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1Welcome to the World of Modern Chemistry Welcome to the World of Modern Chemistry
2Vysoká škola chemicko techologická v Praze Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague (ICTP) Technicka 5, Prague 6, Czech RepublicPublic university providing education, research and development and aplication activities, in almost all fields of chemistryIn the Central Europe the largest university of its kindFaculty of Chemical TechnologyFaculty of Environmental TechnologyFaculty of Food and Biochemical TechnologyFaculty of Chemical Engineering4100 students300 foreign students860 PhD students414 academic staff
3History of ICTP1803 Emperor Francis II. founded Chemistry Department of the Prague Polytechnic, officially called the Royal Czech Polytechnical Institute1806 began courses in the departments of mathematics and chemistryChemistry Department provided instruction in general and practical chemistry with a focus on the major Czech industries, glass, iron and textile.1920 transformation into the School of Chemical Technology, one of the seven faculties of the Czech Technical University1952 independent Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague
4ICTP – Notable Alumni Professor Vlado Prelog (1906-1998) organic chemistawarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1975 as professor at the ETH Zürich (contribution to the stereochemistry of organic molecules and their reactions)Professor Otto Wichterle ( )macromolecular chemistthe inventor of soft hydro-gel contact lenses or polyamide thread Silon (Nylon)Prof. Josef Pašek (b. 1930)Awarded the Czech Head 2004 for the development of aniline production technology. License was sold to Japanese company Tosoh.
5ICTP current leading researchers in FP7 Awarded by Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of CR Prof. Dr. Ing. Jana Hajšlová Strengthening European´s excellent position in food safety issuesFaculty of Food and Biochemical TechnologyDepartment of Food Chemistry and AnalysisProf. Dr. Ing. Karel BouzekHydrogen based energy technologies for the futureFaculty of Chemical TechnologyDepartment of Inorganic Technologya competition for support of Czech intelligentsiaDoc. Dr. Ing. František Štěpánek, ERC funded project CHOBOTIXFaculty of Chemical Engineering Laboratory of chemical robotics (LCR)
8Faculty of Chemical Engineering Laboratory of chemical robotics (LCR)Frontier researchCHOBOTIX, GA , SP2 IDEAS, Starting grantChemical Processing by Swarm RoboticsFP7- IDEAS - ERC-2007-StGDuration 60 months since1644 kEURPI: Doc. Dr. Ing. František Štěpánek
9Faculty of Chemical Technology Department of Inorganic Technology Hydrogen based energy technologies, Fuel cellsWELTEMP, GA , CPWater electrolysis at elevated temperaturesFP7- ENERGY RTDDuration 36 months since3167 kEUR/ ICTP 334 kEURCoordinator: Danish Technical University8 partners from EU countriesICTP team leader: Prof. Karel Bouzek
10Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology Department of Food Chemistry and Analysis Food safety issuesCONffIDENCE, GA No , CPContaminants in Food and Feed, Inexpensive detection for control of exposureP7-KBBEDuration: 48 months since7545 k EUR/ ICTP 358 kEURCoordinator: Institute of Food Safety, Netherlands12 partners from EU countriesTeam Leader ICTP: Prof. Jana Hajšlová
11Faculty of Chemical Engineering Department of Chemical EngineeringMicro-scale bioreactorsQUORUM, C. No , STREP, FP NMP-TI-4Discovering Quorum Sensinng in industrially usefull Fungi Duration 36 months since2000 k EUR/ ICTP 180 kEURCoordinator: University of Naples, Italy8 partners from EU countriesTeam Leader ICTP: Prof. Pavel HasalUSING NATURE AS MODEL FOR NEW NANOTECHNOLOGY-BASED PROCESSESMiniaturized and micro-scale bioreactors are designed, fabricated and studied in order to get sophisticated tools for experimental studies on cell-to-cell signaling mechanisms. Understanding the intercellular communication may result to increased production rate or higher volumetric productivities of a wide number of therapeutic products, nutriceuticals and special chemicals. New bioreactor systems and knowledge gained using them will contribute to further development of both the red and the white biotech.
