TEAM MEMBERS FOR THE PROGRAM TRIO PROJECT, FV 40209
Ing. JAN PROCHAZKA PHD.
Ing. Jan Prochazka Ph.D, Inventor. Engineering degree from the University of Chemical Technology in Prague and doctorate in organic chemistry from Charles University in Prague.
President of Advanced Materials-JTJ s.r.o., the holding company and source of technology innovation, for FN®Nano, NanoTio, NanoEma and HE3DA technologies.
Jan Prochazka is a member of the Electrochemical Society, the American Ceramic Society, the vice-president of the Czech Society for Applied Photocatalysis and a member of the Supervisory Board of the Association of the Nanotechnology Industry of the Czech Republic.
Clear Cities role: nanotechnology and titatnium dioxide advisor.
Ing. RATHOUSKÝ Jiří CSc.
Ing. Jiri Rathougsky CSc., Director of the Center for Innovations in the Field of Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies.
Clear Cities research role: Lead scientist and manager of experimentation.
Ing. Ivana Martiniakova
Ivana Martiniaková, Ph.D. candidate at the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague and the J.Heyrovsky Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences. Focus: Photocatalysis of the air and air purification.
Master (Ing.) Brno Technical University, Institute of Physical and Applied chemistry.
Future papers on abatement VOC, NOx and ozone from air by photocatalysis, & the effect of air-flow velicity for NOx abatement.
Clear Cities research role: Since, June 2019 responsible for planning and management of experiments, writing reports, and authoring result publications.
ING. SIMON ADAMEC
Ing. Simon Adamec, Ph.D. candidate at the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague and the J.Heyrovsky Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences. Focus: Mechanism of photocatalytic degradation of selected biologically active water pollutants
Master (Ing.) In Analytical and forensic chemistry. Focus: Member of the Department of Analytical Chemistry and Forensic Laboratory of Biologically Active Substances
Other: Erasmus alum; Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim.
Clear Cities research role: From January, 2020, Photocatalytic degradation of pollutants in air and water, analysis and presentation.
ING. BARBORA MUZIKOVA
Ing. Barbora Mužíková, Ph.D. candidate at the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague and the J.Heyrovsky Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences. .Focus: photocatalytic removal of environmental pollutants in air and biologically active substances in water.
Master (Ing.) In Analytical and forensic chemistry. Focus: pecialized in novel psychoactive substances, structure analysis, NMR analysis, quantitative analysis
Clear Cities research role: analytical chemistry, optimization of experiments, methods: FTIR spectroscopy, specific analyzers, UV-Vis analysis in liquid state.
Tomáš Ducháček, Master student in Chemical sensors and cybernetics, University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague.
Bachelor's degree in Nanotechnology in chemical engineering, University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague. Focus: preparation and use of chemical sensors for detecting NOx
Clear Cities research role: Responsible for experiments in laboratory, preparing samples & evaluating results; responsible for technical requisites of the experiments
Jan Jonáš, BachelorStudent at University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague and Prague University of Economics and Business.
Thesis on the topic of Development and optimization of cyclone cleaning mechanisms. Focus area, Chemistry, Technology and Economics.
Clear Cities research role: Assistant researcher and technician dealing with the construction of major equipment for the study of gases being destroyed by photocatalysis in the Environment, providing 3D-printing and general support in the research.
Pavel Sefl CSc., Research Project Coordinator.
Clear Cities role: manager of finance, administration, planning and scheduling.
Pavol Magyar, Materials Technician and Trainer
Long-term experience in application methodologies and research for new procedures to improve the functionality of FN NANO technology.
Research role: Establishing validation metrics utilized in procedures for practical use and determining how best transferred to the project for best outcomes and measurement.
DANIEL R BUTLER
Daniel R Butler, Author of Research White Paper
Emissions Trading consultant, Carbon offset developer, Financial Markets professional.
Clear Cities role: Author of proposal for the use of Photocatalytic Coating Application technology (PCA) for use in city centers to lower pollution through incentives and subsidies.
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