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Ivan Raich

Ivan Raich, PhD, assoc. prof.

Education:

1982-1986

M.S. studies: University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology

M.S. thesis: Partial acetylation and deacetylation of methyl α- and β‑D‑threofuranoside and methyl α- and β‑D‑erythrofuranoside

Supervisor: prof. Jiří Jarý

1986-1994

PhD studies: UCT Prague, FFBT

PhD: Methyl erythrosides with aziridine, oxirane and thiirane ring

Supervisor: prof. Jiří Jarý, assoc. prof. Jan Staněk

2012

Associate professor in Organic chemistry,  UCT Prague, FFBT

Practice:

1986-1988

PhD studies, UCT Prague, FFBT, Laboratory of monosaccharides

1988-1989

military service

1989-1993

PhD studies, UCT Prague, FFBT, Laboratory of monosaccharides, Department of Chemistry of Natural Compounds

1993-present

UCT Prague, Department of Chemistry of Natural Compounds

1993-1995

senior researcher

1995-2012

assistant professor

2012-present

associate professor

Teaching: 

 

Computer technology

 

Applied computer technology

 

Chemical informatics

 

Bioinformatics

 

Analytical and forensic databases

 

Molecular modeling

 

Laboratory practice in isolation and separation methods

Scientific interests: 

 

Stereochemistry and conformational analysis of mono- and disaccharides and other natural compounds

 

Molecular modeling and dynamics of bioorganic molecules

 

QM calculations of spectra and chiroptical properties

 

Solvation of biomolecules

 

Theoretical and experimental study of reaction mechanisms


Updated: 17.3.2015 17:16, Author: Stephanie Krueger


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