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RNDr. Andrea Morovská Turoňová, PhD.



+421 55 234 2328


Electrode processes and technology, Advanced practical from physical chemistry, Macromolecular chemistry, Corrosion and surface protection, Nuclear Chemistry

After finishing her studies at the Faculty of Sciences on UPJŠ in 1997, she has been employed at the Department of Physical and Analytical Chemistry as a researcher and since 2002 as a university lecturer. She obtained her Ph.D. degree in 2003 in Physical chemistry. She is focused on research activities in the field of physical chemistry, electrochemistry and material chemistry at the Department of Physical Chemistry. Initial research interests regarded the electrolytic deposition of one-component and two-component metal coatings on solid and powder substrates, as well as the electrolytic deposition of multilayer coatings on solid electrodes. Recently, she is studying the corrosion properties of biodegradable materials suitable for medical applications. She also deals with pedagogical activities, leads lectures and practical exercises, she provides leadership of the final theses, her profiling subjects are Physical Chemistry, Macromolecular Chemistry, Nuclear Chemistry, Electrode Processes, Corrosion and Surface Protection. She is the author and co-author of 18 peer reviewed publications registered in Scopus and Web of Science, and many contributions to national and international scientific events, for which 177 citations are registered in the Web of Knowledge and Scopus databases. She is also the author of teaching texts, co-researcher of grant projects (VEGA, APVV) and a member of the organizing committee of conferences.