Ing. David Miklík
Ph.D. student

born 1989 in Kyjov, Czech Republic
Location: HC-F05042
Phone: +420 46 603 7751


David Miklík has received Master´s degree in Organic Chemistry (2015) from the Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice under guidance of F. Bureš. His diploma work focused on pyridine as acceptor moieties in push-pull derivatives. Starting in October 2015, he continues further in the BUReS group as doctoral student. His dissertation focuses on the synthesis and characterization of novel organic  chromophores based on 6-membered heterocycles.

An ICGS fellowship from the NIMS, Japan has been awarded to D. Miklík. From January 2016, David's doctoral studies will be co-supervised by Dr. Jonathan P. Hill.

Since 2017, David develops his career at Synthon and continues doctoral studies in the BUReS group. 


Chromophores Bearing Six-Membered Heterocyclic Units

Design, synthesis and properties of chromophores containing six-membered heterocyclic units embedded in the p-backbone.


1. Melánová K., Kovář P., Gamba M., Pospíšil M., Beneš L., Zima V., Svoboda J., Miklík D., Bureš F., Knotek P. Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2017, 115-123. (Structural Arrangement of 4-[4-(Dimethylamino)phenylazo]-pyridine Push-Pull Molecules in Acidic Layered Hosts Solved by Experimental and Calculation Methods) full text
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