Different types of porous materials produced by precursor directed synthesis.
- Synthesis and structure elucidation of molecular precursors
- Precursor directed synthesis of porous materials
- Tailoring functional hybrid adsorbents for water remediation and hydrometallurgy
- Application of porous oxides as alkali ion battery materials
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Scheme for the functionalization of titania based adsorbents for REE uptake.
Dr Seisenbaeva is involved in the EU projects EuRARE and Bac-coat, Swedish Research Council project “Molecular Precursors and Molecular Models of Nanomaterials”, Swedish Research Council Formas project “Nanotechnology as Innovative Tool against Insect Pests”. In addition, she teaches at the courses in General Chemistry for undergraduate students, and also PhD courses in Electron Microscopy, FTIR spectroscopy and Thermal Analysis for the Organism Biology Research School.
Lecturer and course responsible for General Chemistry part in the courses Fundamentals of Chemistry 1 and 2, Chemistry block in Animal Biology course, teacher in the courses Environmental Geochemistry, General Chemistry and Chemical Energy Sources for engineers, Bionanotechnology course for PhD students etc.
Synthesis and structure elucidation of molecular precursors
Precursor directed synthesis of porous materials
Tailoring functional hybrid adsorbents for water remediation and hydrometallurgy
Application of porous oxides as alkali ion battery materials
PhD: Pavel Shcheglov, PhD 2002 (co-supervisor); Gerald Spijksma, PhD 2006 (co-supervisor); Kai Wilkinson, PhD 2013 (co-supervisor); Martin Palmqvist, PhD 2017 (co-supervisor); Olesya Nikonova, PhD 2011 (main supervisor); Elizabeth Polido Legaria, PhD 2018 (main supervisor), Troy Breijaert, PhD, at present (main supervisor)
Post-docs: Seda Demirel Topel 2013-2014; Inna Melnyk 2013; Roman Pogorilyi, 2013-2016, Oksana Dudarko, 2015; Hiroaki Uchiyama 2014-2015; Michail Samouhos 2015-2016; Fredrik Heyman 2015-2017, Ievgen Pylypchuk, 2017 -2019, Ani Vardanyan -2019- at present.