Detail projektu

Sunlight Active Mesoporous Black TiO2 Micro/Nanomotors

Období řešení: 01.10.2021 — 30.09.2023

O projektu

Photocatalytic Micro and nanomotors (MNMs) are artificial machines that convert light energy to propulsion and these lightpowered machines have garnered considerable attention due to their potential applications in environmental detection/remediation, biomedicine, and microengineering. Since these machines are light controlled, their direction and velocity of motion can be regulated by modulating the intensity and orientation of the light source and the selection of light source is determined according to the absorption spectrum of the MNMs. For real-life applications, it is necessary to harvest solar energy directly for the autonomous propulsion of such motors that will pave the way for a unique motor system with enhanced motor skills. TiO2 is one of the most efficient and most investigated photocatalysts and researches are going on to directly harvest solar energy without using any external light source.

Klíčová slova
Janus micro/nanomotors, sunlight active motors, self propulsion

Označení

101024880

Originální jazyk

angličtina

Řešitelé

Pumera Martin, prof. RNDr., Ph.D. - hlavní řešitel

Útvary

Energie budoucnosti a inovace
- příjemce (15.02.2021 - nezadáno)

Zdroje financování

Evropská unie - Horizon 2020

- plně financující (2021-04-21 - nezadáno)