniques (MEKC, CZE)
 
2006-2009 OTKA 060197
Application of high performance separation techniques in characterization of bioactive molecules
   
2007-2011

OTKA 68358
Improved immunodiagnosis and targeted treatment of Mtb infection with the application of peptides and peptide conjugates

   
2007-2010 TB-INTER Jedlik NKFP (www.tb-inter.org)
Design of novel antituberculotic compounds by interactome and target analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
   
2008-2011 BIO_SURF NKTH (www.bio-surf.hu)
Application of synthetic peptides for engineering cell adhesive interfaces, bioimplant surfaces.
 
 
Educational projects, grants:
 
1995-1998 OTKA 060197
PHARE Tempus "Surface Engineering in Hungarian Higher Education" EU program
Development of PhD courses and preparation of Lecture Notes
 
2004-2005 EU-Leonardo HU/01/B/F/PP-136007 EU6
Standard Base, Analytical Chemistry Laboratory Measurements
(participant)
 
 

Joint Research Infrastructure Development Grant of the European Comission and

the Hungarian Ministry of Economics

 
2000-2001: Development of research infrastructure, Ministry of Education
MU-00185/2000 OMFB 02330/2000 1530-684-0-331

Introduction and application of automatic drop profile analyzer for the software-controlled measurement and analysis of:

  • the static and dynamic contact angle according to the Sessile and Captive Drop method
  • the analysis of the drop shape according to the Pendant Drop method
  • the wetting behavior on solid surfaces
  • the surface free energy of solids and their components
  • the surface and interfacial tension out of the analysis of the drop shape

Dynamic processes and rheological behavoiur of surface or interfacial films can be studied with the apparatus equipped with video camera and on-line data processing. Adsorption of surfactants, polymers, proteins and polarity or modification of solid surfaces can be followed with high accuracy and reliability.

Project leader: Dr. Éva Kiss
www.dataphysics.de

 
2004-2005: GVOP-3.2.1- 2004 - 04 - 0099/3.0
The modern SPM (STM+AFM) as a high performance surface characterization method and multifunctional measuring technique became of vital importance in several fields of chemistry, materials science, electrochemistry and development of biomaterials. With the aid of the financial support of the GVOP 3.2.1-2004-04-0099/3.0 project, we are allowed to utilize the SPM in national and international research programs and in the higher education (gradual and PhD level) as well at the Chemical Institute, Eötvös University.
www.parkafm.com

Project leader: Prof. György Inzelt
Project manager: Dr. Éva Kiss