Faculty of Natural
Sciences
Comenius University in Bratislava

Bachelor's Degree

Topics of Bachelor's Degree Theses 2020/21

The Department is announcing topics of Bachelor's Degree Theses for the academic year 2020/21 for the upcoming 3rd year students with work focus on physical chemistry or on theoretical and computer chemistry, or for the upcoming 2nd year students, who would like to get involved in research in advance. The list is still updated and may not be complete! In case of interest in further information, please do not hesiate to contact the supervisors of the topics.

  • Prof. Černušák: Interactions of H2S with molecules in atmosphere.
  • Prof. Urban: Nonclusters of gold and silver, their properties and use in chemistry, nanotechnology and medicine.
  • Assoc. Prof. Janek: Preparation of thin layers of high-temperature phases of silicates with photoluminiscent properties.
  • Assoc. Prof. Pitoňák: Development and application of approximate quantum-chemical methods on noncovalent interactions.
  • Assoc. Prof. Valent: Free radicals and antioxidants in biological systems - reaction kinetics and mechanisms.
  • Dr. Pašteka: Chemistry of super-heavy elements.
  • Dr. Pašteka: Searching for exotic physics through molecules.
  • Dr. Pašteka: Biohomochirality and differences between enantiomers.
  • Dr. Sebechlebská: Uses of 3D printing in electrochemistry.
  • Dr. Szabo: Fractals in Chemistry.
  • Dr. Szabo: Lambert-Beer law and its limitations.
  • Dr. Szabo: Kinetics of negative activation energies.
  • Dr. Szabo: Electron bifurcation in living metabolism and in exotic redox reactions.

Graduates of Bachelor's Degree Programmes 2018

22. 6. 2018: This year, five students defended successfully their Bachelor's Theses at the Department of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry. We congratulate them all, and in September we are looking forward to seeing everyone in our Master's Degree Programmes.

Lívia Rechtoríková: Periodic phenomena in chemical systems (Supervisor: Dr. Szabó)

Monika Gešvandtnerová: Computer simulations of important catalytic reactions (Supervisor: doc. Bučko)

Dávid Vrška: Influence of relativistic effects on atomic and molecular properties (Supervisor: prof. Kellö)

Tatiana Vojteková: Infrared Spectroscopy of Composite Materials based on poly-vinyl chloride and lignin (Supervisor: doc. Velič)

Katarína Rišková: Properties of molecules in excited electronic states (Supervisor: prof. Kellö)

Topics of Bachelor's Degree Theses 2018/2019

The Department is announcing topics of Bachelor's Degree Theses for the academic year 2018/2019! The full definitions of the topics and submission to these topics will be available in the information system AIS. The list is still updated and may not be complete! In case of interest in further information, please do not hesiate to contact the supervisors of the topics.

  • Assoc. Prof. Bujdák: Principles and use of fluorescence anisotropy.
  • Prof. Černušák: Interactions of H2S with atmospherically relevant molecules.
  • Dr. Jerigová: Secondary ion mass spectrometry of meteorites and micrometeorites.
  • Dr. Lorenc: Terahertz spectroscopy of promising photonic materials.
  • Dr. Pašteka: Prediction of properties of superheavy elements and their compounds.
  • Dr. Pašteka: Search for changes in the values of fundamental constants.
  • Dr. Pašteka: Simulations of reactions of molecules with rapidly variable structure.
  • Dr. Szabo: Fractals in chemistry.
  • Dr. Szabo: Ability of self-replication in small molecules.
  • Assoc. Prof. Valent: Antioxidant and pro-oxidant properties of biologically active Cu-complexes. Electrochemistry and kinetics.
  • Assoc. Prof. Velič: Structure of lignin by using secondary ion mass spectrometry.
  • Prof. Urban: Nanoclusters of gold, "gold" hydrocarbons, "gold" polymers.

Topics of Bachelor's Degree Theses 2017/2018

The Department is announcing topics of Bachelor's Degree Theses for the academic year 2017/2018! The full definitions of the topics and submission to these topics will be available in the information system AIS. The list is still updated and may not be complete! In case of interest in further information, please do not hesiate to contact the supervisors of the topics.

  • Prof. Černušák: Intermolecular interactions - environmental aspects.
  • Prof. Urban: Computer simulations and properties of bio- and nanostructures.
  • Prof. Kellö: Role of relativistic effects on atomic and molecular properties.
  • Prof. Kellö: Properties of molecules in electronic excited states.
  • Assoc. Prof. Pitoňák: Accurate quantum-chemical investigation of noncovalent complexes.
  • Assoc. Prof. Bučko: Adsorption of dangerous iodine compounds in porous materials.
  • Assoc. Prof. Bučko: Computer simulations of important catalytic reactions.
  • Assoc. Prof. Bučko: Calculcations of physical properties of technologically interesting solids.
  • Assoc. Prof. Velič: Forensic analysis by mass spectrometry of secondary ions.
  • Assoc. Prof. Velič: Scanning miscroscopy of nanostructures and biological systems.
  • Assoc. Prof. Velič: UV/VIS/Fluoro/IR spectroscopy of photovoltaic cells.
  • Assoc. Prof. Valent: Reactions of free radicals with cysteine-derived drugs.
  • Assoc. Prof. Valent: Examination of uncatalyzed bromate oscillators with organic substrates.
  • Assoc. Prof. Valent: Development of electrochemical nanosenors.
  • Assoc. Prof. Bujdák: Principles and use of fluorescence anisotropy.
  • Assoc. Prof. Janek: Application of THz spectroscopy for characterisation of modified natural nanoparticles based on montmorillonite.
  • Assoc. Prof. Janek: Utilisation of THz spectroscopy for characterisation of gaseous, liquid and solid phases.
  • Dr. Szabo: Kinetics of classic autocatalytic reactions.
  • Dr. Szabo: Periodic phenomena in chemical systems.

Topics of Bachelor's Degree Theses 2016/2017

The following topics were called in the academic year 2016/17. For some topics, students were accepted with expected defense in June 2017. Some topics will be available in the following year. For the current list of topics called for the following academic year, please, scroll up.

  • Prof. Černušák: Intermolecular interactions - environmental aspects.
  • Prof. Urban: Computer simulations and properties of bio- and nanostructures.
  • Prof. Kellö: Role of relativistic effects on atomic and molecular properties.
  • Prof. Kellö: Properties of molecules in electronic excited states.
  • Assoc. Prof. Pitoňák: Accurate quantum-chemical investigation of noncovalent complexes.
  • Assoc. Prof. Valent: Reactions of free radicals with cysteine-derived drugs.
  • Assoc. Prof. Bujdák: Kinetics of methylene blue redox reaction.
  • Assoc. Prof. Janek: Application of THz spectroscopy for characterisation of modified natural nanoparticles based on montmorillonite.
  • Assoc. Prof. Janek: Utilisation of THz spectroscopy for characterisation of gaseous, liquid and solid phases.
  • Dr. Szabo: Kinetics of classic autocatalytic reactions.
  • Dr. Szabo: Periodic phenomena in chemical systems.
  • Dr. Szabo: From self-organisation in chemical oscillators to functions of living organisms.