Tomasz Ciach PhD Eng. Professor
 
Beata Butruk-Raszeja PhD Eng.
 
Magdalena Janczewska MSc Eng.
 
Katarzyna Każmierska MSc Eng.
Kamil Kopeć MSc Eng.
 
Piotr Kowalczyk MSc Eng.
 
Martyna Kucharska PhD Eng.
 
Aleksandra Kuźmińska, MSc Eng.
 
Aleksandra Kulikowska MSc Eng.
 
Ilona Łojszczyk MSc Eng.
 
Aleksandra Mościcka-Studzińska MSc Eng.
 
Rafał Podgórski MSc Eng.
 
Aleksandra Poniatowska MSc Eng.
 
Agata Stefanek MSc Eng.
 
Paulina Trzaskowska MSc Eng.
 
Maciej Trzaskowski MSc Eng.
 

Iga Wasiak MSc Eng.

 
Michał Wojasiński MSc Eng.
 

 

Functional coatings

Utilizing aerosol technologies, electrostatics and chemistry we are able to obtain advanced functional coatings on metal, polymers and on ceramics. Polymer coatings are applied mostly in medical devices and medical implants. They exhibit antibacterial properties, may release drugs or show highly hydrophilic properties.

Foto: nanoporous coating

Ceramic coatings are applied in catalysis and fuel cells. Our functional coatings can have a thickness starting from 10 nanometers to more than 10 micro meters.

Polymer coatings are obtained mostly by polymer grafting. This way we can produce a sort of nano hair of sticking out polymer chains on the surface of the other polymer. Such coatings can give a surface special properties: decrease or increase of friction coefficient, prevent thrombus formation, prevent bacteria colonization and biofilm formation, prevent or promote adhesion of proteins or cells.

 
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