Awards of the year 2007

Scientist Awards

  • prof. RNDr. Miroslav Engliš, DrSc.
    Mathematical Institute, Silesian University in Opava
    for his internationally recognized contribution to the development of the operator theory, the theory of functions of several complex variables and the theory of quanting
    in non-symmetrical areas and varieties

Junior Scientist Award

  • Mgr. Naděžda Špačková, Ph.D.
    Institute of Biophysics of the ASCR, v. v. i.
    for her study of the structural dynamics of biologically significant molecules of DNA and RNA by means of computational simulations
  • Mgr. Jakub Čížek, Ph.D.
    Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University
    for his work dealing with positron-annihilation spectroscopy and its use in solid state physics and materials science

Grammar School Student Awards

  • Milan Blaha
    The Havlíčkův Brod Grammar School
  • Michal Dudák
    Secondary Technical School of Communication Techniques in Prague 1
  • Lukáš Fuka
    Masaryk Secondary School for Chemistry in Prague 1
  • Tomáš Fuka
    Masaryk Secondary School for Chemistry in Prague 1
  • Šárka Hlaváčková
    Grammar School and the Secondary Economic School in Sedlčany
  • Oldřich Hudeček
    Masaryk Secondary School for Chemistry in Prague 1
  • Denisa Kalužová
    Mendel Grammar School in Opava
  • Kateřina Klánová
    Grammar School in Brno-Řečkovice
  • Jiří Malíček
    Grammar School and the Secondary Economic School in Sedlčany
  • Vladimír Velešík
    Grammar School in Svitavy and the State Language School
    (authorized to administer state language examinations)

Calendar

18.09.2018

Regular session

2nd part: organized by Section No. III: Biology and Medicine Public lecture by Prof. MUDr. Eva Havrdová, CSc. (Neurology Clinic, First Faculty of Medicine at Charles University and the Multiple Sclerosis Centre), “Multiple Sclerosis – Myths and Facts”

09.10.2018

Public lecture

organized by Section No. II: Chemistry

16.10.2018

Regular session

2nd part: No. IV: Social Sciences and Humanities