Biomaterials, Hybrids and Mesoporous Materials Group
BHMM group was established in 2001 and currently gathers more than 15 researchers, including post-graduate students. It aims at a variety of topics in inorganic porous and hybrids solids, ceramics and glasses and nanomaterials, either in pure or in composite form. Advance applications, such as, biomaterials, carbon nanotubes, graphene, nanocomposites, and traditional ones, such as clay materials, vitrification and ceramization processing of industrially produced ceramics, water cleaning processing with the aid of hybrid nano-ceramic etc., are both included in the activities of BHMM group. High-importance objectives of the group, are the design and the development of new functional materials, including synthesis and processing optimization and characterization up to commercialization level.