Ing. Milan Klikar, Ph.D.
born 1988 in Turnov, Czech Republic
Location: HC-F05037, HC-F05042
Phone: +420 46 603 7161
Milan Klikar received his Master's degree in Organic chemistry from
the University of Pardubice in June 2013 defending diploma work entitled
"Barbituric acid as an acceptor moiety in push-pull chromophores".
From October 2013 he pursued studies in the BuReS group as Ph.D.
student. Since October 2014, Milan joined the Institute of Organic
Chemistry and Technology as scientific researcher. In autumn 2016, he
attended a three-month internship abroad at IUT in Lannion (France)
under the supervision of Sylvain Achelle. In November 2017 he defended
his Ph.D. work entitled "Malonic acid derivatives as acceptor parts of push-pull chromophores".
Milan’s main research interest involves synthesis and characterization
of new NLO as well as organic redox materials. He is in charge of
Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) and Cyclic Voltammetry (CV).
2007-2010, Bachelor studies at the University of Pardubice, Faculty of Chemical Technology
2010-2013, Master studies at the University of Pardubice, Faculty of Chemical Technology
2013-2017, PhD studies at the University of Pardubice, Faculty of Chemical Technology
2016, Intership at the IUT Lannion, University of Rennes 1, France
2018-present, Researcher, Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice
2014-2018, Researcher, Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice
Design, synthesis, and further investigation of push-pull chromophores with optical and electrochemical activity.
Design, synthesis, and electrochemical investigation of new organic redox systems for water-based redox flow batteries.
Thermal and electrochemical behavior of various organic substances.
Since 2013 author or co-author of 20 articles with 150 citations (self-citations excluded).
Thermal and electrochemical behavior of organic compounds.
Currently Supervised Students
4. Bc. Kateřina Štursová (2019, Bachelor work: "N,N-Diphenylaminothiophene as a donor unit utilized in the construction of push-pull chromophores applied in bioimaging".
3. Bc. Kamil Rak (2018, Bachelor work: "Lactams as redox species for redox flow batteries")
2. Bc. Hana Stehlíková (2018, Bachelor work: "DPP derivatives as dyes in solar cells").
1. Bc. Veronika Jelínková (2015, Bachelor work: "Conjugated Thiophene Derivatives Bearing Electron Donor and Carbonyl Groups").
See Publication List.
University profile including list of publications is available here.
Last updated 18. 10. 2019, © Filip Bureš