seminars

Seminars

of the department of physical and macromolecular chemistry

Departmental Seminars

We would like to invite everyone to our Department's Seminars that take place on Wednesdays in building of Chemical departments (Hlavova 8, Praha 2) at 2 p.m. in lecture room CH3.

Lectures of external guests are scheduled for 30-45min+discussion. Lectures of students are scheduled for 10-15min + discussion.

1st year Master Students presentations

1st year Master Students will present short (10 min) presentations on their ideas and preliminary results of their theses

  • Rakhimbekova Anastasia
  • Šulc Josef
  • Zhukouskaya Hanna
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1st year Master Students presentations

1st year Master Students will present short (10 min) presentations on their ideas and preliminary results of their theses

  • Koupilová Nikola
  • Kožíšek Jan
  • Kryštůfek Robin
  • more

PhD student presentations

1st year internal PhD students will present their research activity

  1. Karolína Honzejková. Structural characterization of protein complexes involved in apoptosis.
  2. Zuzana Kadlecová. Study of retention and separation mechanism in mixed-mode chromatography; application for protein digestion products separation.
  3. Sarra Abdi. ADORable zeolites: addressing structure-activity relationships for porous heterogeneous acid catalysts.
  4. Ang Li. Rational synthesis of zeolitic materials and advanced microscopy characterization.
  5. Ondřej Veselý. Synthesis of novel zeolite materials using the ADOR method.
  6. David Šorm. Hyper-Cross-Linked Organometallic Porous Polymers.
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Magnetic properties of MOFs, Zeolites and MXenes

Federico Brivio graduate in Material Science at the Universita’ di Milano Bicocca. After a brief experience as a teacher, he completed his PhD at the University of Bath (UK) with prof. Aron Walsh. Hi spent one year at
the University of Cambridge before joining the research group of Prof. Petr Nachtigall in Charles University.

His research revolves around different applications of the Density Functional Theory and, more in general, computational methods to calculate materials properties ab-initio. He worked on both molecular and crystalline systems, joining his expertises in the approach of complex systems such as hybrid perovskites and zeolites.

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