The Department of inorganic chemistry is composed of 26 teachers offering teaching in grades of geology, chemical engineering, mathematics and chemistry. As well as in degree courses to extinguish of geological engineering, chemical engineering and chemistry.
Teaching in PhD courses of the program of materials science with the mention of quality from the Ministry of education, is also provided also participating in the Masters of science of materials and nanoscience and nanotechnology.
The Department of inorganic chemistry consists of a staff of about 80 people, of which 45 are research fellows undertaking doctoral thesis.
The research takes place in the following research groups:
Adhesion and adhesives laboratory
Laboratory of advanced materials
Laboratory of Molecular nanotechnology
Carbonaceous materials and environment
Lines of research.
Materials for the production and storage of energy.
Coal material (adsorbents, structural).
Adhesion and adhesives (medicine, aeronautics, footwear).
Hybrid and heterogeneous catalysts.
Environment (removal of pollutants, purification).
Synthesis of pharmaceuticals, chemical green.
Materials made in inorganic chemistry.
Research in figures.
The Department of inorganic chemistry has been an average annual income exceeding one million euros in the last 10 years.
The research has generated more than 500 articles in the last 5 years, and more than 10 patents have been licensed by.
The articles have been published in the most prestigious journals, including Science and Nature. Some of them have deserved to be home in some magazines.
Experimental system for Pilot plant composite materials Test of engine Gas storage