Filip Bureš

born 14.3.1979 in Poprad, Slovakia


Summary
Filip Bureš finished his master and doctoral studies in organic chemistry at the University of Pardubice in 2002 and 2005. In 2003 and 2005, he pursued short intership in Hungary and Slovakia and 3-months intership at the LMU (Germany) and 14-months postdocotral fellowship at ETH Zűrich (switzerland) under guidance of Prof. P. Knochel and Prof. F. Diederich. After his return to Pardubice he was habilitated in 2010 and works as associate professor. His current scientific interest includes advanced organic materials for optoelectronics and optically active organic compounds for asymmetric catalysis.
Education
1997-2002
2001    
2002           
2003-2005 
2003            
2005-2006 

Work Experience
2003-2005 
2005-2010 
2010-present

Scientific Activities
Since 2004 author or co-author of more than 90 articles with 812 citations (self-citations excluded). H-index 20.

Teaching activities
Organic chemistry.
Organometallic chemistry.
Physical-organic chemistry.

Other Activities
Member of the Czech Chemical Society.
Vice-chairman and Chairman within the structure of the Student's Professional Activities.

Awards
Alfred Bader Prize in Organic Chemistry 2012.
Thieme Chemistry Award 2012.

CURRICULUM VITAE
Master studies at the University of Pardubice
Short intership at the University of Szeged
Short intership at the Comenius University
PhD studies at the University of Pardubice
Intership at the LMU, Munich
Postdoctoral studies at ETH Zürich


Assistant, Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice
Assistant Prof., Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice
Associate Prof., Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice
Photo by the University Conference Center
 
Last updated 28. 7. 2017, © Filip Bureš