Univ.-Prof. RNDr. Svatopluk CIVIŠ, CSc.2018-11-20T15:13:19+00:00

Project Description

University Professor RNDr. Svatopluk CIVIŠ, CSc.
Honour President 2018

Born 14th of May 1955, Education and qualification degrees: Prof., RNDr., CSc.
1986 – Charles University, Prague Czech Republic: Doctor of Natural Sciences (RNDr.); Candidade of Sciences (CSc.)
2012 – Professor in Applied physics, Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering.
Positions: 1980-1985: Faculty of Natural Sciences, Charles University, Prague – teaching assistant;
1989-1990: J. Liebig University Giessen, Germany, “Humboldtianer”, Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship; 1990-1991: J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry – research worker;
1991-1992: Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics, NRC of Canada in Ottawa – research associate fellowship;
1993-2005: J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry – researcher,
2005- J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry – Head of Department of Spectroscopy.
Research Interests: Infrared diode laser and microwave spectroscopy of molecular ions and short-lived species. Environmental laser chemistry. Fourier transform spectroscopy.
Invitation abroad: C.N.R., Instituto di Spettroscopia Molecolare and Universita di Bologna, Dipartimento di Chimica G. Ciamician, Bologna, Italy, as visiting professor, Microwave spectroscopy of protonated formaldehyde and its isotopomers, (1994 – 3 months; 1995 – 2months);
C.N.R. at Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, centre d´Etudes et de Recherches Lasers et Applications, Laboratoire de Spectroscopie Hertzienne, Lille, France, visiting professor, Microwave spectroscopy of negative ions, (1995 – 5 months);
Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, centre d´Etudes et de Recherches Lasers et Applications, Laboratoire de Spectroscopie Hertzienne, Lille, France,
Visiting professor, Microwave spectroscopy of negative ions, (1996 – 3 months; 1997 – 2 months); University of Fukuoka, Japan,
Visiting professor, Fourier Transform spectroscopy of unstable species, (1997 – 2 months);
Université de Paris Sud, Laboratoire d´Infrarouge, Orsay Cédex, Paris,
Visiting professor, Velocity modulation – Fourier Transform spectroscopy of unstable species, (1997 – 1 month);
Okayama university, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, Japan, visiting professor, Interstellar spectroscopy, (2000, 4 months);
Okayama university, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, Japan, visiting professor, Laboratory and interstellar spectroscopy, (2002, 2 months);
Okayama university, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, Japan, VBL researcher, Laboratory and interstellar spectroscopy, (2003, 2 months);
Okayama university, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, Japan, JSPS visiting professor, (2006, 2 months), visiting professor, laser diode spektroskopy of molecular complexes (2009 – 1 month).
His present main fields of research at J. Heyrovský Institute are:
Infrared diode laser and Microwave spectroscopy of molecular ions and short-lived species.
Environmental laser chemistry.
Chemistry and spectroscopy of atmosphere.
Laser research motivated by astrobiology problems.
Fourier transform spectroscopy of transient species.
Atomic spectroscopy. Photochemistry.
Application of spectroscopy in an environmental chemistry (atmospheric and interstellar chemistry).
Grants and projects:
S. Civiš has successfully solved several European, Japanese and 16 domestic grant projects.
Publication activity:
More than 30 invited talks and seminars presented abroad.
More than 170 papers in refereed journals, approx. 1000 x cited by other authors.
Thesis supervison at J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry; Diploma theses – M. Trs, J. Šebera, T. Šedivcová, P. Kubelík, M. Ferus, R. Michalcikova;
Doctoral theses of M. Střižík, D. Babánková, V. Horká, J.Cihelka, P. Kubelík, M. Ferus, P. Jelinek.
Works cited WOS: 160; Sum of the Times Cited: 1348; H index: 22;
http://www.jh-inst.cas.cz/~ftirlab

Professor Čivis is an international scientific authority, he has an international education in different countries of Europe, America and Asia and has done a lot of significant scientific publications. Professor Civis has obtained his Venia Docendi at the Faculty of Natural Sciences, Charles University, Prague and his Venia Legendi at the Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering.

He is accredited as “Distinguished Great Master and Ordinarius University Professor with “Venia legendi” to educate Physicians at levels of Graduation, Master and Doctorate Studies as also very high qualified to be Leader of Research Groups in all Countries affiliated to The World Academy of Medicine.

Professor Čivis is Member of the Senate of the Congregation Faculty of The World Academy of Medicine.