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Vabljeni predavatelji

Plenarni predavatelji

Prof. dr. Robert Dominko

(Kemijski inštitut, Slovenija)

Robert Dominko je znanstveni svetnik na Kemijskem inštitutu in izredni profesor na Fakulteti za kemijo in kemijsko tehnologijo Univerze v Ljubljani. Njegovo raziskovalno področje se prepleta s področji znanosti o materialih in elektrokemije, s poudarkom na razvoju materialov in sistemov za sodobne akumulatorje. Koordiniral je dva evropska projekta na temo razvoja Li-S akumulatorjev, in ima tesno sodelovanje z industrijo v Evropi in tudi širše. Njegov trenutni raziskovalni interes so multivalentne baterije. Objavil je več kot 130 recenziranih člankov (H indeks 49). Je namestnik direktorja Alistore ERI (http://alistore.eu/), član konzorcija baterijske iniciative Battery 2030+ in član Slovenske inženirske akademije.


Prof. dr. Judith A. K. Howard, CBE, FRS

(Velika Britanija)

Judith carried out her DPhil at Oxford working with Dorothy Hodgkin, OM.  Her research in the area of neutron diffraction meant that she worked also at the Atomic Energy Research Establishment (AERE) where she built a novel device for collecting low temperature, single crystal, neutron diffraction data.  After a post-doctoral period at Bristol University, Judith became an independent staff member and from there, she became the Foundation Chair in structural chemistry at Durham University (1991) and established one of the world’s leading laboratories for low and variable temperature structural chemistry. Her work has been recognised by one of the UK’s highest civil honours, ‘Commander of the British Empire’ (CBE, 1996), Fellow of the Royal Society, FRS (2002) and Honorary Doctorate degrees (OU 1998, Bristol 2004, Bath 2005, UEA 2016). She served on the Royal Society Council (VP 2004-5) as well as chairing/serving on many other national and international scientific and educational committees, expert panels and working groups.  She co-founded the BCA Crystallography biennial teaching schools (1987- ).  She is currently a Trustee for the Ramsay Memorial Fellowships and as a non-executive Director for CPI. She is a founding Director and Chairman of OlexSys Ltd.


Dr. Peter Gölitz


Peter Goelitz was born in 1952 and studied chemistry at the University of Göttingen, Germany where he received his PhD (advisor A. de Meijere) in 1978. After postdoctoral work at IBM in San Jose, California and the University of Hamburg he started to work as an Editor in 1980 for the journal Angewandte Chemie owned by the German Chemical Society. From 1982 until 2017 he was the Editor-in-Chief of that journal, and he was the founding Editor of not less than nine other journals including Advanced Materials, Chemistry—A European Journal, Chemistry—An Asian Journal, and Small. Peter Goelitz was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Basel, Switzerland and the Honorary Membership of the German Chemical Society. He has been an elected member of the Academia Europaea since 2010, and he serves on several consulting boards.


Vabljeni (keynote) predavatelji

prof. dr. Marija Bešter Rogač, FKKT UL

Marija Bešter-Rogač  is a Professor of Physical Chemistry at University of Ljubljana, Faculty for Chemistry and Chemical Technology, where she received her Ph.D.  in 1988. Since her postdoctoral stay in 1994/95   as a fellow of Alexander von Humboldt Foundation at University of Regensburg, at Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry (Germany) with Professor Josef Barthel, she has been active in the broad field of electrolyte solutions and has been involved in strong international collaborations. As author/co-author she published around 120 papers in peer-review journals, some book chapters and carried out invited lectures at scientific conferences and universities abroad. She has been taking part in many international (COST) and bilateral projects. Most of her recent work is devoted to ionic liquids as possible functional materials and model systems for investigation of interactions in solutions.

prof. dr. Sandra Gardonio, UNG

Sandra Gardonio is associate professor in material science at the University of Nova Gorica (UNG) and member of the Materials Research Laboratory (MRL). She is a director of the postgraduate study program Physics at UNG. She graduated in Physics from the University of Padova (IT) in 1999 and earned her Ph.D. degree in Material Science from the Sapienza University of Rome (IT) in 2003. After her post-doctoral at CNR-Istituto di Struttura della Materia (IT), she was a beamline scientist at the Elettra Synchrotron Light Laboratory (IT) and then joined UNG-MRL in 2010. The scientific background of Sandra Gardonio is on surface and nano science. She studied electronic, magnetic and chemical properties of diverse nanostructured materials (i.e. thin films, nanowires, small clusters, diluted atoms on surfaces of metals, semiconductors, transition metal, rare earth, organic molecules etc.) by means of synchrotron radiation based techniques. Her work from this field of research has resulted in more than 35 scientific publications in international peer reviewed high impact factor journals (e.g. Phys. Rev. Lett., Adv. Func. Mat., J. Am. Chem. Soc.).

prof. dr. Darko Goričanec, FKKT UM

doc. dr. Anton Kokalj, IJS

Dr. Anton Kokalj is employed at the Department of Physical and Organic Chemistry, Jožef Stefan Institute (since 1996). He received a PhD in 2000 at the Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, University of Ljubljana. He has been a post-doctoral fellow at International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) and external researcher at DEMOCRITOS National Simulation Center in Trieste. Dr. Kokalj published about 90 scientific papers and presented over 100 conference contributions. His publications are cited over 14.000 times. In 2003 he received “The Jozef Stefan Golden Emblem Prize Award” and in 2012 the “Pregl Award”. In 2017 he was awarded  theZois Certificate of Recognition”. Dr. Kokalj is active in the field of computational chemistry and materials science. His expertise include modeling the physico-chemical processes at surfaces that are relevant for heterogeneous catalysis and corrosion. His primary research field is related to DFT (Density-Functional-Theory) electronic structure calculations of extended systems (surfaces and bulk materials). He is also active in the field of scientific programming; he has developed from scratch the XCrySDen package (http://www.xcrysden.org/) and is also a member of developers team of Quantum-ESPRESSO package.

