The Department is announcing topics of Bachelor's Degree Theses for the academic year 2022/23 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.
- doc. Ing. Marián Janek, PhD.: Photoluminescent materials based on layered aluminosilicates modified by rare earth elements.
- Mgr. Táňa Sebechlebská, PhD.: Spectroelectrochemistry with 3D printed components.
- Mgr. Dávid Vrška: Calculations of excited electronic states of aurosubstituted hydrocarbons using time-dependent density functional theory.
- prof. RNDr. Ivan Černušák, DrSc.: Calculations of interactions and reactivity of pesticides in the atmosphere.
- prof. RNDr. Juraj Bujdák, DrSc.: Fluorescence quantum yield. Fundamentals and methods.
- doc. RNDr. Ivan Valent, CSc.: Effect of copper ions on anti- and pro-oxidant properties of biogenic thiols.
- doc. Mgr. Michal Pitoňák, PhD., prof. RNDr. Miroslav Urban, DrSc.: Gold and Silver nanoclusters, properties and applications in chemistry, nanotechnology and medicine.
- doc. Ing. Tomáš Bučko, PhD.: Computer simulations of heterogenous catalysis.
- RNDr. Monika Jerigová, PhD.: Chemical characterization of materials for space technology by using mass spectrometry.
- prof. Ing. Dušan Velič, DrSc.: Perspective 2D materials with Fe nanoparticles - microscopy and mass spectrometry.
- RNDr. Lukáš Félix Pašteka, PhD.: Optimization of chiral metal-ligand complex structures
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)