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Department of Biophysical Chemistry

 Department of Theoretical Chemistry    Department of Spectroscopy    Department of Biophysical Chemistry     Department of Structure and Dynamics in Catalysis     Department of Electrochemical Materials    Department of Electrochemistry at the Nanoscale    Department of Chemistry of Ions in Gaseous Phase    Department of Dynamics of Molecules and Clusters    Department of Low-dimensional Systems    Department of Molecular Electrochemistry and Catalysis  

About the Department

Management

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Deputy Head



Members:
CEBECAUER Marek, Ph.D.
─îUJOV├ü Sab├şna, Mgr.
GHOSE Avisek
HEYDA Jan, RNDr., Ph.D.
HOF Martin, prof., Dr. rer. nat. DSc.
HOLUB Karel, RNDr., CSc.
JURKIEWICZ Piotr, Mgr. , Ph.D.
KAPUSTA Peter, Dr.
KRAL Tereza, Dr.
MAJOVSKÁ Darina, Mgr.
MARE─îEK Vladim├şr, prof. Ing., DrSc.
MELCROV├ü Ad├ęla, Mgr.
OLZYNSKA Agnieszka, Mgr., Ph. D.
POKORNÁ Šárka, Mgr., Ph. D.
RIEGEROVÁ Petra, Mgr.
ŠACHL Radek, RNDr., Ph.D.
SARMENTO Maria Jo├Ąo
SILVER Barry Richard
ŠTEFL Martin, Mgr., Ph.D.
S├ŁKORA Jan, Mgr., Ph. D.
TROJ├üNEK Anton├şn, RNDr., CSc.
VL─îEK Anton├şn, prof. RNDr., CSc.
ZÁLIŠ Stanislav, Ing., CSc.

PGS student(s):
CHUM Tomáš, Mgr.
GLATZOVÁ Daniela, Mgr.
JEŠKO Eduard, Mgr.
KOUKALOVÁ Alena, Mgr.
KV├Ź─îALOV├ü Zuzana, Mgr.
PI┼ŻL Martin, Bc.
┼áIROK├ü Katar├şna, Mgr.
SKÁLA Kristián, Mgr.
VINKLÁREK Ivo, Mgr.

 

Other student(s):
Bc. NOV├üKOV├ü Mark├ęta (2016- ; diploma study, Fac. of Sciences, Charles University Prague, supervisor: Dr. M.Cebecauer)
ŠLIVNJIAK Erna (2016- ; bachelor study, Fac. of Sciences, Charles University Prague, supervisor: Dr. M.Cebecauer)
SABÓ Ján (2016- ; bachelor study, Fac. of Sciences, Charles University Prague, supervisor: Dr. M.Cebecauer)


www: http://www.jh-inst.cas.cz/~fluorescence/

Research interests

Development of new fluorescence methods and their application in the research of structure, functionality and dynamics of biomembranes; single molecule spectroscopy in biological systems, dynamics characterization in model and biomembranes on the picosecond to millisecond time scale; characterisation of DNA condensation processes relevant to gene therapy; advanced in vivo fluorescence microscopy.

Elucidation of the function of biologically active molecules based on their electrochemical reactivity. The interim aims will be the elucidation of (i) creation and stability of monolayers on polarized interfaces and (ii) charge transfer reactions.

Biospectroscopy (presentation video, in Czech - download)

The research directions are:

  • Applications of the solvent relaxation technique in biomembrane and protein research;

  • development and applications of new variants of Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (z-scan FCS, Lifetimes FCS);

  • tryptophan fluorescence in protein sciences;

  • characterisation of Supported Lipid Bilayers (SLBÔÇÖs) by ellipsometry, Laser Scanning Microscopy (LSM), and FCS;.

  • function of antibacterial peptides; interaction with SLBÔÇÖs;

  • DNA condensation and FCS;

  • advanced in vivo imaging.


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