prof. dr. Janez Košmrlj, FKKT UL

Janez Košmrlj je na Fakulteti za kemijo in kemijsko tehnologijo Univerze v Ljubljani (FKKT UL) diplomiral leta 1993 in doktoriral leta 1999. V obdobju med 2000–2002 je kot podoktorski študent in raziskovalec gostoval najprej na Univerzi v Antwerpnu in nato v Eli Lilly and Company – CPRD v Indianapolisu. Na FKKT UL je od leta 2011 redni profesor za področje organske kemije. V obdobju 2003-2005 je bil glavni in odgovorni urednik revije Acta Chimica Slovenica. Je vodja programske skupine Organska kemija; Sinteza, struktura in aplikacija ter Enote za analizo organskih molekul Infrastrukturnega centra FKKT UL. Njegovo raziskovalno delo je interdisciplinarno in je prepleteno med področjema organske in anorganske kemije. Usmerjeno je v ekološko sprejemljivo in učinkovito sintezo biološko pomembnih molekul in zdravilnih učinkovin s poudarkom na uporabi katalize, predvsem organokovinske katalize. Za svoje delo je prejel Nagrado Maksa Samca za popularizacijo študijev na FKKT UL, izbran je bil za učitelja leta, za inovativnost v razvoju novih trajnostnih katalitskih sistemov za sinteze zdravilnih učinkovin pa je leta 2018 prejel Zoisovo priznanje.

dr. Silvia Marchesan, Univerza v Trstu, Italija

PhD in chemistry at The University of Edinburgh (2008). She was Academy of Finland postdoc fellow at the University of Helsinki (2008-2010), and joint fellow (2010-2012) between Monash University and CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency. In 2013 she went to work with Prof. Prato at the Center of Excellence for Nanostructured Materials at the University of Trieste (Italy). In 2015 she became assistant professor and set-up her own lab thanks to the national starting grant SIR. In 2018 she was promoted to associate professor, and she was listed by Nature Index amongst the top-ten Rising Stars in the natural sciences. In 2019 she was selected by Nature Chemistry amongst the scientific profiles to describe the future of chemistry for the 10th anniversary special issue. Her research focusses on nanotechnology for functional materials, especially in aqueous environments (www.marchesanlab.com). Her two main research areas regard 1) carbon nanostructures, and 2) supramolecular systems based on peptides.


Uvodni predavatelj

zasl. prof. dr. Peter Glavič, FKKT UM

Zasl. prof. dr. Peter Glavič, univ. dipl. inž. kem. tehnol., univ. dipl. ekon. je doktoriral na Institutu Jožef Stefan s sintezo hidrazinijevega(+) fluorida. Delal je 8 let v industriji (Paloma, Tovarna dušika Ruše) in 30 let kot profesor na Univerzi v Mariboru. Ustanovil je Laboratorij za procesno sistemsko tehniko in trajnostni razvoj, ki se je uveljavil v evropskem in svetovnem merilu. Kot prodekan je prenovil študijski program na fakulteti. Kot prorektor je uvajal metodologijo in postavil temelje znanstvenemu delu v Mariboru. Je ustanovitelj strokovnih posvetovanj kemikov in kemijskih inženirjev – Slovenski kemijski dnevi. Bil je tajnik sekcije za kemijsko in procesno tehnologijo Slovenskega kemijskega društva, predsednik Inženirske akademije Slovenije, član ustavodajne Skupščine Republike Slovenije in prvega sklica Državnega sveta. Za svoje delo je prejel Red dela s srebrnim vencem, zlato plaketo Univerze v Mariboru,  Nagrado Republike Slovenije za življenjsko delo v visokem šolstvu in priznanje Evropske zveze za kemijsko tehniko za dosežke v računalniško podprti procesni tehniki.


»ACS on Campus« predavatelja

Prof. dr. Pavel Jungwirth

Prof. Pavel Jungwirth received his M.Sc. in Physics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, 1989. He then received his Ph.D. at J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic, 1993 under his thesis advisor: Prof. R. Zahradník. His research interests are molecular simulations of ions at biological aqueous interfaces, including interactions of ions with proteins and membranes. Hofmeister ion effects in protein salting out/salting in, denaturation, and enzymatic activity. Modelling direct and indirect DNA damage and structure and dynamics of solvated electrons. Effects of oxidation in cellular membranes. Role of ions in biological transport and signalling. He is an Associate Editor of The Journal of Physical Chemistry.


Prof. dr. Klaus Mullen

Klaus Müllen was director at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research. He now holds an emeritus position for continuation of his research there and is fellow of the Gutenberg Research College of Mainz University. His broad research interests range from new polymer-forming reactions, to the chemistry and physics of single molecules as well as graphenes, dendrimers and biosynthetic hybrids. From 2008-2009 he served as president of the German Chemical Society (GDCh). In 2013-2014 he was president of the German Association for the Advancement of Science and Medicine. He is member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, North-Rhine-Westphalian Academy for Sciences and Art, National Academy Leopoldina, European Academy of Sciences (EURASC), Braunschweigische Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft, Academia Europaea and acatech – National Academy of Science and Engineering. In 2010 he received an Advanced ERC Grant for his work on nanographenes. He is an Associate Editor of the Journal of the American Chemical Society.