About the Institute
The Institute is a centre of fundamental research in physical chemistry, electrochemistry and chemical physics. The research work is characterized by many cross-links both within the Institute and also with other institutions in Europe, the U.S.A., Japan and other parts of the world. Much of the scientific work is concerned with fundamental research, but several groups, in particular in catalysis and electrochemistry, are also making contributions in more applied aspects. Besides the research activities the Institute is strongly involved in training of both undergraduate and graduate students, supervising their diploma and Ph.D. theses, and in teaching at universities.
In the Institute work at present about 165 full-time employees and approximately 45 graduate students. Roughly 70 per cent of the personnel are engaged in research, the remaining staff provides technical and administrative services.
Members of the Institute publish each year approximately 250 research papers, for the most part in impacted international journals (in 2014: 191 articles in journals with an average impact factor of 4,20), several books or chapters in monographs, and a number of communications in proceedings of scientific meetings.
Presentation of the JHI (short key-signature; in Czech) - download.
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IMPORTANT PUBLICATIONS RELEASED IN
JANUARY 2016 -
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2016, 226, 299
OUR RESULTS IN MEDIA - ČRo Dvojka, ČRo Plus, Studio ČT 24, Deník, Ak. Bulletin, VESMÍR,TV stream,TV13,...
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|Scientific Meetings |
| School on Layered Materials|
Seminar of Students 2016
10-11 May 2016
36th International Conference on Modern Electrochemical Methods
23 - 27 May 2016
49th Heyrovský Discussion- Electrochemical Interfaces at the Nanoscale
29 May - 2 June 2016
17th School of Mass Spectrometry