Czech Committee for Chemistry - IUPAC  

The Czech Committee for Chemistry was established by the Academy of Sceinces of the Czech Republic through the decision of the Academy Council of AS CR on 20 April 1993 as the National Adhering Organization to the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC ICSU member) to represent the Czech Republic in IUPAC.

The Committee works in following composition:

chairman: Prof. Dr. Jiří Vohlídal, CSc. (Charles University, Praha)
vice-chairman: Doc. Ing. Jan Čermák, CSc. (ÚCHP AV ČR, Praha)
secretary: Doc. RNDr. Miroslava Trchová, DSc. (ÚMCH AV ČR Praha)
members: Prof. Ing. Jiří Čejka, Dr.Sc. (ÚFCH AV ČR, Praha)
  Prof. Ing. Jan John, CSc. (FJFI ČVUT, Praha)
  Prof. Ing. Miroslav Ludwig, CSc. (Univerzita Pardubice)
  Prof. Dr. RNDr. Pavel Matějka, CSc. (VŠCHT, Praha)
  Ing. Jan Merna, Ph.D. (VŠCHT, Praha)
  Ing. Miloslav Nič, Ph.D. (TECHEM CZ, s.r.o., Praha)
honorary member: Dr. Jaroslav Stejskal, CSc. (ÚMCH AV ČR Praha)

 

Contact:

 

Prof. Dr. Jiří Vohlídal, CSc.
Chairman of the Czech Committee for IUPAC
Charles University in Prague
Faculty of Sciences
Department of Physical and Macromolecular Chemistry
Hlavova 8
CZ-128 40 Praha 2
Czech Republic
Tel.: +420 221 951 310
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