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Heterogeneous catalysis

Current research topics related to the pathways of catalytic reactions, catalyst optimization and reactor work modeling

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Conservation chemistry

Issues related to research on the durability and degradation of natural polymers as part of projects and cooperation with cultural entities

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Academic teaching

Current information for students of fields of study at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Jagiellonian University

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About Research Group

The central research theme of the Heterogenic Reaction Kinetics Group is divided between topic related to the catalysis field and aspects of conservation of materials for cultural heritage. Our focus is development of structure-activity relationships in the field of heterogeneous catalysis and materials science with the use of advanced in situ and operando characterization techniques.

We are the initiators of the development and promotion of the conservation chemistry field at the Faculty of Chemistry.

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About Publications Group

The result of the scientific work of our Research Group are primarily scientific publications created in the framework of research projects financed from external sources (NCN, FNP, EA and Norway Grants) and grants for scientific activity. Research papers are also results of cooperation with domestic and foreign research teams as well as collaboration with industry and cultural entities in Poland.

We publish our research in internationally recognized publishers, which include the following magazines:

  • Journal of Catalysis
  • Scientific Reports – Nature
  • Journal of Raman Spectroscopy
  • Journal of Chromatography A
  • Etc.
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Gas-phase flow resistance of metal foams : experiments and modeling

Piątek Marcin, Gancarczyk Anna, Iwaniszyn Marzena, Jodłowski Przemysław , Łojewska Joanna, Kołodziej Andrzej

Terahertz absorption by cellulose : application to ancient paper artifacts

Peccianti Marco, Fastampa Renato, Mosca Conte Adriano, Pulci Olivia, Violante Claudia, Łojewska Joanna, Clerici Matteo, Morandotti Roberto, Missori Mauro.

Nanoscale analysis of degradation processes of cellulose fibers

Teodonio Lorenzo, Missori Mauro, Pawcenis Dominika, Łojewska Joanna, Valle Francesco

Investigations of a three channel autogenous reactor for lean methane combustion

Ewelina Salamon, Ivan Cornejo, Joseph P. Mmbaga, Andrzej Kołodziej, Joanna Lojewska, Robert E.Hayes
Featured projects
performed in the team

OPUS 12 NCN

NCN, OPUS 12

If not a ceramic monolith then what? Development of a catalytic reactor filled with solid foams for post-combustion of methane, 2016/23/B/ST8/02024

OPUS 5 NCN

NCN, OPUS 5

From active center to reactor: design of metal oxide catalyst activity for structural carriers with high mass and heat transport parameters, 2013/09/B/ST8/00171

FNP Bridge Program

FNP, Program Pomost

High performance nano composite catalyst for structured reactors. Utilization of exhaust gases from biogas turbines. POMOST/2011-3/7

Sonata 12 NCN

NCN, SONATA 12

Nanocellulose + metal nanoparticles. Synthesis and research on functionalized nanocellulose towards the immobilization of metal nanoparticles., 2016/23/D/ST5/00451

Preludium 7 NCN

NCN, PRELUDIUM 7

Development of a method for analyzing fibroin molecular weight distribution by means of gel permeation chromatography, 2014/13/N/ST4/04089

Preludium 10 NCN

NCN Preludium 10

Development of techniques for spectroscopic surface analysis to study the relationship between the structure and activity of catalysts. In situ, operando and AFM/Raman approach., 2015/19/N/ST8/00181