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Functional Interfaces Research Group

The main activities of the Functional Interfaces Research Group are the study of different, particularly electrochemical processes occurring at solid-liquid interfaces, as well as the development of corresponding measurements and surface modification techniques. The scientific achievements reached on the area of electrochemical energy conversion and storage, directed metal dissolution processes, and the highly sensitive analytical methods are related to many aspects of materials science.  The results are utilized in the field of energy production and storage, environmental and medical developments.

Main research topics, applications:

-   Characterization of electrochemical double layer

-   Electrochemical energy storage

-   Molecular electronics

-   Electrocatalysis

-   Technological aspects of metal dissolution

-   Application of electroactive molecular thin layers in detection of biological interactions

-   Application of metal and inclusion complex nanostructures for analytical purposes

Group leader:
Keresztes, Zsófia, PhD  senior research fellow
Abohalkuma, Talah
PhD student
Bakos, István, PhD
senior research fellow
Csupor, Barbara
university student
Felhősi, Ilona, PhD
senior research fellow
Lengyel, Béla, PhD, DSc
voluntary science adviser
Marek, Tamás, PhD
senior research fellow
Mészáros, Gábor, PhD
senior research fellow
Nyikos, Lajos, PhD, DSc
emeritus science adviser
Orosz, Eszter
junior research fellow
Pajkossy, Tamás, PhD, DSc
science adviser
Pávai, Mária
research fellow
Románszki, Loránd, PhD
research fellow
Shaban, Ibdewi Abdul, PhD
senior research fellow
Szabó, Sándor, PhD, DSc
voluntary science adviser
Szabó, Tamás, PhD
research fellow
Tardi, Ilona
voluntary technician
Telegdi, Judit, DSc
emeritus science adviser
Tóthné Csaba, Ildikó