12Faculty of Chemical Technology Department of Organic Technology Development of highly selective tailor-made catalystsAnilin technologyResearch and development of highly selective tailor-made catalysts,Applied physical chemistry, transport phenomena in porous media,Materials chemistry - nanotechnologies in preparation of active and multifunctional organised structuresOrganic chemistry - fine chemicals for pharmaceuticals, food additives, agrochemicals, perfumes and flavours, etc.Environmental chemistry - wet oxidation processes, environmental photooxidation, waste water treatment, etc.,Green technologies - green catalysis,Chemical technology risk and safety assessment andCooperation with SME and industry in Czech Republic
13Faculty of Chemical Technology Department of Polymers Biodegradable polymers, preparation of nano fibresICTP member of Czech consortium CRNCPM, NoE core partnerNANOFUN-POLY, NMP3-CT , NoENanostructured and functional polymer based materials and nanocompositesDuration 48 months since6600 k EUR/ CRNCPM incl.ICTP 580 kEURCoordinator: INSTM, Firenze, Italy27 partners from EU and third countriesICTP partner of the Czech consortium CRNCPMBiodegradable copolyesters based od PET from disposed beverage bottlesPreparation of nanofibres sheets
14Faculty of Chemical Technology Department of Metals and Corrosion Engineering Laboratory of Corrosion engineeringMUSECORR, FP7-ENV , CPProtection of Cultural Heritage by Real-time Corrosion MonitoringDuration 36 months since 20091005 kEUR/ICTP 169 kEURCoordinator: Institut de la Corrosion, Brest, Francie7 partners from EU countriesTeam Leader ICTP: Ing.Milan Kouřil, Ph.D.CORRLOG, FP6, COOP-CT-2005Automated corrosion sensors as on-line real time process control toolsDuration 32 months sinceCoordinator: Institut de la Corrosion, Brest, Francie7 partners from EU countriesTeam Leader ICTP: Prof.Pavel Novák
15Faculty of Chemical Technology Department of Chemical Technology of Monument Conservation Protection of cultural heritageConservation oforganic materials like wood, paper, parchmentanorganic materials like stones, plasters, muralsSaving of historical buildingsSurvey of historical monumentsLaboratory forconservation and restauration of metallic objectsconservation and restauration of monumentsconservation and restauration of old textile
16Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology Department of Fermentation Chemistry and Bioengineering BREWERY at ICTP, beer LACHOUTRHEOLYSE, FP5, G1ST , CRAFT, Safeguarding EU Exports by the development of a Natural Gel Products With Health Enhancing Properties, 6 partners from EU countriesTeam Leader ICTP: doc.Ing. Pavel Dostálek, CSc.
17ICTP Central Laboratories http://www.vscht.cz/clab/english/english.htm NMR Laboratory: Bruker Avance III 600 Laboratory of InfraredSpectroscopy: FTIR spectrometer BRUKER IFSLaboratory of X-ray Diffractometry: difractometer GEIGERFLEX Rigaku DenkiLaboratory of Surface Analysis: ESCA (Electron Spectroscopy for Chemical Analysis) Omicron Nanotechnology Ltd. Laboratory of Mass SpectrometryMicromass Autospec Ultima with gas chromatograph HP 6890HPLC Waters 2695 Alliance, MS Q-Tof Micro MicromassLaboratory of Organic Elemental AnalysisLaboratory of Thermal AnalysisAAS Laboratorysoutředili jsme – we‘ve concentratedESCA Electron Spectroscopy for Chemical Analysis (very often quoted as XPS - X ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy) with dual or monochromatic primary source of X – rayUPS (Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy) for measurement of valence bandsSAM (Scanning Auger Microscopy), scanning focused source of electrons excites Auger electrons, analysis of these electrons enables to create map of present elementsSEM (Scanning Electron Microscopy), the same source of electrons connected with detector of secondary electrons works as SEM and it is possible to image the same place as analyzed by SAMLEED (Low Energy Electron Diffraction) for analysis of monocrystals. This is used mainly to check the surface cleanliness and order.17
18ICTP Central Library http://knihovna.vscht.cz/intro_eng.html More than volumes of booksChemical Abstracts Service SciFinder Scholar®Electronic access to more than 2000 scientific and technical journals in PDF formatBeilsteins Handbuch der Organischen Chemie, Gmelins Handbuch der Anorganischen Chemie (> 500 volumes, electronically since 1995 and 1999, resp.)Right of access to several hundreds of electronic databases by way of STN International (USA, Germany)ICTP Publishing HousePublishing a number of scientific books and other publications in Czech and EnglishWe developSupport of electronic educationMultimedia publicationsPrinting on demand
19ICTP Mineralogical collections With the inventory numbers belong the mineralogical collections to the largest and best organized university collections. They are internationally registered in a list of world-known collections in Europe.They were created by professor F. X. M. Zippe in the year 1835, enlarged by professor Jan Krejci, whose detailed catalogue of minerals issued in the year 1899 has been preserved till the present days. Professor Augustin Ondrej shaped the collections in such form which would well serve also to the next generation as a basis of science and pedagogic work.
20Institute of Chemical Technology Prague, Important contactsInstitute of Chemical Technology Prague (ICTP) Vysoká škola chemicko-technologická v Praze (VŠCHT) Technicka 5, Prague 6, Czech RepublicBasic information on research and development activitiesVice-Rector for Research and DevelopmentParticipation of ICTP research teams in FP7, FP6, FP5 projectsWelcome toInstitute of Chemical Technology Prague,Czech Republic !