Nuclear chemistry

The Nuclear Chemistry program will be focused on the study of chemical effects initiated by radiation or related to the decay of atomic nuclei. The team will further develop international collaboration with CERN (via the Crystal Clear Collaboration and COST FAST), JINR Dubna and Université Pierre et Marie Curie. The Nuclear Chemistry group participates in cutting edge research within the development of ultrafast detectors, study of the origins of life or the design and synthesis of advanced radiopharmaceuticals. Nuclear Chemistry is studied at FNSPE ( which is the only place in Czech Republic with this specialization.

It consists of three research groups representing three sub-programs:

A) Advanced materials (Jan Bárta)
B) Advanced processes (Martin Ferus)
C) Chemical support for material sciences (Barbora Drtinová)



doc. Ing. Václav Čuba, Ph.D.

news from the program

The largest ICHEP2020 particle physics conference, which took place between July 28 and 6 August 2020, attracted over 3,000 particle physicists. Originally, the organizers expected that about a thousand of them would arrive in Prague, but due to the pandemic, the plans had to change and the conference moved to the online environment. In total, […]
CAAS: an Evening of Celebration on Thursday, October 8, 2020 from 7 p.m. in the Bethlehem Chapel (Betlémské nám. 255/4, Prague 1)
The Rector’s of the Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) Award for outstanding scientific achievement was given to doc. Ing. Libor Šnobl, Ph.D., from the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, CTU in Prague (FNSPE) together with Antonelle Marchesiello, Ph.D., from the Faculty of Information Technology, CTU in Prague (FIT). They collected the award […]
Scientists, top managers, programmers, high-ranking civil servants, but also specialists in hospitals and various other workplaces – those are the jobs of graduates from the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague (FNSPE). The Faculty emphasizes its scientific focus and engages master’s degree students in research, but there […]
At the end of October 2019, Google (through an article in Nature) announced that it had reached the so-called quantum superiority, the moment when a quantum computer works much faster than a supercomputer of classical architecture. Virtually all the media brought the Google success story as well as the reaction of probably the biggest competitor […]