Associate Professor of Chemistry
Nonlinear Chemical Dynamics. Pattern Formation in Reaction-Diffusion Systems. Mathematical Modeling of Complex Chemical Reactions. Deterministic Chaos, Control of Chaos and Communication with Chaos. Modeling and Analysis of Gene Networks. Cell Cycle Dynamics.
Before coming to Brandeis University in 1991 I used to teach undergraduate courses in chemical engineering, chemical calculations, technological projects and chemical engineering laboratory courses in Prague Institute of Chemical Technology, Czech Republic. During my first 10 years at Brandeis I had been primarily involved in research. Since 2002 I have been teaching the general chemistry laboratory course (Chem 18) and since 2003 I am also teaching honors version of the general laboratory course (Chem 19).
Prague Institute of Chemical Technology, Ph.D.
Prague Institute of Chemical Technology, M.S.
|CHEM||18a||General Chemistry Laboratory I|
|CHEM||18b||General Chemistry Laboratory II|
|CHEM||19a||Honors General Chemistry Laboratory I|
|CHEM||19b||Honors General Chemistry Laboratory II|